Windows 10 apps coming to Xbox One in Summer, broken promises to Windows Phone users, HoloLens in the Seattle area, Tay.ai aimed at young adults, SandDance, and more.
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- Windows 10 Apps and Store Coming to Xbox One “This Summer”
- Microsoft's new rallying cry: Cloud first, Windows second?
- Microsoft's multipronged strategy for bringing speech to IoT devices
- Microsoft releases first Edge extensions preview in newest Windows 10 test build
- First Look: Extensions and Pinned Tabs for Edge
- Microsoft Ships Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14291 for PC and Mobile
- Windows Maps Gets a Big Update on Windows 10 for PC and Mobile
- Windows 10 Redstone To Feature Improved Backup To OneDrive
- Microsoft pushes back Windows 7 and 8 on Skylake support cut-off date from 2017 to 2018
- Intel Says “Tick-Tock” Processor Development is Over
- Microsoft starts rolling out Windows 10 to Windows Phone 8.1 users
- Broken Promises: Microsoft Splinters Windows Phone Community
- Lowes Will Put HoloLens in Hands of Consumers for the First Time
- Microsoft launches AI chat bot, Tay.ai
- Google is Retiring the Chrome App Launcher on Windows
- Audible Introduces Clips Feature
- Microsoft's Xbox Spring Sale has some great deals
- Windows Store Spring Sale
- Gears of War: Ultimate Edition Standard Version - Xbox One [Digital Code]
- VISUALLY EXPLORE, UNDERSTAND, AND PRESENT DATA
- The Travelers: A Novel