May 31st 2017
Windows Weekly 520
Digging Up Jason Voorhees
Microsoft at Computex 2017
Mary Jo Foley is back from Japan! Microsoft at Computex 2017: Always Connected PCs, more Windows Mixed Reality headsets, tons of new PCs, but none worth mentioning. What's next for Microsoft in mobile? Brad Sams has heard from multiple sources that Microsoft is considering a Windows Mobile reboot. Microsoft renames Beam to Mixer and adds new features.
- Tip of the week: Xbox Game Pass is not a Netflix for video games. You should still consider it.
- Bonus tip: Learn mobile development with Xamarin University for free in June.
- App pick of the week: Microsoft Planner
- Enterprise pick of the week: SharePoint 2016 Feature Pack 2 and more futures
- Beer pick of the week: Something from Japan – Minoh Ginger Stout
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- First 'Always Connected' Windows 10 on ARM PCs are coming from ASUS, HP, Lenovo
- Microsoft’s “Always Connected PCs” Initiative Brings eSIMs to PCs
- Intel Announces Core X-Series, “Coffee Lake,” Compute Cards, More
- Intel to Integrate Thunderbolt 3 into Future CPUs
- Windows 10 Creators Update is Now Available on Surface Hub
- Microsoft’s Looking to Reboot Mobile with New Software and Hardware
- Thinking About Microsoft’s Mobile Fantasy (Premium)
- Andromeda : l’incroyable projet de Microsoft pour révolutionner le smartphone
- What's happening with MS and mobile is likely connected to work on CShell (Composable Shell), as Neowin chimed in
- Microsoft's new plan for mobile relevance: Use Windows to make other devices better
- Microsoft Renames Beam to Mixer, Adds New Features
- A Netflix for Video Games? Not Quite
- Xamarin University to Offer Free Mobile Development Series in June
- Microsoft Planner is Now Available on Android and iOS
- SoundCloud Comes to Xbox One, Windows 10
- Microsoft to update SharePoint with deeper personalized search support
- Microsoft Research Blog
- Minoh Ginger Stout
- Microsoft Inspire
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