WARSAW - Are you cheering for team
Jacob or Edward? Malaysia or Malta? Germany or Romania? Whoever your favorite is, this is the place for a full list of finalists and winners.
The announcements of rounds two and three were made Sunday and Monday in the Palace of Culture and garnered deafening cheers. Finalists presented one last time on the Polish National Opera House stage Wednesday and winners were revealed Thursday.
Competitors created software that uses technology to solve the world's biggest problems. With 68 teams competing, this category is a bloodbath. Twelve were chosen as semi-finalists Sunday and the final six were announced Monday.
First Place: Thailand - Skeek
Second Place: Serbia - TFZR
Third Place: New Zealand - OneBeep
Teams used hardware and software to create projects that could literally change the way we live. Starting at 15 teams, 10 semi-finalists were announced Sunday and the final six were revealed Monday.
First Place: Taiwan - SmarterME
Second Place: Russia - MCPU
Third Place: France - GERAS
Game Design Finalists
Using existing Microsoft technology, competitors created 2-D and 3-D games that combine art and science. The final three were announced Monday.
First Place: Philippines - By Implication, Wildfire
Second Place: Belgium - NomNom Productions, Shift
Third Place: France - Green Gears Studio, Island of Nazeth
These categories presented for the judges throughout the week and winners were announced Thursday.
China - WeiQiu Wen
Taiwan - Mirror Vita
Envisioning 2020 Award
Taiwan - Jigga-Dongxi
Jamaica - Xormis
Next Generation Web Award
South Korea - Wanna Be Alice
Touch & Tablet Accessibility Award
United States - Team Note-Taker
Windows Phone 7 Rockstar Award
United States - Beastware
Internet Explorer 8 Award
Poland - Rhea