Steve Ballmer runs out of time at Microsoft
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Using 3D modeling technology the US National Park Service is working on the first comprehensive survey of the USS Arizona memorial in 30 years. Follow reporter Nick Barber on Twitter @nickjb
This week we go hands on with Microsoft's new Surface Pro 3 and visit a start up that makes industrial robots that work alongside humans. Also, Fujitsu is putting its clean rooms to an interesting use.
If it takes you one or two button presses on three separate remotes just to watch a movie, Blumoo is for you.
Microsoft's new tablet has a remarkably crisp screen, and its robust processor options make it good for creating content, but Nick Barber of IDG News Service thinks its limiting ecosystem hurts its general usefulness.
In Episode 2 of WRoW, Jon Phillips digs into LG's new heart-rate monitor, Google's new Glass chief, and Epson's second-gen smartglasses.
Discrete graphics? Check. Accurate color? Check. 4K content? Someday.
For the first time in the Windows 8 era, all the pieces are finally in place to build a Surface tablet to match Microsoft's overarching vision.
Customer names, addresses, phone numbers, and birth dates were swiped from eBay in a cyberattack, but financial information is reportedly safe.
The Silicon Valley startup Unbounded Robotics wants to make its $50,000 robot a platform to develop the industrial worker of the future
The 12-inch Surface Pro 3 embraces the Surface line's Ultrabook-esque roots more than ever before.