With reports that Microsoft has trademarked “Windows 365” the industry is guessing if Microsoft are going to launch a subscription-based version of Windows?
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With the current Avengers hype hitting pretty much every aspect of media at the moment, Lego have just announced something that will help stoke those fires to keep the hype engines going. To keep fans happy before the release of Age of Ultron, they have announced the imminent release of the SHIELD Helicarrier.
I have always been an avid petrol-head since I got my first little red Ferrari back in the summer of 2006. My passion for motor vehicles is almost on par with my passion for technology and the IT industry as a whole. Many concepts come and go at the Geneva Motor Show, which is famous for being the home for weird and wonderful concept creations. However, concepts have always been focused on the appearance of the vehicles. How the curves follow down the bodywork, the sharp edges and prominent features and, of course, the futuristic (and sometimes subtle) styling of the headlights, rear lights and even the wing mirrors.
The announcement of Windows 10 being able to stream Xbox One games made me fall off my seat, the fact that the operating system will allow you watch gaming without the need for a third party such as Twitch means gamers alike can be more social than ever.
It seems every big tech company is getting themselves into the ‘virtual reality market’ these days and Microsoft is no exception.
Announced today at Microsoft’s Windows 10 event, the augmented reality-based operating system runs on a headset that includes a CPU, a GPU, and a dedicated holographic processor. There’s dark visor that contains a see-through display and spatial sound so you can “hear” holograms behind you.