Microsoft has been showing off the latest developments in its new version of the classic RPG Dungeons and Dragons for its touch-screen Surface PC.
The internet is awash with yet further rumour and speculation that Microsoft is preparing a smartphone (codenamed 'Project Pink') and a Tablet PC to go up against the Apple iPhone and the (rumoured) Apple 'iTablet' in 2010.
Some confusion this week over a number of reports that Microsoft is readying a touchscreen 'Surface 2' PC, with Microsoft reps quick to publish a denial that such a machine is being developed.
The SMART Table, a multitouch coffee table device designed for educational use, is now available to buy for UK and US schools.
Showcasing new and emerging technologies that create connected and differentiated experiences for consumers throughout the retail environment, Microsoft today announced its new Retail Experience Centre, which serves as a centre of innovation for how Microsoft and the retail industry can address rising consumer expectations and competitive pressures during today's challenging economic conditions.
BMW has unveiled more details on its new Product Navigator, based on Microsoft's Surface PC technology.
Microsoft’s much-touted touchscreen Surface PC has gone all 3D and spherical, with a new video from Microsoft’s research labs in Redmond showing off an impressive new prototype of the Microsoft Sphere.
So the Microsoft Surface team has teamed up with Harrah's (some Las Vegas gambling den) and together they have come up with the ultimate in chichi nightclub accessorising: a shiny computerized table that allows you to dream up (and instantly order) crazy brain-melting cocktails and - added bonus - to flirt anonymously with some bird that takes your fancy across the room.