Microsoft’s rapid release strategy seems to be impacting the Xbox development lifecycle at a far faster rate than the desktop version of Windows 10. That means that despite the Creators Update only being available for a couple weeks we’ve already got new Xbox features to discuss and use. Self-service refunds are coming to the Windows Store. There’s also a wealth of small but impactful features coming to the Xbox and the Windows 10 Xbox app to improve the gaming experience across both platforms.
Details about Microsoft’s plan for a Cortana-powered Amazon Echo competitor have emerged from a Redstone 3 Insider build of Windows 10. The company is also planning a big event in May, but it doesn’t sound like the big hardware showcase that many had expected. Lenovo is also planning to release a Windows Holographic headset this summer, and it sounds pretty spectacular.
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- Microsoft’s Cortana Speaker Plans Come in to the Light
- Microsoft confirms Spring launch is on for May 2 in New York City
- Lenovo Confirms Late Summer Release of Windows Holographic Headset
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