Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, in the spirit of his EMP (Experience Music Project) museum, has opened a new Living Computer Museum – with old time working computers! Come see and play on a TRS-80 or Commodore 64!
Ever thought about trying a trapeze? It’s not only challenging and fun, but a great core workout! Here are some Puget Sound locations where you can gain skills in trapeze and aerial arts!
With the launch of Windows 8 from Redmond based Microsoft, people are about to discover a computing experience unlike anything they’ve seen before. Here’s a guide to getting past some of the hurdles.
Redmond based Microsoft Corp. is releasing a new version of its Windows operating system, one designed to make desktop and laptop computers work more like tablets. There will be several ways to get it — or avoid it.
It’s high season for consumer electronics. Manufacturers of various gadgets are unveiling their holiday lineups. Seattle-based Amazon and Redmond-based Microsoft and Nintendo are all coming out with new and improved products just before the holidays. There’s probably something high tech on your wish list!
Trying to eat healthy? If you are looking for a vegan or vegetarian lunch spot, we have many in Seattle. With our area’s access to great fruits and vegetables, there’s no reason not to enjoy a meatless, satisfying lunch at one of these locations.
The Twilight Saga Marathon is headed to a movie theater near you! As Twilight fans await the last film in the series, Breaking Dawn Part 2, theaters are planning day-long marathons, playing all the movies, culminating with the newest one on Thursday, November 15.
Police evacuated a building on the Microsoft campus in Redmond on Friday when a clear liquid was found leaking from a package in the mail.
The release of Redmond-based Microsoft’s Windows 8 operating system is a week away, and consumers are in for a shock. Windows, used in one form or another for a generation, is getting a completely different look that will force users to learn new ways to get things done.
The Redmond-based software company said Thursday that net income was $4.47 billion, or 53 cents per share, in the fiscal first quarter, which ended Sept. 30. That was down from $5.7 billion, or 68 cents per share, a year ago.