At the WinHEC conference in Shenzhen, China, this week, Terry Myerson, Microsoft executive vice president of the Windows and Devices Group, announced new updates and partnerships with Intel and Qualcomm to empower the next wave of modern devices and creativity.
The new developments will make mixed reality more mainstream and enable Windows hardware engineers to build innovative PCs that support mixed reality, advanced security, gaming and artificial intelligence. Myerson also announced Windows 10 updates that will enable always-connected and more power-efficient cellular PCs.
“The software and hardware innovations we have seen today position us all to continue to push the boundaries of what’s possible,” Myerson writes. “Together, we can fulfill our mission to build technology that serves all of us, by ensuring there are devices for the creator in each of us.”
Microsoft News Center Staff