Brian Krzanich out as Intel CEO, Microsoft says Xbox not getting VR
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Brian Krzanich has resigned as Chief Executive at Intel over a past consensual relationship with an Intel employee.
In a statement, the company said the relationship is a violation of Intel's no-fraternization policy Which applies to all managers.
CFO Robert Swan will serve as interim CEO.
Microsoft said it is not working on virtual reality support for the Xbox, When XBox boss Phil Spencer first introduced the XBox One in 2016, he said it would handle high fidelity VR with premier VR experiences.
Spencer wound up softening his stance in 2017.
Microsoft Chief Marketing Officer Mike Nickels said that virtual reality and mixed reality are probably best on the PC Google assistant is getting an upgrade.
The feature known as continued conversation is rolling out to the Google home speaker.
The opt in feature will let users in the US ask Google follow up questions without having to use the Wait Phrase each time.
The feature can be enabled in the Google assisted app for iOS and Android.
The speaker will stop listening to you after you say thank you, stop, or after eight seconds without follow ups.
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