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  1. Microsoft are adding further utility to their AI hardware acceleration API, WinML. The goal is to create more intelligent, more beautiful, and even more difficult videogames.
  2. Microsoft and Nvidia have been working together to create an industry standard API designed specifically around interactive, real-time raytracing. The big M are adding DirectX Raytracing (DXR) to DirectX 12 as the industry standard API, and the green team are building that out to create RTX, a set of software and hardware algorithms designed to accelerate raytracing on the Nvidia Volta architecture.
  3. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/Investor/earnings/FY-2018-Q2/press-release-webcast https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/789019/000156459018001129/msft-10q_20171231.htm
  4. Microsoft has been forced to issue a second out-of-band security update this month, to deal with the issues around Intel’s Spectre firmware updates. Intel warned last week that its own security updates have been buggy, causing some systems to spontaneously reboot. Intel then buried a warning in its latest financial results that its buggy firmware updates could lead to “data loss or corruption.”
  5. From PC Invasion: Microsoft has received reports of some AMD devices getting into an unbootable state after installation of recent Windows operating system security updates. After investigating, Microsoft determined that some AMD chipsets do not conform to the documentation previously provided to Microsoft to develop the Windows operating system mitigations to protect against the chipset vulnerabilities known as Spectre and Meltdown.
  6. MS announces Xbox Game Pass (Subscription Service)

    https://majornelson.com/2017/02/28/introducing-xbox-game-pass-unlimited-access-to-more-than-100-games/?linkId=34965891
  7. What game will Microsoft kill next?

    I'm going with Crackdown.
  8. It's a different Microsoft.
  9. Microsoft now owns Havok

    I wonder what games they want to use them in, as well as if they will continue to license out the physics engine? http://blogs.microsoft.com/blog/2015/10/02/havok-to-join-microsoft/
  10. The Power of the Cloud just got a little more...ummmm...powerful or something.
  11. Personally, I don't see this happening.
  12. http://www.theverge....-explorer-brand I use Chrome right now, though, but I still like the picture. I read that IE has actually improved over the years, but this looks like their way of finally shaking off the image IE has gained over the years.
  13. ...for continuing to not give a damn about PC gaming beyond DirectX. Your benign neglect is much appreciated! Seriously, I thought for a minute or so there they might have actually paid attention to PC gaming, but thankfully after today's presentation:
  14. Microsoft is alleging that Samsung is in breach of contract and is stealing Microsoft's IP by refusing to pay for patents it has been licensing for years.
  15. So Larry Hyrb is having "green carpet pre conference time" on Xbox consoles, just announced a new Achievements feature to launch later in the summer to better track your Achievements and we are 20 minutes away from it starting! GAME ON!
  16. Microsoft will take control of Nokia's devices division then.
  17. http://www.joystiq.com/2014/03/29/report-microsoft-pays-up-to-150m-for-augmented-reality-hardwar/
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