It’s been almost a year since Javier Soltero, the former head of Outlook and Cortana at Microsoft left the company, but Axios reported yesterday that the former Microsoft exec has been hired by Google to lead G Suite.
Microsoft, Rovio, Google, Sony Interactive, Ubisoft, Sybo and more have made a pledge to combat a growing climate crisis making changes in game design, energy management, packaging, and device recycling
As Google has seen major success with Chromebooks in the US education market, Microsoft's rumored Windows Lite platform should take the best from Chrome OS and mix it up with some unique Windows things, providing users the best of both worlds.
Microsoft annouced today that it's making its Immersive Reader tool is now available as an Azure Cognitive Service, and the company is also allow G Suite for Education users to sign in to Office 365 for free with their Google accounts.
With years of experience with Google Play games, YouTube, and other cloud services, Google definitely has the chops to succeed in this new game streaming revolution, and Microsoft really shouldn't underestimate its rival.
In true PWA fashion, multi-user support is being applied on the backend of the app and will be pushed to all PWA supported platforms such as Twitter Lite, mobile.twitter.com, the Microsoft Store and Chrome Web Store as an extension.
If Microsoft is expected to share more details about its Project xCloud service at E3 2019, it seems that Google will try to lead the game streaming narrative this week with a first Stadia Connect livestream on Thursday, June 6.