Microsoft news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee, and enjoy the read!
Xbox Cloud Gaming to add mouse and keyboard controls soon
A new filter has been added to the Xbox app on Windows that allows filtering of games by keyboard and mouse support, a sign that Microsoft could be getting closer to launching keyboard and mouse support on Xbox Cloud Gaming.
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Microsoft added Qatar to its list of live Datacenter regions this week
Qatar has become the latest region to be added to Microsoft’s datacenter list, after the company launched its new datacenter in Doha, Qatar.
Microsoft lowers Teams Rooms pricing, offers free (with device) Basic Tier
Microsoft is shaking up its Teams Rooms pricing structure, with the addition of a Basic tier which is included for free with purchase of a device, as well as replacing Teams Rooms Standard and Premium with Teams Rooms Pro, which will be priced at $40 per month.
Sensitive Microsoft login credentials leak on GitHub
Some sensitive login credentials of Microsoft employees may have been leaked on GitHub, after a security researcher identified the credentials in source code published on the service. Microsoft has investigated the leak and concluded no malicious activity was detected and no sensitive data compromised.
That’s it for this week. We will be back next week with more Microsoft news.