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Microsoft to launch Xbox Series X in November

Published on 08/11/2020 @ 4 PM EST
Microsoft is committing to launching its next-generation Xbox Series X console in November. But the Halo Infinite will not be available until 2021. [via The Verge]

Microsoft’s Surface Duo may launch with AT&T

Published on 08/09/2020 @ 8 AM EST

As reported by Engadget, "It hasn’t been clear just which carriers (if any) would offer Microsoft’s Surface Duo, but there might be a clearer idea. Well-known leaker Evan Blass has shared (via Windows Central) a batch of renders for the Surface Duo while claiming the dual-screen Android device will launch with AT&T."

Microsoft showcases new Xbox Series X games

Published on 07/23/2020 @ 1 PM EST
The company announced a slew of new games for its upcoming console, the Xbox Series X. Footage showed scenes from Halo Infinite, Fable, Forza Horizon 4, Sea of Thieves, Gears 5, and more. The console is set to be released in November 2020.

Microsoft and Bridgestone launch real-time tire damage system

Published on 06/30/2020 @ 5 PM EST
As reported by Engadget, "The partnership’s tire damage monitoring system (TDMS) links to Microsoft’s Connected Vehicle Platform (MCVP) to identify tire damage in real-time, and uses algorithms to detect events that affect the tire’s surface."

Microsoft is permanently closing all of its retail stores

Published on 06/27/2020 @ 6 PM EST
On Friday, Microsoft said it plans to close all of its physical Microsoft Store locations across the US and overseas permanently. Moving forward, it will focus its efforts on Microsoft.com, where customers can go to purchase products, as well as get support and training. The company will “reimagine” four locations — in London, New York City, Sydney and Redmond — as Microsoft Experience Centers but those locations won’t sell merchandise. Source: Engadget

Custom backgrounds in Microsoft Teams is here

Published on 06/13/2020 @ 4 PM EST

Microsoft recently announced the rollout of new custom background effects in Teams, along with new features in the free version of Teams. It’s all about enabling you and your team to work productively, collaboratively, and with everyone’s well-being in mind.