Microsoft is planning to turn Windows 10 PCs into smart home hubs in next major update, scheduled for September. According to internal documents seen by The Verge, HomeHub will support devices from Philips Hue, Nest, SmartThings, Insteon, and Wink. The update is aimed primarily at ‘kitchen-PCs’ that are used by all the family, and Microsoft […]
ThyssenKrupp recently launched its use of Microsoft HoloLens technology in its elevator service operations worldwide. Currently, the global elevator service industry is valued at over $44 billion per year and more than 12 million elevators transport over 1 billion people each day. The special mixed reality device is set to empower more than 24,000 of […]
A port in a storm?
The augmented reality face gear lands in 2016 and costs $3,000.
Windows Bridge for iOS lets you repurpose iPhone apps as Windows apps.
Trampled in the Windows 10 stampede.
More frustration on an already confusing feature.
It’s all about the software from now on.
A few things single-paw users and voice fans can look forward to.
Could this mean we’ll see VR games for the Xbox One?
It’s out on July 29, and users are already getting upgrade notifications.
A sighting of the first Windows 10 Mobile superphone.
But you’ll have to wait for Windows 10.
Rumor has it we’ll see it in May.
The Internet Explorer replacement can’t get here fast enough.
The company says “reusing” code will make it easy to port existing apps to Windows.
It does Windows and stacks up nicely against the iPad Air 2, though it’s still just a tablet.
Think voice, gestures and holograms everywhere via Windows 10.
Your cheat sheet to a fairly long presentation.
It’s a giant play for developers.