Amazon's Echo Show arrives, Windows 10 hits 500M devices
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The new Amazon echo officially has a name, the echo show is the company's first echo with a screen and will release on June 28th for $230 along with the echo show comes with Amazon free voice call features which will let anyone with an elexa app or echo or echo dot Use video calling.
Preorders for the Echo Show start right now.
According to Buzz Feed, Apple will announce an Amazon Prime Video app for Apple TV at the Worldwide Developers Conference next month in San Francisco.
Additionally, Amazon will once again sell Apple TV on its site, which it stopped doing back in October of 2015.
And finally, Microsoft is not reporting that its Windows 10 operating system has been installed on over 500 million monthly active devices.
Which is up from 400 million in September of last year.
Of course, this number will likely fall short of Microsoft's original goal of having a billion devices running on Windows 10 by 2018.
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