Microsoft continues to develop its own in-house apps for Windows 10. A new report has a tiny bit of information on one of those apps, which is being created under the code name of "Beihai".
According to ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley, 'Beihai' is being created by the recently formed Windows Apps Studio that's headed up by Kudo Tsunoda, who previously worked at Microsoft's Xbox division on projects like Kinect.
Foley's inside sources at Microsoft state that 'Beihai' won't be a game, but will be some kind of consumer app that will work with a number of Windows 10 devices, including Microsoft HoloLens. Beyond that, little else is known about the app, but we will keep you posted when and if more information is revealed.