The hottest stories on Microsoft campus this week include:The iPad is hereWindows on Big Bang TheoryBallmer signs a MacGates Dances...SunDances...4 years in MS PaintOlympics & Office
Full Multi-Point Mouse demo
Laura and Paul bring you all the top stories- but it's YOU we want to hear from! Check out the latest episode and then jump in on the conversation...don't be shy, we like you, promise. Here are some convo kick starters: Scroogled! [05:22] Xbox blowing away the competition [10:13] Windows Store has…
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Welcome back to Ping! We talk about the return of robot combat return to television, we chat about a one-way ticket to Mars on the space desk, and more stories that 'softies are pinging each other about... [00:51] Ping 200 [01:06] Responding to last week's Question [04:36] Microsoft announces the…
Paul and Laura spent their entire week finding all these hot stories for this episode of Ping!We LOVE open sourceYahoo!—powered by Bing!Miss SilverlightExchange ActiveSync on HotmailFree software for students!
The Channel 9 studio is under going some badass renovations, sp Ping had a bit of a different look this week. Enjoy the new style and enjoy these stories: This is what people learn on Bing Will Kinect put an end to gym memberships? The future of touchscreen Photosynth & Photoshop!
Sit back, relax, and enjoy the arguments as Laura & Paul bring you the hottest stories from Microsoft on this episode of Ping! Check out the Phones! Socializing Bing New Windows Phone 7 ads- yay or nay? Geek 2 Chic! Boat for Kinect???
It was wild times at Camp Ping this week and that is quite apparent, as you'll see, once you get into this episode. In the aftermath of MIX these are some of the diverse topics Microsofties were gabbing about.
Head Honcho Tweeters
Bill Clinton and MS love Polar Bears
It was another busy week here at Microsoft so Laura & Paul got right to the meat of it and delivered these stories: VOTE FOR THE NINEYS! Microsoft Flashes! Free swag for Jailbreakers! Bing loves football (and ESPN) Microsoft uses Karoake on China's Bing Dictionary