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New Built-in Eye Tracking in Windows 10

Microsoft is planning to add native eye tracking to Windows 10. The new feature is aimed at people suffering from neuromuscular diseases like ALS that keep the user from using the mouse and keyboard. Apps can be opened by gazing at them and typing can be done using an on screen keyboard and then looking at the characters with the integration of word prediction. Dubbed Eye Control in Windows 10, the new feature will require hardware like Tobii’s Eye tracker 4C. Microsoft has worked closely with Tobii to enable this…

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Microsoft Finally Selling Mixed Reality Headsets

Microsoft is finally making two of its Windows Mixed Reality headsets available to everyone. The Acer headset which goes for $299 and the HP headset for $329. Both of them have similar specs with 2.89-inch displays and six degrees of freedom tracking for Microsoft’s Windows Mixed Reality world. Microsoft started pre-orders back in May, allowing developers to get early access. While these are aimed at developers, people can still buy one of these from the Microsoft Store. Both development kits use internal tracking sensors which remove the need for external…

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Earn Some Bounty With Microsoft

Microsoft is launching a new Windows Bounty program which will expand their already existing bounty programs. Microsoft is going to pay more than $100,000 for serious Hyper-V flaws in Windows 10 or Windows Server operating systems. Microsoft is going to pay more than $100,000 for serious Hyper-V flaws in Windows 10 or Windows Server operating systems. The giant will pay up to $250,000 for severe Hyper-V vulnerabilities, and security bugs in Edge or Windows 10 preview build will fetch up to $15,000. “Security is always changing and we prioritize different…

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Microsoft’s new Xbox Wireless Adapter is smaller than ever

Microsoft announced their new Xbox wireless adapter for their Xbox controller. It looks like a regular USB drive which is a sure improvement from the last one. The new adapter is about 66% smaller than the old adapter. It supports eight controllers simultaneously, as well as four chat headsets or two stereo headsets. It will go on sale starting August 8th for $24.99. Pre orders are also available from the Microsoft website. Pre orders are also available from the Microsoft website. Also read: Meet the Xbox One X Soham MandalTackling…

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The Final Days of Microsoft Paint

It’s about time we say goodbye to Paint… Alas, our beloved Microsoft Paint is coming to an end with the upcoming release of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. It is officially being classified by Microsoft as a “deprecated feature”, as noted by The Guardian. That means that come this fall, the Paint will not be in active development and might be removed in future releases. Paint has been our friend since the first Windows 1.0 back in 1985. Microsoft continued to update Paint throughout the years but the basic…

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Meet the all-new Xbox One X: More Power, Even Smaller!

Microsoft has been teasing their Project Scorpio since E3 2016. This year we finally get to see what it really is as Microsoft removed the drapery from Project Scorpio and revealed the all-new Xbox One X. Microsoft has stuck with their naming scheme, last time it was S and now X. This new console will be capable of 4K visuals at 60 FPS whilst also providing good image quality on lower resolution panels like 1080p by super-sampling the video output to make them much better than that resolution. Most older games…

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