Microsoft Blogs – 6.20.19 (6.11.19)
Some predict that as many as 33 million autonomous vehicles could be plying the world’s roads by 2040.
But for that to come true, the driverless cars, trucks, and buses of the future will have to be safe.
An innovative company in Taiwan is addressing this massive technological challenge. It is using one form of AI to teach other AI systems how to “see” where vehicles are going and what is around them as they travel.
Read more: A new way to give driving lessons for autonomous vehicles
Microsoft Blogs – 6.19.19 (6.18.19)
We are excited to announce the release of four new Eyes First games on Microsoft Store for Windows, including Tile Slide, Match Two, Double Up, and Maze. With this release, people can now play the Eyes First games on Windows 10 PC using their eyes.
Read more: Four New Eyes First Games Now Available, Play with Your Eyes!
Microsoft Blogs – 6.17.19
If you feel like your life is too cluttered, some of you might find respite in the simplified Start layout that comes with the Windows 10 May 2019 Update.
New Windows 10 users – those who have new devices, new user accounts and clean installs – will see the new Start layout by default when they start up. Existing Windows 10 users who upgrade to the Windows 10 May 2019 update can choose to quickly uninstall apps or unpin groups of tiles, as they’ll see their original Start menu layouts carried over.
Read more: Windows 10 Tip: Start, simplified
Microsoft Newsroom – 6.11.19 (6.9.19)
Xbox showcased a blockbuster lineup of 60 anticipated games for both console and PC in its Xbox E3 Briefing and shared a glimpse of the future with Project Scarlett, which launches alongside “Halo Infinite” in 2020. Headlined by the biggest game of 2019, “Gears 5,” along with 34 games premiering in Xbox Game Pass, the Xbox E3 Briefing delivered 11 world premieres and a record 14 games from Xbox Game Studios, which will soon include legendary game development studio Double Fine Productions.
Read more: Xbox showcases 60 anticipated games, including 34 to premiere in Xbox Game Pass
Microsoft Blogs – 6.10.19 (6.7.19)
Oceans are the heart of our planet, and Skype in the Classrooms celebrates them throughout the month of June in honor of World Ocean Day (June 8th). We are inviting educators around the world to explore all the available ocean-related activities and register for one or more to raise students’ awareness about marine conservation.
Read more: You are invited to celebrate oceans with Skype in the Classroom!