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NASA, Microsoft Bring Mars to Life in a Virtual Experience

NASA and Microsoft Research are bringing Mars to life with new features in the WorldWide Telescope software that gives viewers a high-resolution 3-D map of the Red Planet. Microsoft’s online virtual telescope explores the universe using images NASA spacecraft return from other worlds. Teams at NASA’s Ames Research Center in …

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Government, Big Corps Team Up to Squash Cyber Crime

In an effort to better fight online fraud, the private sector and the government have released a new online-fraud alert service designed to facilitate information sharing concerning compromised accounts. Microsoft, eBay and PayPal have teamed up with the National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance to launch a program that will help …

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Congresswoman Donna Edwards Speaks at DigiGirlz Day

This morning at the Microsoft Office in Chevy Chase, Congresswoman Donna Edwards addressed local high school students at this year’s DigiGirlz Day. This event was created by Microsoft for 8th – 12th grade girls in the Maryland, D.C., Virginia area to dispel gender stereotypes of careers in the technology industry. …

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Microsoft Promotes Gov 2.0 through Cloud, Collaboration

Open government has become the buzz phrase in the Obama administration. When OMB Director Peter Orszag in December last year released the Open Government Directive to federal department and agency executives to expand upon President Barack Obama’s January memorandum on transparency and open government, he noted how transparency, participation and …

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Microsoft E-health Research Taps Xbox, Cell Phones

Microsoft is researching how gadgets like the company’s Xbox device, surface computers and accelerometers in cell phones could be used to improve health care, according to IDG News Service. Some of the applications from Microsoft Research plug into existing Microsoft products like HealthVault, an online service for patients to track …

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