Microsoft refreshes Surface Pro, launches subscription gaming service
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T-Mobile will officially roll out a new feature that syncs calls and texts across different devices on May 31st.
It's called Digits and it's been available in beta this year already.
This service will work on iOS, Android, and even desktop browsers.
Microsoft announced its Netflix found game service, Xbox Game Pass, will launch on June 1st.
XBox Live Gold members can already check out Game Pass using a free 14 day trial.
Microsoft says more than 100 games will be available.
X Box Game Pass is a separate service from X Box Live Gold, and costs $10 dollars per month.
On the hardware side, Microsoft unveiled a refreshed Surface Pro.
The new model gets a slightly thinner and lighter body.
Inside you can find seventh generation Intel core processors.
Microsoft claims that new Surface Pro will have up to 13 and a half hours of battery life.
Andy Rubin, the creator of Google's Android OS, might be ready to show off a new phone soon.
His new company is called Essential.
And on its Twitter page, the company says something big is coming May 30th Then the company tweeted a picture of what looks like a phone with some kind of extension or accessory on the top left of the device.
Back in March, Rubin tweeted out a picture of a mystery phone with tiny, tiny bezels.
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