Awesome announcements. Continuum phone looks better and better.
Surface Book...Surface in the lid, GPU in the keyboard. Amazing.
Another fun HoloLens demo, but if the dev kits are $3k, what's the final price going to be?
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I could definitely see Microsoft apps on Android, but what motivation does Google have to support Windows Phone? Google doesn't need money and they probably don't care about the 2% market share that MS commands.
A much more likely scenario is Google listing apps in the Windows Store (universal app version of Chrome, perhaps?).
2. MS wants devs to move to the Identity framework. It does everything membership did and more. Just create a new web project and choose Individual Accounts to get an example.
@evildictaitor: I understand feature prioritization, but Facebook is still a huge player on the web. To not support something that Facebook supports is telling your userbase to go use Chrome.
That's more of an "it's our keynote, so use our product to watch it."
@evildictaitor: If that's the case, why hasn't MS put the hardware accelerated option into Edge? Will the MS browser forever be playing catch-up?
If you're having problems viewing a 360 video on your desktop, make sure you're using the latest version of your web browser (ex. Chrome, Firefox). Keep in mind that 360 videos on Facebook aren't viewable on Safari or Internet Explorer.
I hate when web developers do this. It's just pure laziness.