Microsoft announced that it is slashing $50 off from the price of all Xbox One consoles and bundles for the holidays. The move mirrors the one recently made by Sony for the PlayStation 4 Slim.
Business users will now get to try Microsoft’s Surface Hub for 30 days before making a purchase decision. The company expects that the collaborative solution will appeal to users because it demonstrates the flexibility of the Windows 10 platform scaled to huge screens.
Microsoft expanded its real-time translation tool beyond just Skype-to-Skype calls. Microsoft Translator now works with calls to mobiles and landlines as well, but it’s not for everyone just yet.
Microsoft’s coming ‘Premium Assurance’ for Software Assurance customers for Windows Server and SQL Server will offer 16, instead of 10, years of support.
Microsoft has officially announced the Windows 10 VR minumum system requirements, determined in collaboration with Intel through Project Evo. Good news: you won’t need a super PC to enjoy VR.
Microsoft wants to deliver ‘cellular PCs’ starting next year, bringing Windows 10 on ARM. The Qualcom Snapdragon 835 will be the first processor supported, emulating traditional desktop apps on laptops, tablets and phones.
The Microsoft and LinkedIn deal officially has closed. Now the integration of the two companies products and services begins. Here’s what’s up first.
Microsoft will bring a natively compiled version of Windows 10 to Qualcomm’s ARM processors next year, plus an x86 emulation layer, designed to run on a new class of Windows 10 mobile PCs.
Microsoft is readying its Windows PC and device-maker partners to build new extended reality devices and the PCs to which they’ll be tethered.
Windows 10 Creators Update test build 14986 adds more Cortana voice-control capabilities, as well as support on the back end for a coming Windows 10 differential-update capability.