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At their Professional Developers Conference next week, Microsoft will be making special developer versions of the Surface available for sale at $13,500 each, which includes 5 SDK licenses.
Engadget and a group of kids were able to put their hands on a SMART table, and put up a bunch of cool videos!. The Haines Elementary School in Chicago had one in their classroom this morning and the video was rolling to show off some of the multitouch capabiliti...
This, like so much we're seeing interesting from Microsoft of late, is still a research project for Microsoft Surface, but it looks like it has the potential to increase tips for that waitress or waiter in your local pub.
I guess it is just a multi-touch morning here at GBM. A company called Stantum's product is called "True Multi-Touch" and it allows all you to work with all 10 fingers on the screen.
When we first started seeing inklings of Microsoft's Surface and other mutli-touch interfaces I thought that one space we'd see this take off eventually would be in primary education.
Microsoft's Surface team just posted a video demoing a new multi-touch app from Vectorform that allows you to virtually carve a pumpkin.
From a technology persepctive, this election might be known as the birth of multi-touch. CNN has been using a multi-touch wall, while MSNBC.com has utilized a multi-touch Microsoft Surface table with an overhead to display what is being moved around.
I've been following everything Microsoft Surface since its' grand unveiling. There is so much potential for the technology that reaches beyond the current "big table" approach.
Long Zheng uncovered a Microsoft survey asking for input into a consumer-based Surface type of computer called "“OahuÃ¢â‚¬Â that sits on a table-top, is embedded into furniture, even in a counter top. Here is some intro text on Oahu, but head over and che...
Oh, my how time flies. Lora Heiny is reminding us that it isn't too late to be thinking about the 2009 CES Tablet PC Meetup. Each of the last several years we've seen new interest in each new wave of mobile devices including UMPCs and MIDs.
It looks like Microsoft Surface is going to be joining the campaign trail this fall. MSNBC is showing off a customized Surface Table running software from Vectorform.
Microsoft's Sphere project has been shown on video before. This new video posted on Ars Technica demonstrating the Sphere shows a more detailed look at the software with a brief description about how the software is integrated into the Sphere.
Microsoft Surface is continuing to make headway into the commercial retail experience, this time checking in at Sheraton Hotels and Resorts in Boston, Chicago, New York, San Francisco, and Seattle.
SeattlePI's Todd Bishop has some awesome video footage of Microsoft's Sphere being demoed at the Microsoft Faculty Summit. From SeattlePI's story to appear on Tuesday: After months of rumors, Microsoft researchers are taking the wraps off a prototype that u...
With news that Microsoft is trying prove that the world is indeed round, it shouldn't come as a surprise that they are trying to up the ante in their argument by showcasing the Spherical Surface during Microsoft's Research Faculty Summit. I'm very interested to learn...
Microsoft and Disney have partnered together to bring a new attraction to Disney-goers: The Innoventions Dream Home. Checkout this video which shows the home in action, including four Surface computers acting as an interactive dining room table.
A comment came into us on one of Rob's Surface video posts that contained a link to another company, Foresee. They are doing some work similar to the Microsoft Surface Team.
I've made several trips to Microsoft in the past years, but I think this most recent one to visit with the Surface team ranks up there as one of the best.
Pete Thompson, Microsoft Surface Computing's General Manager, talks about form factors for Surface, touch wall, and about why this new surface space is a whole different paradigm in computing. .
I'm in Redmond for some meetings with Microsoft's Surface team, and we had an informal meet and greet last night. During that time, we got to get our hands on the Surface and see some pretty cool stuff, one item in particular had not previously been seen outside the Sur...
Well, we've known all along that Microsoft Surface was headed for casinos as that was one of the early rollout targets. Looks like it has hit the strip, or at least a little off the strip.
We got to see some of this in Redmond earlier this year, and now Robert Scoble has some video of some of the Surface technology being explained by Andy Wilson.
Given that there are very few AT&T Stores (only 5) equipped with the Microsoft Surface table after yesterday's launch, this video should give you a little virtual look at what you could do if there was one in your local AT&T store. > Tags: Micr...