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Beyond Windows 10: 6 Microsoft Releases To Watch

After the global rollout of Windows 10, we look at what's coming up for Microsoft's new operating system and overall product lineup.
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HoloLens 
When Microsoft first unveiled its HoloLens headset in January, there was no indication of when the augmented reality goggles would be available to the general public. Now, it seems we're getting a clearer time frame for when we'll be able to try HoloLens for ourselves.
In a recent BBC interview, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella estimated a first version of HoloLens, one geared towards developers and enterprises than consumers, will come out 'within the Windows 10 time frame,' which he said means within the next year.
'We'll have developer versions of it first, and then it'll be more commercial use cases, and then it'll evolve,' said Nadella. 
(Image: Microsoft)

HoloLens

When Microsoft first unveiled its HoloLens headset in January, there was no indication of when the augmented reality goggles would be available to the general public. Now, it seems we're getting a clearer time frame for when we'll be able to try HoloLens for ourselves.

In a recent BBC interview, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella estimated a first version of HoloLens, one geared towards developers and enterprises than consumers, will come out "within the Windows 10 time frame," which he said means within the next year.

"We'll have developer versions of it first, and then it'll be more commercial use cases, and then it'll evolve," said Nadella.

(Image: Microsoft)

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