Microsoft’s new flagship store in London has opened its doors to the public for the first time, with people waiting hours to be among the first to set foot inside. The first physical retail store for Microsoft in the UK, which is located on Oxford Circus and covers 22,000 square feet over three floors, was […ellipsis]
Microsoft’s Flagship Store in London opens today, with crowds expected to flock to Oxford Circus to get their hands on the company’s latest technology and experiences. Covering 22,000 square feet over three floors, the store has a modern feel, with lots of space and wood and glass surfaces. Visitors will be greeted on the ground […ellipsis]
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We’re opening a flagship store in the UK because London is hard to beat, says top Microsoft executive Chris Capossela
Microsoft chose to open its first European flagship store in London because the city is “hard to beat,” one of the company’s top executives has revealed. Chris Capossela, Chief Marketing Officer, visited the store with UK CEO Cindy Rose ahead of its launch on July 11, and he said there were “very few locations in […ellipsis]
More than 100 Microsoft staff took part in this year’s Pride parade in London on Saturday. The LGBTQ+ event attracted hundreds of thousands of visitors to the capital, who lined the route from Portland Place, down Oxford Circus, along Regent Street to Piccadilly Circus, Lower Regent Street, Pall Mall and then passing Trafalgar Square to Whitehall. […ellipsis]
SwiftKey users can now appear as cute, animated animals when they message their friends, in a new beta feature announced today. People can record themselves as a 3D panda, cat, dog, owl or dinosaur, and the popular app will use Microsoft’s artificial intelligence technology to mirror their head movements and facial expressions in real-time. “We […ellipsis]