The winning student teams have been named for the 2013 Imagine Cup worldwide finals in St. Petersburg, Russia and Microsoft announced the 2014 edition will be held in Redmond, Washington.
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Doctor Who actor Matt Smith, who will host the finals of Microsoft's Imagine Cup 2013 Thursday, said in an interview he uses a Nokia Lumia 920 and a Surface RT, although he also uses Apple products.
Microsoft's premier student competition, Imagine Cup, has kicked-off today in St. Petersburg, Russia and with more than 300 students competing, this will be on for the record books.
Microsoft has revealed the 86 student teams from 69 countries that have been selected to compete in the 2013 Imagine Cup Worldwide Finals in St. Petersburg, Russia in mid-July.
Microsoft has announced the 10 student teams that will compete in the U.S. finals for the company's 2013 Imagine Cup competition, which will be held on May 13th in Silicon Valley.
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Microsoft has announced that it has added the new Kodu Challenge to the Imagine Cup competition, allowing kids ages 9 to 18 to make games using Microsoft's Kodu tools.
Students that are interested in entering the 2013 edition of Microsoft's Imagine Cup 2013 competition have until this Friday to complete the required challenge quizzes.
Microsoft is extending the deadline for the challenge quiz requirement of its Imagine Cup competition a month to give student teams from across the globe time to celebrate holidays.
Microsoft has awarded student developers from this years Imagine Cup competition a total of $325,000 was handed out to teams to help them take their projects to the next level.