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A prototype watch raises hope for people living with Parkinson’s disease

Microsoft at Home - Mon, 2017-05-15 00:00
Graphic designer Emma Lawton, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2013, can now draw curves and straight lines and write her name again, thanks to an invention by Microsoft researcher Haiyan Zhang. The invention is a kind of vibrating wristwatch, controlled by a Windows 10 tablet, that temporarily short-circuits Lawton's hand tremors. Now the technology is being developed to help others, too. Learn more.
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A prototype watch raises hope for people living with Parkinson’s disease

Microsoft at Work - Mon, 2017-05-15 00:00
Graphic designer Emma Lawton, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2013, can now draw curves and straight lines and write her name again, thanks to an invention by Microsoft researcher Haiyan Zhang. The invention is a kind of vibrating wristwatch, controlled by a Windows 10 tablet, that temporarily short-circuits Lawton's hand tremors. Now the technology is being developed to help others, too. Learn more.
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A prototype watch raises hope for people living with Parkinson’s disease

Microsoft at Home - Mon, 2017-05-15 00:00
Graphic designer Emma Lawton, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2013, can now draw curves and straight lines and write her name again, thanks to an invention by Microsoft researcher Haiyan Zhang. The invention is a kind of vibrating wristwatch, controlled by a Windows 10 tablet, that temporarily short-circuits Lawton's hand tremors. Now the technology is being developed to help others, too. Learn more.
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A prototype watch raises hope for people living with Parkinson’s disease

Microsoft at Work - Mon, 2017-05-15 00:00
Graphic designer Emma Lawton, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2013, can now draw curves and straight lines and write her name again, thanks to an invention by Microsoft researcher Haiyan Zhang. The invention is a kind of vibrating wristwatch, controlled by a Windows 10 tablet, that temporarily short-circuits Lawton's hand tremors. Now the technology is being developed to help others, too. Learn more.
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A prototype watch raises hope for people living with Parkinson’s disease

Microsoft at Home - Mon, 2017-05-15 00:00
Graphic designer Emma Lawton, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2013, can now draw curves and straight lines and write her name again, thanks to an invention by Microsoft researcher Haiyan Zhang. The invention is a kind of vibrating wristwatch, controlled by a Windows 10 tablet, that temporarily short-circuits Lawton's hand tremors. Now the technology is being developed to help others, too. Learn more.
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A prototype watch raises hope for people living with Parkinson’s disease

Microsoft at Work - Mon, 2017-05-15 00:00
Graphic designer Emma Lawton, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2013, can now draw curves and straight lines and write her name again, thanks to an invention by Microsoft researcher Haiyan Zhang. The invention is a kind of vibrating wristwatch, controlled by a Windows 10 tablet, that temporarily short-circuits Lawton's hand tremors. Now the technology is being developed to help others, too. Learn more.
Categories: Media

A prototype watch raises hope for people living with Parkinson’s disease

Microsoft at Home - Mon, 2017-05-15 00:00
Graphic designer Emma Lawton, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2013, can now draw curves and straight lines and write her name again, thanks to an invention by Microsoft researcher Haiyan Zhang. The invention is a kind of vibrating wristwatch, controlled by a Windows 10 tablet, that temporarily short-circuits Lawton's hand tremors. Now the technology is being developed to help others, too. Learn more.
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A prototype watch raises hope for people living with Parkinson’s disease

Microsoft at Work - Mon, 2017-05-15 00:00
Graphic designer Emma Lawton, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2013, can now draw curves and straight lines and write her name again, thanks to an invention by Microsoft researcher Haiyan Zhang. The invention is a kind of vibrating wristwatch, controlled by a Windows 10 tablet, that temporarily short-circuits Lawton's hand tremors. Now the technology is being developed to help others, too. Learn more.
Categories: Media

A prototype watch raises hope for people living with Parkinson’s disease

Microsoft at Home - Mon, 2017-05-15 00:00
Graphic designer Emma Lawton, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2013, can now draw curves and straight lines and write her name again, thanks to an invention by Microsoft researcher Haiyan Zhang. The invention is a kind of vibrating wristwatch, controlled by a Windows 10 tablet, that temporarily short-circuits Lawton's hand tremors. Now the technology is being developed to help others, too. Learn more.
Categories: Media

A prototype watch raises hope for people living with Parkinson’s disease

Microsoft at Work - Mon, 2017-05-15 00:00
Graphic designer Emma Lawton, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2013, can now draw curves and straight lines and write her name again, thanks to an invention by Microsoft researcher Haiyan Zhang. The invention is a kind of vibrating wristwatch, controlled by a Windows 10 tablet, that temporarily short-circuits Lawton's hand tremors. Now the technology is being developed to help others, too. Learn more.
Categories: Media

A prototype watch raises hope for people living with Parkinson’s disease

Microsoft at Work - Mon, 2017-05-15 00:00
Graphic designer Emma Lawton, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2013, can now draw curves and straight lines and write her name again, thanks to an invention by Microsoft researcher Haiyan Zhang. The invention is a kind of vibrating wristwatch, controlled by a Windows 10 tablet, that temporarily short-circuits Lawton's hand tremors. Now the technology is being developed to help others, too. Learn more.
Categories: Media

A prototype watch raises hope for people living with Parkinson’s disease

Microsoft at Home - Mon, 2017-05-15 00:00
Graphic designer Emma Lawton, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2013, can now draw curves and straight lines and write her name again, thanks to an invention by Microsoft researcher Haiyan Zhang. The invention is a kind of vibrating wristwatch, controlled by a Windows 10 tablet, that temporarily short-circuits Lawton's hand tremors. Now the technology is being developed to help others, too. Learn more.
Categories: Media

A prototype watch raises hope for people living with Parkinson’s disease

Microsoft at Work - Mon, 2017-05-15 00:00
Graphic designer Emma Lawton, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2013, can now draw curves and straight lines and write her name again, thanks to an invention by Microsoft researcher Haiyan Zhang. The invention is a kind of vibrating wristwatch, controlled by a Windows 10 tablet, that temporarily short-circuits Lawton's hand tremors. Now the technology is being developed to help others, too. Learn more.
Categories: Media

A prototype watch raises hope for people living with Parkinson’s disease

Microsoft at Home - Mon, 2017-05-15 00:00
Graphic designer Emma Lawton, who was diagnosed with Parkinson's in 2013, can now draw curves and straight lines and write her name again, thanks to an invention by Microsoft researcher Haiyan Zhang. The invention is a kind of vibrating wristwatch, controlled by a Windows 10 tablet, that temporarily short-circuits Lawton's hand tremors. Now the technology is being developed to help others, too. Learn more.
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Introducing Surface Laptop

Microsoft at Work - Thu, 2017-05-11 00:00
Go beyond the traditional laptop. Backed by the best of Microsoft, including Windows and Office, Surface Laptop complements your style with rich colors and a natural typing experience enhanced by our Signature Alcantara® material-covered Type Cover. Thin, light, and powerful, it fits easily in your bag. Learn more about Surface Laptop.
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Start a free 30-day Azure account and get the cloud on your terms

Microsoft at Work - Thu, 2017-05-11 00:00
Receive $200 in free credit to spend how you want and explore tons of free services, too. Create virtual networks, build real-time IoT apps, harness machine learning and Hadoop, and more. Get the cloud on your terms. Start using Azure Cloud Services for free today.
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Introducing Surface Laptop

Microsoft at Home - Thu, 2017-05-11 00:00
Go beyond the traditional laptop. Backed by the best of Microsoft, including Windows and Office, Surface Laptop complements your style with rich colors and a natural typing experience enhanced by our Signature Alcantara® material-covered Type Cover. Thin, light, and powerful, it fits easily in your bag. Learn more about Surface Laptop.
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Microsoft Learning Tools: Education and Technology

Microsoft at Work - Tue, 2017-05-02 00:00
One in five students struggle with dyslexia, which can affect their ability to read, write, and participate in class. Microsoft Learning Tools is software that helps improve reading skills by reducing visual crowding, highlighting words, and reading text aloud, so students can engage with words in a whole new way. See how technology and education come together to empower young minds to do more.
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Microsoft Learning Tools: Education and Technology

Microsoft at Home - Tue, 2017-05-02 00:00
One in five students struggle with dyslexia, which can affect their ability to read, write, and participate in class. Microsoft Learning Tools is software that helps improve reading skills by reducing visual crowding, highlighting words, and reading text aloud, so students can engage with words in a whole new way. See how technology and education come together to empower young minds to do more.
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