Microsoft Ignite will present in VR, Pixel phones get update
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The annual Microsoft Ignite Developers Conference going on Tuesday has the keynote hosted in virtual reality for the first time.
Microsoft is using its social VR platform alt space VR, inviting anyone to join by using a headset, or you can watch in two dimensions on a live stream video.
So it's safe to expect we're going to hear more about Microsoft's future of mixed reality.
Google Pixel phone users are getting new features.
There's a march software updates starting to roll out now.
Among the updates, Pixel phones can take underwater photos if you have a special crack and sports waterproof case.
The update will also include the ability to share links of audio recordings with non pixel users.
There's gonna be a sharable link where someone can search a text transcription of the audio.
Meanwhile, all of Apple's 270 retail stores in the U S. Were open for business Monday, nearly a year after the company first started closing its stores to deal with the spread of COVID-19.
Stores enforced mask requirements and operate at reduced capacity.
Apple staff are doing temperature checks before letting people inside.
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