Microsoft's Imagine Cup finals are being held this month and as the teams prepare to head to Seattle to cap off a year long competition, we are taking a closer look at some of the teams involved.
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Imagine cup 2014
Microsoft's 2014 Imagine Cup competition is coming to a close and there are now just 35 teams left competing for the top prize of $50,000, with the finals taking place from July 29th to August 2nd.
Microsoft has announced that its CEO Satya Nadella will be one of the three main judges for the student projects that make it to the 2014 Imagine Cup World Finals.
Microsoft has announced some new prizes that will be awarded to some of the winners in their 2014 Imagine Cup student competition, including boot camps for teams in three categories.
Microsoft has announced that the company's co-founder Bill Gates will meet personally with one of the teams chosen as a finalist for the 2014 Imagine Cup competition.
Imagine Cup 2014 is in full swing and Microsoft has announced the winner of the Blueprint challenges and handed out $9000 in total to the three winning teams.
Microsoft's 2014 Imagine Cup competition is in full swing and the company has announced the first round of grant winners with one team taking home $100,000 to help continue building out their app.
Microsoft has officially kicked off Imagine Cup 2014 and if you are interested in participating, make the jump to learn more about see what's changed from previous competitions.
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.