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Big news of the week – UK regulators question the Activision Blizzard acquisition, Microsoft may consolidate its Surface lineup, anti-competitive Azure cloud licensing addressed
Episode 81 Breakdown:
- Xbox’s Phil Spencer releases statement addressing UK regulator’s Activision Blizzard acquisition concerns
- Surface Pro X could come with both Intel and Arm variants this fall
- Microsoft addresses anti-competitive cloud licensing, but only in certain regions
- Microsoft Excel now lets users insert images in cells
- Microsoft To Do rolls out to Outlook for Windows
- Microsoft applies for US Trademark for XCLOUD
- Microsoft launches Adoption Score to help customers optimize Microsoft 365 subscriptions
- New game install options are coming to Xbox OS
- US Army continues to test HoloLens 2 based IVAS tech, holds 2-day Stryker demo
- Windows 11 Insider Dev (25193) and Beta (22621.590 and 22622.590) Channels get new builds, download them now
- Surface Duo 2 stock is running out
- Halo Infinite’s local campaign split-screen co-op has been canceled
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