Microsoft news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee, and enjoy the read!
Microsoft Teams adds sign language view
A new Sign Language View has arrived on Microsoft Teams in public preview. The view is aimed at supporting those who are hearing impaired, and enables the ability to priotise the video feed of two other participants and maintains that feed in a consistent position.
Samsung expanding Xbox Cloud Gaming to some of its older smart TVs
Game streaming services on Samsung TVs are currently supported on its newest 2022 TVs, but the company is now preparing to expand services such as Xbox Cloud Gaming to its older models, beginning with some select models from 2021.
Microsoft starts rolling out the Microsoft 365 app for the web
Microsoft 365 for the web has begun rolling out this week. Microsoft says that it “enables you to create, share, and collaborate all in one place. You can create new content using a wide variety of apps and templates, access your files and apps, and leverage the intelligence of Microsoft Graph to deliver insights and recommendations for making work easier.”
Microsoft and NVIDIA to work together on new cloud AI project
NVIDIA and Microsoft are partnering to build “one of the most powerful” supercomputers in the world, formed upon a multi-year collaboration on the project, and making use of NVIDIA’s GPUs and Microsoft Azure’s supercomputer infrastructure.
That’s it for this week. We will be back next week with more Microsoft news.