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NVIDIA CloudXR is Launching on Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, and AWS

Road to VR

NVIDIA is continuing the rollout of its CloudXR technology on the three leading cloud computing platforms: AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud. The post NVIDIA CloudXR is Launching on Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, and AWS appeared first on Road to VR.

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Who’s Waging the Wearables Wars? Part II: Microsoft

AR Insider

After examining Amazon last week, it’s time to zero in on Microsoft. In addition to standard audio fare like music and phone calls, they’ll integrate natively with Microsoft products like Office. ’ It turns out that its motivations are similar to Amazon’s. Microsoft had a similar fate in smartphone era.

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DoD: Sorry, Amazon, Microsoft's Still Getting That $10 Billion JEDI Contract. Sucks to Suck.

GizModo VR

After a monthslong investigation by the Pentagon, the Department of Defense said Friday that it’s sticking with Microsoft for its $10 billion cloud computing contract. And Amazon is not happy. Read more.

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The Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio is $300 off at Amazon

Mashable VR

24, the Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio is only $1,499.99 Released late last year, the Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio is available for just $1,499.99 at Amazon after a 17% discount. Released late last year, the Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio is available for just $1,499.99 at Amazon after a 17% discount.

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Vuzix Blade AR Smart Glasses Now Support Amazon Alexa, DJI Drones

VRScout

The Alexa built-in certified smart glasses are now available directly through Amazon. “The custom Alexa application developed by Vuzix has been certified by Amazon, paving the way for the Vuzix Blade Smart Glasses to become an Alexa Built-in smart glasses device,” added Travers. Featured Image Credit: Vuzix Corporation.

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Power and Responsibility: Highlights from Microsoft Build

Tech Trends VR

We need to ask ourselves not only what computers can do, but what they should do,” said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella in his opening keynote at Build. Microsoft sees the “intelligent cloud” as the backbone of this revolution. Microsoft want to enable developers to reach customers in a multi-sense, multi-device way Click To Tweet.

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Amazon Flash Sale: Save on Microsoft Surface products before today’s event

Digital Trends

Save big on a range of different Microsoft Surface products right now at Amazon.