After last week's announcement that Microsoft Health will be taken offline on May 31, you might feel like now's the time to start exporting your health data. Once support ends, you won't be able to access any data which has ... Read more
Microsoft has filed two new patents that could suggest that the tech giant isn't done with their Microsoft Band fitness tracker just yet. Spotted by WSFA, the first patent is actually a continuation of a previous patent for a ring-shaped ... Read more
The official Microsoft Band app has updated on Windows 10 Mobile and PC to fix a number of bugs and stability issues. While the release notes are typically ambiguous, this update appears to have fixed glitches that were interfering with ... Read more
It appears that at one point, Microsoft planned to release an Xbox-branded smartwatch. Of course, we know that Microsoft's plans never materialized because the smartwatch was never released. You can see the images below, taken from a post from Eurogamer.net. ... Read more
Microsoft is rolling out a fix for Band 2 sync problems
Microsoft Band owners are still experiencing sync problems, and Microsoft is still working to fix it.
In a surprising move, Microsoft has just revealed a new wearable which will be powered by Windows 10. The TrekStor IoT wearable will be a Windows 10 IoT (Internet of Things) Core-based B2B commercial-grade device that can connect to the ... Read more
Xbox Fitness was a major part of the Xbox One’s launch back in 2013. Its numerous body-tracking features were instrumental in demonstrating the improved Kinect camera which shipped with the console and, for many gamers like myself who have an ... Read more
Pictures of what could be a Microsoft Band 3 prototype have emerged today and it seems that the wearable device features a waterproof design as well as new sensors.
Take a look at the top Microsoft news for the past week. Microsoft Band disappears from the Microsoft Store, denies email spying and more.
There will not be a Microsoft Band 3 this year, and the Band 2 has officially been pulled from Microsoft's online retail store.
Doctors in the UK are using the Microsoft Band to be alerted in real time when patients suffer an epileptic seizure.