Microsoft announced the Windows 10 IoT October 2018 Update, along with changes to support and servicing for existing and future versions of the operating system, similar to other Windows 10 SKUs.
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Microsoft today announced that the Windows 10 April 2018 Update is fully available, and that it's already installed on 250 million devices, which include mostly PCs, but also Xbox One and more.
At Computex today, Microsoft announced Windows 10 IoT Core Services, a paid, Long-Term Servicing Channel version of Windows 10 IoT Core. The free Semi-Annual Channel version will remain available.
Today, Microsoft announced that it will be investing $5 billion in the Internet of Things, over the course of the next four years, to 'give every customer the ability to transform their businesses'.
Microsoft today announced that Windows 10 IoT Core will soon support NXP i.MX chipsets. Also, the OS will get 10 years of support on the Long-Term Servicing Channel, starting with the fall update.
Microsoft released a new Windows 10 IoT Core build today, along with a new SDK Preview. Both are build 17083, and the company hasn't yet published release notes for either of them.
At Microsoft's Partner Showcase at CES, the company showed off the Johnson Controls GLAS, a translucent smart thermostat that's powered by Windows 10 IoT Core, and includes full Cortana support.
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Microsoft today updated its Windows 10 minimum hardware requirements to reflect the additional processors and SoCs that it announced that it would support earlier this month during Build.
At Microsoft's Build 2017 developer conference this week, we got our hands on Trekstor's new wearable running Windows 10 IoT Core. Check out our gallery, and get a few more details on the new device.
Microsoft has shown off a new wearable device on the way from German manufacturer TrekStor. It runs Windows 10 IoT Core, with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth support, and promising all-day battery life.
Microsoft finally updated the minimum hardware requirements for Windows 10 today, and they now state that IoT Core devices will require TPM 2.0 in a future release of the operating system.
Earlier today, the Raspberry Pi 3 was announced. Microsoft has now announced that Windows 10 IoT Core Insider Preview has been updated to include support for the new device.
Microsoft has partnered with Samsung at CES in Las Vegas to demonstrate scenarios enabled by Windows 10, the Internet of Things (IoT) and Universal apps such as Cortana.
Microsoft says it is terminating support for the slimmed-down version of its Windows OS designed for Internet of Things devices - on the Intel Galileo and Galileo Gen 2 on November 30.
Microsoft has announced the release of Windows 10 IoT Core, the slimmed down version of the OS for small, embedded devices with very limited resources, and developers can download it right away.