Microsoft has posted the full video of its Computex 2016 keynote event that was held earlier this week in Taiwan. The event showed off a number of new and upcoming third-party Windows 10 PCs and tablets, but also had a couple of major developer announcements.
As shown on Microsoft's Channel 9 site, the Computex 2016 keynote event also announced the Windows Hello Companion Device Framework, which will allow third-party devices to make products that will allow users to sign into Windows 10 via Windows Hello security features. One such device that was shown during the event was the Nymi Band fingerprint scanning wearable.
The other big developer announcement from the keynote was that Microsoft will be opening up its Windows Holographic platform to third-parties. That means we should see many more products in the future that will be able to run the same apps that are supported by the Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality headset. More info will be revealed on those plans at Microsoft's WinHEC conference later this year.