We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Zac and Daniel are joined in the first segment of this week's episode by Adam Levenson of Waves Audio to discuss the speaker technology found in Dell's new XPS 15 and XPS 17 laptops.
Facebook is a hideous, demonic company. They're a company I wish didn't exist, or at least not in its current form. Despite that, the power of the platform is undeniable, even so to Microsoft, one of the world's biggest, and least-social tech companies.
Microsoft is partnering up with Facebook and winding down its Mixer operations. Here's how four years of missteps and unrealized potential saw an experimental live streaming start-up become Microsoft's latest service shutdown.
Formerly Beam, Microsoft's Mixer platform is heading towards end-of-life status, joining Windows Phone in the big cloud in the sky. Facebook Gaming will partner with Microsoft to act as a "bridge" for existing streamers and partners, and also tap Project xCloud to improve its own gaming offering.
If you're looking to make money from streaming on Mixer, you'll want to get into the service's partner program. The requirements can't be met overnight, so here's what you'll need to consider to apply successfully.
Mixer Pro subscriptions get you an ad-free experience and accelerates your earning of the platform's free currency, Sparks. While it's not especially useful if you primarily watch streams, content creators might want to invest a bit to unlock some features faster.
While streaming is continuing to become more and more popular, some potential streamers-to-be are curious about turning it into an income, wondering if you can make money on Mixer. Here's what you should know.
While streaming may start out as a hobby for some, there are many who look to make it a career, or at the very least a thing that can help them earn revenue. On Mixer, doing that is easy, but becoming a partner is another story.