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Microsoft has been on a bit of a roll lately with its prediction service at Bing, and now it is taking the bold step of naming the award winners before the ceremony even takes place.
As we head in to 2015, it's time to make another ten predictions for what we might see in mobile tech. Will the market slow down, or will we still see some cool new advancements? Only time will tell.
Bing was pretty good at making predictions in 2014 with Cortana correctly predicting almost all the results of the football World Cup and more. What's in store for 2015? The Bing team explores.
Microsoft's prediction engine took up the challenge of trying to predict the winners of the recent US elections and now that the votes are in, it turns out that Bing was correct 95% of the time.
For those who have not been watching the nightly news, there is a big vote coming up in Scotland where that country could leave the United Kingdom and become an independent country.
After a near-flawless record in predicting winners at the FIFA World Cup this summer, Cortana is now turning her attentions to the NFL, as the new football season gets under way tomorrow.
Cortana, Microsoft's digital assistant powered by Bing on Windows Phone 8.1, ended the World Cup having correctly predicted the winners of 15 out of the final 16 games of the tournament.
High resolution 1080p displays started to rival real paper, quad-core processors dominated, and smartphone cameras packed more megapixels than a professional DSLR. So what will 2014 bring?
We give our predictions for what might be announced this coming week in Los Angeles as part of E3 2012, including if Microsoft and Sony could in fact reveal details of their next consoles.
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