Microsoft Unveils Two Windows 10 iOS Apps at its Build Conference

  • Microsoft Unveils Two Windows 10 iOS Apps at its Build Conference

Microsoft Unveils Two Windows 10 iOS Apps at its Build Conference

"Building on Kinect's legacy that has lived on through HoloLens, Project Kinect for Azure empowers new scenarios for developers working with ambient intelligence", the company said at Build.

With Windows Machine Learning, developers will be able to use pre-trained machine learning models, ensuring real-time analysis of data for lower costs.

On Android, you'll find Timeline integrated with the Microsoft Launcher, and on iOS, it will be built into the Edge app, and.

While many feel Microsoft is neglecting Windows, today's announcements at Build 2018 shows Microsoft is doing what it can, within the constraints of reality, to keep Windows relevant for regular users.

Rather than just a camera peripheral, Project Kinect for Azure will be whole package of sensors.

Furthermore, this is actually Microsoft's second crack at trying to make the Kinect into a business-focused product.

Additionally, Microsoft is also partnering with Qualcomm in a joint effort to create a vision AI dev kit running Azure Internet of Things (IoT Edge).

Office 365 is a core pillar of Microsoft's future which is why it is no surprise to see the company announcing new features this week.

He also talked about Microsoft's Project Brainwave computer chip initiative that is now available for Azure coders in a test or preview version.

Meanwhile, Microsoft's fast-growing Azure Cosmos DB is getting updates such as new multi-master capabilities (supporting cloud and edge) and enhanced security through the general availability of support for Microsoft's Virtual Network (VNet) service. In addition, Microsoft said that the Visual Studio App Center has now been integrated with GitHub to allow developers to more easily automate their DevOps processes. It includes Microsoft's "most advanced" time-of-flight sensor (used for 3D imaging) and some other new sensors.

A new way to connect your phone to your PC with Windows 10 that enables instant access to text messages, photos and notifications. Imagine being able to quickly drag and drop your phone's photos into a document on your PC in one swift movement - without having to take your phone out of your pocket.

A year ago at Build Microsoft announced the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, new mixed reality headsets and controllers, and "Project Emma", a wearable for Parkinson's disease sufferers.