Windows 10 has long been rumored to be getting a major feature update in the summer of 2016, with the code name "Redstone". Now a new rumor claims it may include some new Continuum features designed to help link users of Windows 10 PCs with Windows 10 Mobile smartphones.
Citing unnamed sources, WinBeta claims that Microsoft's Windows team is working on ways for users to have their data roam between Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile apps for Redstone:
"What I mean by this is simple, imagine working on an email on your phone in the Mail app, but you decide you want to continue working on your email on your desktop. Simply open the mail app on your desktop, and Windows will pick up exactly where you left off. Another example is with web browsing with Microsoft Edge on your desktop, opening the app on your phone will bring you to where you left off on your desktop. Pretty neat."
It adds that "Redstone" might also allow Windows 10 desktop users to make and receive phone calls that are beamed from a nearby Windows 10 Mobile smartphone. The article points out that Microsoft is likely in very early development of "Redstone" and as such, these plans could change between now and the launch of the update next year.