Microsoft News Review: Xbox Cloud Gaming Expands to Older Samsung TVs, Teams Get Sign Language Vision, and More | Tech Reddy
Microsoft News Report is a weekly feature that highlights the top Microsoft news stories from the past week. Sit back, grab a coffee, and enjoy reading!
Microsoft teams install a sign language interface
A new version of Sign Language has arrived at the Microsoft Team in a public presentation. The idea aims to support the hearing impaired, and make it possible for them to sell the video feed of the other two participants and to keep that feed in a consistent place.
Samsung is expanding Xbox Cloud Gaming to some of its older TVs
Game streaming services on Samsung TVs are currently supported on its new 2022 TVs, but the company is now preparing to extend services such as Xbox Cloud Gaming to its older models, starting with some selected models from 2021.
Microsoft is starting to release the Microsoft 365 app on the web
Microsoft 365 for web started rolling out this week. Microsoft says it “allows you to create, share, and collaborate all in one place. You can create new content using a variety of apps and templates, access your files and apps, and leverage the intelligence of Microsoft Graph to deliver information and recommendations to make work easier. “
Microsoft and NVIDIA collaborate on a new cloud AI project
NVIDIA and Microsoft are working together to build “one of the most powerful devices” in the world, based on a multi-year collaboration in this project, and using NVIDIA GPUs and the Microsoft Azure computer base.
That’s it for this week. We’ll be back next week with more Microsoft news.
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