Gordon Bell is one of the industry's top leaders and one of his most remarkable achievements, in our opinion, is the
Comuter History Museum that's in Silicon Valley (it's about a block away from Microsoft's Silicon Valley campus in Mountain View, CA). If you visit Silicon Valley, it's highly…
Charles Torre and Robert Scoble recently visited Microsoft's Research Center in San Francisco, CA (They call it the
Bay Area Research Center) where Gordon Bell and Jim Gemmell work.
Don't know who Gordon Bell is? He's one of the most respected technologists in the world and is the founder of the…
The tour of Microsoft Research continues...this is the final of three parts.
Here we meet Raman Sarin, who was part of the team that did a cool little Seattle-area traffic reporting and prediction application (we're dogfooding it here at Channel 9 and it saves us hours every month!). The other…
In this segment you meet Eric Horvitz. Who is he? Microsoft's top inventor (he is responsible for more patents at Microsoft than any other person).
Getting a glimpse into Eric's office is like getting a glimpse into the future.
Some of the things he's passionate about is information overload.…
Last year, you might remember,
Kevin Schofield gave us a tour of Microsoft Research that was one of our most popular video series.
So, recently he asked us back over for another tour. How could we turn him down?
This one will be three parts, here's the first.
Here you'll meet…
Andrew Herbert, managing director at
Microsoft Research in Cambridge, UK, discusses the kinds of work that they are doing.
Thanks to our guest video guy, Mike Hall, for getting lots of interesting videos at Microsoft Research over the past couple of weeks.
Mike Hall took his video camera over to Microsoft Research's faculty summit recently and met up with Stewart Tansley.
Stewart gets us a demo of a new "touchlight" prototype. It's a new kind of touch screen and could lead to new kinds of user interaction experiences.
Digital photography. It's one of the hottest product categories. It seems like everyone's getting a digital camera lately, but managing those photos is really hard.
Some of us on the Channel 9 team, for instance, have more than 8,000 digital photos, already (and we know some guys who already have…