At FUSE Labs we always have several projects in various stages. We're always looking to learn more about how users interact and how social networking can solve real-world problems.
Share your photos, not your phone with Xim. Swipe, pan, and zoom through photos with friends or on the big screen.
Create, collect, and share stuff you love. Now with personal collections, directed (“private”) posts, and a quick post creator.
Journeys & Notes
A delightfully curious social app for the space between an origin and a destination.
Weekly cartoons for NYC neighborhoods generated using city complaint data to drive hyperlocal engagement.
Kodu lets kids create games on the PC and XBOX via a simple visual programming language.
From time to time a project either migrates to a product team, spins off into something else, or we have learned all we can from the project. Here is a list of some of the projects we have built in the past along with where the project evolved
Explore Montage, a flexible web-based service.
Interactive gadgets that visualize Twitter data in real-time.
Project Emporia uses machine learning to personalize news.
Your entire social world in one page - find what's new, search, see your friends' trending topics.
CompanyCrowd collects stories, media and content to create a living newspaper about the companies that are most important to you.
Create meaningful community stories, collaboratively.
Find out what your neighborhood community is up to, right now.
Discover, create, and share Microsoft Office documents with your Facebook friends.
Bing Twitter Maps
Find out what topics are hottest on Twitter.
Keeping up with real-time information that is coming in from millions of users of Twitter is a tough task. Bing Twitter search makes it easier.