This week Microsoft held their biggest development event of the year, Build 2017. At the show they discussed their plans for the future of Windows, and what that meant in a world where their mobile operating system has all but died. Microsoft also provided more details about their plans for mixed reality devices. They announced a cool video editing app, and also showed the first Cortana-powered speaker.
The Xbox One got a surprise update this week. Phantom Dust also got a surprise release with an unbeatable price, and this week’s game sale includes over 200 backward compatible games.
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- Microsoft’s new plan for mobile relevance: Use Windows to make other devices better
- Microsoft’s first VR development kits are available for preorder, will ship this summer
- These are Microsoft’s new VR motion controllers
- Microsoft’s Story Remix app is Windows Movie Maker on steroids
- Harman Kardon Invoke featuring Cortana: Captivating sound meets personal digital assistant
- iTunes coming to Windows Store
- Arena On Xbox Live Launches For Killer Instinct
- This Week’s Deals With Gold And Spotlight Sale + Xbox One Backward Compatibility Super Sale
- Phantom Dust Available Today for Free
- Games with Gold
- Windows 10 as a home hub rumored again
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