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David Breyer
Designer at heart.
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David Breyer Jul 17
edge on Android doesn't even restore your tabs when you move to a new device. Great job 👏 also: UX is still horrible
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Dieter Bohn Jul 16
., a science editor: Elon Musk’s Neuralink has developed tech that inserts flexible threads into brains that can read them and transmit at very very high bandwidth. Me, a nerd: OMG it uses USB-C!!!
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David Breyer Jul 15
Replying to @zacbowden @Windows
It's actually dark, I'm surprised. Take note,
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Neuralink Jul 10
We're having an event next Tuesday in San Francisco to share a bit about what we've been working on the last two years, and we’ve reserved a few seats for the internet. Apply here:
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The Verge Jul 13
Microsoft’s new London store is big, bold, and British
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Michael West Jul 13
FYI for Surface Book 2 dGPU owners, automatic 1903 upgrades have been blocked—the GPU disconnect bug has been finally acknowledged. Rollout will resume once fixed.
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Zac Bowden Jul 11
The modular camera on the Surface Hub 2 is magnetised slightly. Makes it easy to unplug and replug.
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Tom Warren Jul 11
Microsoft is making Windows 10 passwordless. This has been a long time coming, but Windows 10 users will soon be able to remove the password option from the login screen. Microsoft wants everyone to use Windows Hello or a PIN. Details here:
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Tom Warren Jul 9
Microsoft has been experimenting with Xbox controllers for phones and tablets. These prototype devices look great for xCloud, and Microsoft just patented a design on them. Details here:
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Windows Central Jul 5
Microsoft's Windows 1.0 social stunts will come to a head on July 8
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David Breyer Jul 4
What if..WINDOWS goes away & you get the 1. Windows as a souvenir. It doesn't say WINDOWS in this video, to me it seems like they are saying goodbye with an extra shot of nostalgia. Setting the stage for "a computing revolution" aka Windows Core (maybe ONE OS ..1.0... get it?)
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WalkingCat Jul 4
MSFT found another use case for dual-screen device: Dawn Simulation
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David Breyer Jun 29
Replying to @ArminWolf
hier etwas ziemlich außergewöhnliches
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David Breyer Jun 28
Replying to @D_Breyer
Just discovered that the opening animation of action center is gone in the newest build. So either they strip everything back and then rebuild it for Max polish, or 19H1 is going to be the worst update yet.
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Microsoft Jun 25
The Redmond campus is getting an upgrade 🏗️ Take a first look at our new home: via
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Zac Bowden Jun 23
Microsoft's foldable 'Centaurus' Surface PC with Windows Core OS might run Android apps, has two 9-inch displays, and is powered by a 10nm Intel Lakefield processor
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David Breyer Jun 22
So the team has broken another UI element in the latest build 18922. Start menu blur is as broken as the one in action center (consistency I guess). Considering the maximizing animation is broken since the 2nd ever build I dont have high hopes 🤦‍♂️"quality"
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David Breyer Jun 21
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Zac Bowden Jun 21
Windows 10 19H2 falls behind schedule as Microsoft fails to hit spring target for testing
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David Breyer Jun 21
Replying to @zacbowden
Seems pretty small. At least it's in the Center I guess
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