Windows 10 Redstone 4 reaches RTM and Microsoft announces the availability of a preview version of Windows Server 2019.
Microsoft HoloLens is now available in six more countries. Redmond wants more businesses and developers to get going with its augmented-reality Windows headset. As well as the U.S. and Canada, it’s now in four European countries and two down under. That’s where Microsoft is targeting developers next. You can get it in November, if you pre-order now…
Microsoft HoloLens is now available to all. Redmond wants more businesses and developers to get going with its augmented-reality Windows headset. No longer do you need an invitation. And along with the latest build of Windows 10 come a container-load of new, enterprisey features. But it may (or may not) still cost $3000. In today’s IT Newspro, we mow the lawn like it’s 1992…
Microsoft announced a major milestone for its HoloLens today at Build, the device is now available and is shipping to early adopters.
Documentation for Microsoft’s HoloLens has been released and it offers up several new details about the device including working with the color black and peripheral support.
Microsoft has announced that they will begin shipping HoloLens dev kits next month and they are also finally revealing the specs of the device.
Microsoft’s upcoming Hololens will support a Bluetooth clicker that will make interacting with Holograms easier and less strenuous.
New details about Microsoft’s upcoming Hololens have been announced at an event in Tel Aviv that include battery life, connectivity and more.
Microsoft’s CEO, Satya Nadella, said that the HoloLens dev kits will arrive next year and the first customers will be the enterprise.