Microsoft to correct Skype missteps, Star Wars AR is coming
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Microsoft Snapchat inspired update to Skype hasn't gone over as well as the company had wanted.
Since the change began, it's users have complained and apparently Microsoft is listening.
The apps latest update will return some features to bring the service back to its roots instead of returning to do something else.
Rumors are suggesting that Google's next Pixel phone, the Pixel 2 may over a squeezable function that would allow for another means of interaction.
HTC's U11 currently boasts a similar technology and word is that the Pixel 2's squeeze function may allow users to launch Google Assistant.
And finally, Disney has announced that it will partner with Lenovo to make an augmented reality headset specifically designed for Star Wars experiences.
The first of which will be called Star Wars challenge will comprise of a series of mini games.
There's no word yet on when the headset will debut.
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