Microsoft Research has developed a system that passively monitors the environment for electrical potential changes. Using that, it can find humans and identify them with up to 94% accuracy.
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Insider build 14393.5 for PC and Mobile released to Fast ring
Dixons Carphone will launch its new mobile network 'iD' in May, promising free data roaming in the USA and 21 other countries, along with 12-month contracts and "the best value 4G on the UK market".
A recent interview has revealed the previously unclear reasoning behind John Carmack's decision to leave id Software for OculusRift, a company focused on virtual reality technology.
Microsoft has announced the first 32 independent developers approved to its ID@Xbox self-publishing program for Xbox One, though the program will eventually be open to all independent developers.