Xbox Team is working on a new Xbox ‘Career’ System

Microsoft is working on a “Carrer System” for Xbox One which will bring more rewards for gamers who spend the majority of their time in a single game. I have played Gears of War 4 most of the time, since the launch,  and this is something which can be useful for me. This feature was teased by Xbox platform chief Mike ...

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Microsoft “Promises” to bring Cortana to more devices in 2018

CES 2018 is going big when it comes to AI and voice-based interactive devices. Amazon and Google have already taken over the show, with their artificial assistant now announced on various devices including Car, Speakers, Display enabled devices, and so on. This made everybody question on what is Microsoft doing with Cortana. The only announcement we have seen till now ...

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Lenovo annoaunces its First Windows10 ARM Powered Notebook — Miix 630

Microsoft announced Windows 10 on ARM last year, almost a month ago, and Lenovo has jumped the gun with its first ARM-powered device–Miix 630– a 2-in-1 tablet. While the device doesn’t seem to be stunning outside, the inside looks good. You get an Octacore Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor,  Adreno 540 GPU, 4GB / 6GB RAM, 64GB to 256 GB SSD.  Lenovo ...

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Garmin intrduces Alexa Powered Dash Cam — “Speak Plus”

Amazon doesn’t seem to stop surprising on what it’s doing with Alexa. Today it revealed about its availability of Mobility Key for anything which is connected, and then it’s going to come on PC, and now its partnership with Garmin has given birth to “Speak Plus”. It’s Alexa for your Car, in a way. At CES 2018, Garmin has introduced ...

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Amazon Alexa is set to arrive on Windows PC. Cortana might just die slow!

No, Microsoft hasn’t announced the death of Cortana, as of now. But looks like Alexa is soon going to be offered on Windows PCs by OEMs like HP, Asus, and Acer are going to offer Alexa as an alternative to Cortana on their upcoming PCs. Amazon recently announced “Alexa Mobile Accessory Kit” which will help OEM to integrate Alexa in their ...

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Amazon Alexa will soon be available on any Connected device

Amazon doesn’t fail to surprise. After having a huge success with Echo devices, Amazon now wants to break free Alexa from speakers and make it available wireless devices i.e. Wearables, and Headphones to start. The company recently introduced a new set of API bundle called “Alexa Mobile Accessory Kit” which will help OEM to integrate Alexa in their devices irrespective ...

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