Author Archives: Ashish

Microsoft confirms PWA for Microsoft Store to fill the App Gap

PWA or Progressive Web Apps is the next big thing Microsoft is rolling out for Windows 10. The plan is confirmed, and the release is set for Windows 10 Redstone 4 which will come in March / April of this year. Those who aren’t aware, PWA can be simply understood as web wrapper, but this term doesn’t justify it as ...

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Office 365 Desktop Apps can now be Downloaded directly from the Store

Office 365 is one of the core products of Microsoft, and now its available to be downloaded directly from the Microsoft / Windows Store. While this may sound like Microsoft wanted to make sure that Windows 10 S users didn’t get left out, as it only supports apps from the Store, it only makes sense for it is in the store ...

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Xbox One X India Launch, Plans & Strategy for India, and things to come

Yesterday, Microsoft launched Xbox One X in India at a brilliant price of Rs 49,990, a lot lower than expected pricing keeping in mind that their pricing strategy had always gone wrong when it comes to India. But then, it wasn’t the pricing that impressed us, but getting the console on time to India was just right. Xbox One and ...

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Microsoft Research builds a Drawing Bot which brings your Description to Life

First, it’s not a final product, but a result some interesting engineering from Microsoft Research Team. They had been working on a new AI system which can draw using a technology named as Generative Adversarial Network (GAN). In simple English means a network of bots which decide among themselves to generate the right character based on the description. So as expected, this ...

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Fitbit Ionic launched in India at Rs 22,990 along with Flyer, and Aria 2

Finally, after a long wait, Fitbit has launched its new products including the Fitbit Ionic in India. Fitbit launched Ionic in October along with Fitbit Coach in October last year and competes with Apple Watch when it comes to features, especially now that it comes with its own Store, and Supports payment. Along with Fitbit Ionic, Flyer, and Aria 2 has ...

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