We wanted to lift people up and remind them that ordinary people can make a difference. Our message focuses on the spirit of the holidays, people coming together and celebrating what is good and right with the world—what unites us, instead of what divides us. Learn more at: www.microsoft.com/en-us/empowering/harmony
Only 6.7% of women graduate with STEM degrees. When we encourage girls to pursue STEM, we double our potential for innovation. Change the world, stay in STEM. #MakeWhatsNext Learn more at www.makewhatsnext.com Audio Description Video: youtu.be/1PRTAsnvmoQ
When we encourage girls to pursue STEM, we double our potential for innovation. Today, only 6.7% of women graduate with STEM degrees. Let’s change that. Change the world, stay in STEM. Learn more at www.makewhatsnext.com #MakeWhatsNext
In partnership with local start-ups, Microsoft is providing high speed, affordable Internet over vast distances using TV waves, or “white spaces”. Today, in rural Kenya, entrepreneur Benson Maina uses this technology to operate an Internet café, where people can walk in, study, and grow their businesses. See more stories at microsoft.com/empowering.
The Eagles are the high school football team at the California School for the Deaf. They use Microsoft Surface for their game preparation, developing the playbooks that help them win big. Learn more at: www.microsoft.com/empowering Audio Description Version: youtu.be/1v5kw9OHFkw
Over 60% of infant deaths occur in Sub-Saharan Africa. Accurate fetal heart rate monitoring is hard to come by in this part of the world. Two University students from Uganda are developing WinSenga, a portable, mobile, and affordable fetal heart rate monitor that runs on Microsoft phones. See more stories at microsoft.com/empowering.
A special thanks to the voices of our Microsoft Store employees and a local NYC children’s youth choir. To celebrate the holidays, Microsoft employees, who were selected from across the country, gathered together, meeting each other for the first time, at the new Microsoft 5th Ave Store to spread some holiday wishes. Joined by […]
Frederico Phillips and Maria Takeuchi explore the relationship between dance and technology in an effort to change the experience of art. With the help of Microsoft Kinect, these two artists create a new way to experience dance, and art in general. See more stories at microsoft.com/empowering.
This International Women’s Day, we’re celebrating women inventors, how they’ve changed the world, and are inspiring the next generation. Learn more about them and tell us what you’re going to make www.MakeWhatsNext.com