It looks like a treat for power users; a new Chromium-based browser is here by the name Vivaldi by former CEO of Opera. Its technical preview is here & I will be giving it a thorough power testing this weekend.
Its Uber for package delivery. Smart move in a market where people are picking up the culture of pooling their resources to make/save money.
While I think that windows 10 needs a rebranding as WinX, its package of Dx12 and seamless streaming of Xbox is mouthwatering. Plus Microsoft is going to release an adapter to use the Xbox One controller wirelessly with your PC.
Other than above-mentioned goodness which is on the way in 2015, what makes me happy is the fact that I might see a subtle harmony between a console, a pc & a Augmented Reality (Microsoft Hololens).
During 2015 If Microsoft starts to syncs all 3 devices (PC, Xbox, Hololens) in such a seamless way that our boundaries of each hardware start to fade then it will be an achievement. Because I see a great potential in turning this trio into an irresistible service offering rather than each serving as separate hardware.
Plus I’d like my PC to stream to MS Hololens, so I can start playing Dota2 in Augmented Reality & cast spells with cool custom hand gestures or may be use wireless controller. So that’s that. ;D
And this is why we need GoPro on not just players but on actual matters that need transparency, like courtrooms, parliaments & hospitals etc.
The race has begun.
Be it gaming, production, architecture, film, medicine or even military. Microsoft’s HoloLens will definitely bring more functionality to an array of aspects in different industries. Moreover, it offers a lot more than Google Glass.
I like it so far, do you ?