The recently concluded Microsoft BUILD 2014 (that saw Nokia’s presence there as well) had its fair share of moments when it came to 3D printing capability being paraded. The integration of 3D printing with the Windows Phone platform has not been refined just yet, but this does not mean that Nokia is going to eschew this potential market by fabricating edible technology courtesy of 3D printing tech, of course.
Steve Ballmer, who used to be the CEO of Microsoft and has since retired from the position, should be free from the shackles of the type of smartphones and tablets that he uses, which means he can now cross over to Apple’s pasture if he so desires. Hey, it is a free country, is it not? While he owns around 4% of Microsoft, shouldn’t he continue to stick with what he knows best, and that would include riding with a Windows Phone handset? It does seem that he has picked up an iPhone along the way, at least according to a new Twitter account, @MicrosoftSteve, that has sent out some tweets using the Twitter for iPhone app. In one of those tweets, there was a selfie, with Mr. Ballmer in it, of course.