After repeated accusations of bad behavior, Alex Kipman is resigning, and the mixed reality hardware group will be under Panos Panay and the Windows & Devices team.
In a new article from Insider, ‘golden boy’ executives at Microsoft are accused of bad behavior, with few repercussions.
According to an audit by the U.S. Department of Defense, the U.S. Army could waste almost $22 billion on HoloLens headsets if soldiers do not like the devices.
From ads in the File Explorer to Microsoft struggling to ship a HoloLens to the US Army, here are the biggest news stories from this week.
There’s an alleged debate within Microsoft regarding the future of HoloLens. We’d like to know what you think the company should focus on going forward when it comes to mixed reality devices.
Up to this point, HoloLens has focused on businesses, the military, and enterprise. We ran a poll over the weekend asking if people would like to see a consumer-focused HoloLens.
Microsoft's Alex Kipman claims that HoloLens is doing well at Microsoft. His statement follows a report claiming the entire HoloLens division is in disarray and that the HoloLens 3 is canceled.
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