When Microsoft cut its smartphone business, it cut the advantages those innovations may have added to its AI and mixed reality efforts.
As we celebrate Thanksgiving there are many advances in technology that benefit humanity that we should be grateful for.
This week on the Windows Central Podcast: We talk new Insider builds, Xbox One X impressions, Surface Book 2 pre-orders and more!
Microsoft recently communicated a vision to enable wearables that transition between AR and VR. Samsung and ODG may grab consumer mindshare with similar visions, however.
We spent some time with the new Halo Recruit Windows Mixed Reality game, and you're (really) going to want to play this. Here's why.
Samsung has joined the list of Windows Mixed Reality headsets coming on October 17, but this one is being billed as a "premium" Mixed Reality headset. Here's what that means.
Without a smartphone, Microsoft's augmented reality (AR) efforts may be overshadowed by Apple's ARKit and Google's ARCore phone-based approaches.
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