Yes, it's true. The next version of Windows will run on low-power ARM chips, some of which will be made by Intel -- and many of which won't. Mary Jo Foley, as always, has more details.
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With office environments becoming increasingly "hybrid" post-pandemic, Microsoft is readying multiple improvements to its software to facilitate remote meetings.
To better equip offices for meetings in the new post-lockdown, hybrid-work era, Microsoft is introducing increased functionality for Microsoft Teams hardware.
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