July 15, 2010      

In 2006, Microsoft founder Bill Gates wrote a feature for Scientific American titled, "A Robot in Every Home." In the same year, Microsoft founded its robotics unit and released the Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio (RDS). Microsoft's entry into the robotics industry was considered a major move from a very major player. But over the past four years, despite active marketing and evangelism from the unit's leaders, RDS has failed to achieve widespread adoption. A new minor release, announced May...

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