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First-ever Microsoft Envision showcases supermarket of the future, R3 partnership and Ecolab’s efforts to solve water shortages — Weekend Reading: April 8 edition

Weekend Reading returns with stories from the very first Microsoft Envision event, including a look at the supermarket of the future, a strategic partnership with R3 and a collaboration with Ecolab to find solutions to water shortages.

Microsoft’s new flagship event for business leaders, Envision, began Monday in New Orleans with more than 6,000 leaders from 70 countries attending. It featured a keynote from CEO Satya Nadella and a guest appearance from astronaut Captain Scott Kelly. The “red thread” that connected the keynote, the drill-down sessions and conversations on and off the expo floor was digital transformation, writes Chris Capossela, executive vice president and chief marketing officer.

Envision attendees saw how Italy’s biggest grocery cooperative is using futuristic technology to help shoppers return to the sociable days of open-air markets, where there were shopkeepers at every stall, ready to answer any question a customer might have about their wares. Coop Italia’s “supermarket of the future” concept replaces the tall shelves of a typical grocery with an airy layout, including easy-to-reach, tilted displays and informative screens at eye level. Motion sensors detect which product a shopper is pointing or looking at, triggering visual displays of information such as ingredients, potential allergens and the origin of the food. The design uses Kinect sensors, Microsoft Azure and other Microsoft technologies. Read more on the Transform blog.

Also Monday, Peggy Johnson, executive vice president for Business Development at Microsoft, announced a strategic partnership with R3, a consortium of leading banking institutions, to help turn the backbone of bitcoin, blockchain, into a revolutionary way for financial institutions to conduct transactions and track asset ownership securely and transparently.

Envision also shined a light on Ecolab, a $14 billion company that is a leading global provider of water, hygiene and energy technologies and services. It has partnered with Microsoft to use recent and future developments in cloud computing, applying cutting-edge technology to speed up how worldwide industries tackle water scarcity.

The Windows 10 Anniversary Update introduces Windows Ink – a family of end-to-end user experiences, platform advances and hardware capabilities. Windows Ink starts with the Windows Ink Workspace, coming this summer. Within it, Sticky Notes turns your handwriting into a powerful digital tool. You’ll also see a curated list of suggested apps in the Windows Ink Workspace to bring you the latest pen apps from the Windows Store, plus a dedicated link to all pen apps. Microsoft has also been working with third-party app developers to integrate simultaneous pen and touch, an example of which is shown in the video above with Adobe Illustrator. Head over to Building Apps for Windows to find out more about Windows Ink.

The App of the Week, “Quantum Break,” isn’t just a video game, it’s also a live action show featuring Shawn Ashmore as the hero, Jack Joyce; Aidan Gillen as his nemesis Paul Serene; and Dominic Monaghan as Jack’s genius brother William. In the aftermath of a split second of destruction that fractures time, two people have gained extraordinary abilities. One of them travels through time and becomes fixated on controlling this power. The other uses these new abilities to try to correct the timeline. Read more about it on the Windows Experience Blog.

Also check out the newest Red Stripe Deals for sales on six Windows 10 apps and games.

This week on the Microsoft Facebook and Instagram channels, we discovered how Temenos has transformed cloud-based banking by providing millions access to microfinance. With the Microsoft cloud, Temenos can reach clients from any location and empower them with opportunities for business growth and professional development.

That’s it for this edition. See you next Friday for another Weekend Reading!

Posted by Athima Chansanchai
Microsoft News Center Staff

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Mobile World Congress, Bing’s Guide to the Academy Awards and Xamarin acquisition — Weekend Reading: Feb. 26 edition

Welcome back to another edition of Weekend Reading. Our recent stories include reports from the Mobile World Congress, Bing’s new experience timed to the Academy Awards and the recent acquisition of Xamarin.

This week in Barcelona a wealth of new Windows 10 devices were announced as part of Mobile World Congress, the world’s largest mobile trade show. The offerings span across device types, extending mobility of the Windows 10 experience to small screens, big screens and even devices with no screens at all – with universal apps that likewise span device types. To peruse a collection of the devices, head over to Terry Myerson’s post on the Windows Experience Blog. Also be sure to check out the Sway from Barcelona from Nick Parker, corporate vice president of the Original Equipment Manufacturer Division.

Bing Academy Awards Martian

Once a year, the world turns to Hollywood on its biggest night, the Academy Awards. There’s a new experience that helps people satisfy their cravings for information on Tinseltown’s premier event: Bing’s Guide to the Academy Awards. Searching for anything related will open up a newly designed guide that includes nominees, predictions, a ballot, top moments and fashion in one place. And through the CelebsLike.me experience, which debuted Tuesday as part of the guide, you can pop in a photo and the site will tell you which Oscar-nominated actor, actress or director from the current and previous years you most resemble, along with runners-up curated from a deep pool of celebrity photos. Read the full story on the Microsoft News Center.

Pictured left to right: Nat Friedman, CEO and co-founder of Xamarin; Scott Guthrie, executive vice president of the Microsoft Cloud and Enterprise Group; and Miguel de Icaza, CTO and co-founder of Xamarin.

Pictured left to right: Nat Friedman, CEO and co-founder of Xamarin; Scott Guthrie, executive vice president of the Microsoft Cloud and Enterprise Group; and Miguel de Icaza, CTO and co-founder of Xamarin.

Microsoft signed an agreement to acquire Xamarin, a leading platform provider for mobile app development. Scott Guthrie, executive vice president of the Microsoft Cloud and Enterprise Group, writes that the combination of Xamarin, Visual Studio, Visual Studio Team Services and Azure will provide “a complete mobile app dev solution” for developers to build, test, deliver and instrument mobile apps for every device.

Astronaut Scott Kelly with Microsoft HoloLens on the International Space Station

Astronaut Scott Kelly with Microsoft HoloLens on the International Space Station

Two Microsoft HoloLens devices for NASA’s Sidekick project reached the International Space Station as part of a shuttle resupply mission in December. Earlier this week, astronaut Scott Kelly modeled them from there. Sidekick’s goal is to enable station crews with assistance when and where they need it. Find out more about Sidekick on the Microsoft Devices Blog.

When you’re on your smartphone, you may frequently toggle between apps, especially when you’re trying to share information with someone via mail or text message. Now you can say goodbye to all that switching back and forth thanks to a new Android app released through the Microsoft GarageHub Keyboard, which keeps you in your conversation, bringing in relevant information to help complete common tasks. Another new Garage app, Sprightly, can help small and medium-size businesses that need to organize and share product images quickly with their customers make flyers, catalogs, price lists and e-card reminders – all on their phones.

"Top Gear: Drift Legends"

“Top Gear: Drift Legends”

We also saw new apps and updates, such as the App of the Week “Top Gear: Drift Legends,” City Art Search and “World of Tanks Blitz,” which added its first large-caliber auto-loader – now free for a limited time. The Red Stripe Deals provided its usual weekly sales of six Windows 10 apps and games and fans of “Moby Dick” could now find “In the Heart of the Sea” in the Windows Store’s Movies & TV section.

That’s it for this edition. See you next Friday for another Weekend Reading.

Posted by Athima Chansanchai
Microsoft News Center Staff

Weekend Reading: Microsoft devices news and stories you may have missed (Feb 5)

Microsoft Band 2 gets new features, Surface 3 continues to be a hit in schools, and the Big Game is finally upon us while we imagine what the future of football could look like through the lens of Microsoft HoloLens – here are our pick for this week’s Weekend reading:

New features available for Microsoft Band 2

Earlier this week we announced two new features for the Microsoft Band 2 – GPS power saver and weight tracking – available through the Microsoft Health App. Read and learn more about these new features on our blog post here. And then get out there and have fun!
Microsoft Band power saver mode

The power of Surface Pen and Surface 3 in education

Earlier this week we announced that increasing number of schools are adopting Surface 3 as their 1:1 computing student device, replacing pen and paper in the classroom. Read our story on how different schools are using Surface 3 and Surface Pen, what the latest study says about the power of digital inking, and what Surface offers we have available for Education customers.

Three young students playing and working with Surface 3.

Football today and in the future – it’s a game!

This Sunday it’s time for the Big Game when Carolina Panthers meets Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl 50 – the grand finale of the National Football League (NFL) season in North America. Head over to the Windows Experience blog to find out how you can watch the game live on your Windows 10 device or Xbox. Also check out the NFL season in review, Bing Predicts for the Big Game and game facts over at the Bing blog.

Watch Super Bowl 50 LIVE on the CBS Sports app for Windows 10 and Xbox.

And then finally take a sneak peek at what the future of football could look like shaped by technology such as Microsoft HoloLens.

Future of Work, advancing AI on GitHub and Bing’s predictions for upcoming primaries and caucuses — Weekend Reading: Jan. 29 edition

This installment of Weekend Reading leads off with a new website that focuses on workplace culture, a research toolkit tied to artificial intelligence and Bing’s Election 2016 experience.

The Future of Work explores how the role of an organization’s leader may be changing, but is more important than ever. In order to create organizations that can adapt to change, leaders need to actively shape an open workplace culture that fosters collaboration and builds trust. On this site, PopTech and Microsoft Office Envisioning speak to experts on the future of work.


By releasing its Computational Network Toolkit on GitHub, Microsoft is making the tools that its own researchers use to speed up advances in artificial intelligence available to a broader group of developers. Next at Microsoft tells you all about CNTK.


On Feb. 1, the Iowa caucus marks the beginning of the next phase in the 2016 election. Bing’s Election 2016 experience includes the Bing Political Index (BPI), which shows where each candidate stands on the key issues, while predictions will appear alongside live results. Bing Predicts also calls Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to emerge as the big winners of the upcoming primaries and caucuses.

Peggy Johnson, executive vice president of Business Development at Microsoft, and executive sponsor of Hack for Her

Peggy Johnson, executive vice president of Business Development at Microsoft, and executive sponsor of Hack for Her

Hack for Her, which Microsoft hosted Jan. 12, is bringing together corporations, universities and other organizations to form a community that demonstrates a new approach to strengthen the value proposition of products from a female perspective.

“Building products for everyone starts with gender-inclusive design,” said Peggy Johnson, executive vice president of Business Development at Microsoft, and executive sponsor of Hack for Her. “The biggest emerging market today isn’t China or India; it’s women, who have $18 trillion of spending power.” Read more about it on The Official Microsoft Blog.

We saw the debut of “Rise of the Tomb Raider” on Windows 10, a new Microsoft Garage app called News Pro and the Power BI Windows 10 universal app.  The latest Red Stripe Deals also rolled out Thursday, and on Wednesday our App of the Week was TripAdvisor, which gives travelers using Windows 10 devices a valuable tool in planning vacations. Mulder and Scully fans can also shop in the Windows Store for the return of “The X-Files.”

This week on the Microsoft Instagram channel, we followed the players of Real Madrid as they prepare for the fútbol season ahead. For these athletes, a winning season comes from passion, purpose and preparation.

That’s it for this edition. See you next Friday for another Weekend Reading.

Posted by Athima Chansanchai
Microsoft News Center Staff

Weekend Reading: Microsoft devices news and stories you may have missed (Jan 15)

Skype celebrates ten years of Skype video calling and announces free group video calls for mobile phones, Designed on Surface project highlights mural artists around the globe who are doing great things with Surface, and the world of work is changing – here are our picks for Weekend Reading.

A man plugs a Lumia 950 into a screen using Microsoft Display Dock

Continuum for Phones: Making the phone work like a PC
Continuum for Phones is a Windows 10 feature that, with the Microsoft Display Dock, gives you a PC-like experience, allowing you to scale the Office apps on your phone onto a second screen, while you can continue using your phone as a phone.

Head over to the Windows Experience blog, to read about the making of Continuum – the challenges, vision, and solution.

Designed on Surface: Inspiring artists around the world to do great things
Designed on Surface project is a collaboration with artists across the globe to create murals embodying the spirit of people who do great things and the places that inspire them. Read more about the project here.

In our new weekly series, we showcase the individual artists and their inspiring work, created with the help of Microsoft Surface. The first in the series is Jasper Wong, an artist, illustrator and curator from the USA.

Jasper Wong creating his mural.

Ten years of Skype video calling
A decade ago, Skype introduced video calling, changing the way we communicate and keep in touch with our friends, family and colleagues. Since then, Skype has become the video calling app of choice for many, generating more than 2 trillion minutes of free Skype video calls to date.

Skype, originally only available on PCs, has evolved over the years, and this week the evolution continues as Skype announced it would bring free group video calling to mobile phones in the coming weeks.

The changing world of work
With the help of technology and mobile devices, we can work anywhere and anytime. So why go the office?

Microsoft Office Envisioning and PopTech spoke to experts around the globe trying to understand how automation, intelligence and the exponential growth of digital connectivity are changing the way we work.

Weekend Reading: Microsoft devices news and stories you may have missed

We took a short break over the holiday season, but we’re back now with our weekly round-up of Microsoft device news and stories you may have missed. Here are our pick for this week’s Weekend Reading: Jamie Ramsay runs 17,000km with the help of Microsoft, Windows 10 adoption is accelerating, Microsoft and Volvo launch a wearable-enabled voice control system, and Bing predicts the NFL Wild Card Round winners.

A woman walking on the street holding a Lumia 550

Unlocked Microsoft Lumia 550 now available at the Microsoft Store in the US

If you’re in the market looking for an unlocked and affordable Windows 10 phone, look no further. The Lumia 550, Microsoft’s most affordable 4G LTE smartphone running Windows 10, is now available at the Microsoft Store for $139.

Jamie Ramsay runs from Canada to Argentina with the help of Microsoft

British adventure runner, Jamie Ramsay, ran 17,000km over just 600 days – through 14 countries and 2 continents. He was powered by Microsoft devices to keep him on track, monitor his health, connect with his family and tell the world about his incredible journey.

Read more about his incredible run here.

Jamie Ramsay using a Lumia 950 XL.

Latest Windows 10 and Windows 10 devices highlights

Earlier this week we provided an update on Windows 10 and Windows 10 devices. There are now more than 200 million devices running Windows 10, continuing to be the fastest-adopted Windows ever. We also announced that Surface Book is now available for pre-order in 10 new markets and Surface Pro is coming to India in the coming weeks.

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Bing Predicts for the NFL Wild Card Round

If you’re following NFL, you know that the playoffs for the Professional American Football Championships is on, and this weekend it’s time for the Wild Card Round. According to Bing Predicts, we will see Kansas City Chiefs, Cincinnati Bengals, Seattle Seahawks and Washington Redskins advance to the Divisional Round. Bing also predicts that New England Patriots will win it all.

NFL Wild Card Round scores and schedule.

The Future Is Now – Volvo Cars and Microsoft enable people to talk to their cars

Have you ever dreamed of being able to talk to your car like Michael Knight in the popular 80’s TV show Knight Rider? Well, soon you can. Volvo and Microsoft are launching a wearable-enabled voice control system that allows Volvo owners to start the heather, lock the doors, hoot the horn or set the navigation using the Microsoft Band 2 and Volvo on Call app.

Weekend Reading: Microsoft devices news and stories you may have missed

Kid President upgrades the world, Surface survives NFL player’s tantrum and new Lumia imaging features make your photos shine—here are our picks for Weekend Reading.

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Everything you need to know about Living Images, Rich Capture, and more on your Lumia

 In case you missed it, we featured the new and improved imaging features in the Microsoft Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL, allowing you to take great photos every time. Check out how Living Images, Rich Capture, and slow-motion video capture have made these new flagship smartphones must-have devices for shutterbugs.

How to get the most out of your Surface device

This week, we posted a weeklong series of how-to articles devoted to Surface. Be sure to read how to detach your keyboard from Surface Book, how to pair your Surface Pen with Surface, how to connect Surface to an external display, how to set up Windows Hello, and how to use the new Surface Pen.

Kid President’s tips for making the world a better place

Wouldn’t it be wonderful if adults had the creativity and compassion of kids? In a post on the Windows Experience Blog, Kid President Chief of Staff Brad Montague shares a short list from Kid President (his younger brother-in-law Robby) of simple ways we can spread joy to others.

See how else Kid President would upgrade the world in this video.

NFL’s Johnny Manziel endorses Microsoft’s Surface like no one else

CNET reports that a Surface tablet survived a torturous encounter with the skull of Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel. During last Sunday’s NFL game between the Cleveland Browns and the San Francisco 49ers, Manziel took out his frustration by bashing the Surface on his skull—repeatedly.

Winner: Surface.

Weekend Reading: Microsoft devices news and stories you may have missed

From teaching kids how to code with Minecraft and addressing the important of security to inspiring sci-fi stories and reimagining how people can buy cars – here are our picks for Weekend Reading.

A man plugs a Lumia 950 into a screen using Microsoft Display Dock

Inside Microsoft’s plan to unlock the full power of your phone

TIME magazine explores the origins and development of Continuum. The in-depth piece includes interviews from key program managers and early-concept drawings.

Microsoft Hololens and Volvo Cars explore the future of car buying

In case you missed it, we ran a story earlier this week on the partnership between Hololens and Volvo. The aim: Explore the future of automotive technology and reimagine how people experience car buying.

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Satya Nadella: Enterprise security for our mobile-first, cloud-first world

The Official Microsoft Blog wrote about Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella’s keynote at the Microsoft Government Cloud Forum in Washington, D.C on the importance of security in the technology business and how Microsoft has stepped up its game to confront security threats in a mobile-first, cloud-first world. See the full webcast on demand and highlights here. 

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Microsoft teaching kids to code with Minecraft

Microsoft believes every young person should have the opportunity to learn computer science, giving them the power to create with technology. With Minecraft Hour of Code Tutorial, Microsoft is helping to develop the next generation of digital natives.

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Future Visions anthology brings together science fiction—and science fact

Our friends at the Microsoft News Center wrote about “Future Visions: Original Science Fiction Inspired by Microsoft,” a free digital eBook written by nine award-winning sci-fi authors. The anthology of short stories explores how scientific developments at Microsoft Research may affect our future. Read “Future Visions” on your Lumia or Surface by going here.


Education Underground Workshop, ‘Future Visions’ and Connect(); – Weekend Reading: Nov. 20 edition

Welcome back to another installment of Weekend Reading! We had a big week on several fronts, such as education, research and innovations for developers.

Microsoft hosted a group of educators, students and industry leaders on Monday through the Education Underground Workshop, which highlighted the company’s commitment to make learning more engaging and accessible, while empowering every student on the planet to achieve more. The event at Microsoft’s Redmond, Washington, campus followed an earlier unveiling of a new “Minecraft” coding tutorial by Microsoft and Code.org. Microsoft also announced a new partnership with edX to create more courses for school leaders and provide greater access to Microsoft’s current resources for principals, superintendents and other school leaders. Read the full story by Vanessa Ho.


On Tuesday, Microsoft released an anthology inspired by the work Microsoft researchers are doing. “Future Visions: Original Science Fiction Inspired by Microsoft,” is available to anyone as a free download. Check out the story behind the making of the book.

“The idea was to bring authors in to expose them to what some people might think is science fiction. In a way, you could say the world of Microsoft Research turns science fiction into science fact,” says Steve Clayton, chief storyteller at Microsoft. “We didn’t show them a piece of technology and ask them to please write about that. We showed them technology and introduced them to a group of people, and then asked them, what did it spark in your mind as ideas, where did it inspire you to think the technology may go?”


Microsoft took a high-profile step at last year’s Connect(); virtual event for developers by unveiling plans to open source .NET on Linux and Mac and introducing the free Visual Studio Community for targeting any device and any operating system. At this year’s Connect();, the company is reinforcing its commitment by adding innovation to tools that existing customers will love, making powerful tools more open and flexible, and providing new ways for more devs to access Microsoft tools. Read Thomas Kohnstamm’s feature story about it. Also check out this story by Suzanne Choney about people who found success by using these collaborative tools.

Joseph Sirosh, corporate vice president, Microsoft Data Group

Joseph Sirosh, corporate vice president, Microsoft Data Group

To celebrate its 100th anniversary, Coca-Cola partnered with Microsoft to create an original experience inspired by How-Old.net. Coke fans are invited to upload a photo that includes a glass contour Coke bottle, or simply the bottle itself, to How-Old.net to unlock a surprise.

“We’re onto something that is relatively unique,” says Joseph Sirosh, corporate vice president of the Microsoft Data Group, which includes the team of engineers who built the Machine Learning and Big Data capabilities that are the heart of Cortana Analytics Suite. Developers on his team were the ones who came up with How-Old.net. Sirosh’s team also worked on the challenge issued by Coca-Cola to take the How-Old.net app one step further by recognizing specific objects, such as a contoured glass Coca-Cola bottle, in pictures users upload.

Find out more through the full story behind this collaboration between Microsoft and Coca-Cola.

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On Tuesday, at the Microsoft Government Cloud Forum in Washington, D.C., Microsoft announced plans to enhance its protection of customer data with the new Cyber Defense Operations Center, and the new Microsoft Enterprise Cybersecurity Group. The state-of-the-art Cyber Defense Operations Center brings together security response experts from across the company to help protect, detect and respond to threats in real time, writes Bret Arsenault, Microsoft chief information security officer. To find out more, read his post on The Official Microsoft Blog.

This week on the Microsoft Instagram channel, we checked in with Estella Pyfrom. Last year, she was featured in Microsoft’s Super Bowl ad with her Brilliant Bus, which brings internet and digital education to schools and community centers. As a CNN Hero, Pyfrom has brought technology to more than 60,000 children in underserved neighborhoods.

That’s it for this edition! See you next week for another Weekend Reading.

Posted by Athima Chansanchai
Microsoft News Center Staff

Office 2016 releases worldwide, Chinese President Xi Jinping visits Microsoft – Weekend Reading: Sept. 25 edition

Welcome back to another edition of Weekend Reading! This week, we saw the global launch of Office 2016, a tour of the Microsoft campus by Chinese President Xi Jinping and how Microsoft Showcase Schools create innovative learning environments.

On Tuesday, Office 2016 arrived, marking a milestone in delivering new value for Office 365 subscribers with a focus on teamwork. It has lightning-fast search for your inbox and Office 365 Groups for seamless collaboration. With Office 365 Groups, you can create public or private teams with a shared inbox, calendar, notebook and cloud storage. The pairing of Office 365 and Windows 10 provides a complete solution for getting things done, including Windows Hello’s password-free login. The new Office has security features important for businesses and is a new model for delivery, with more frequent updates, new features and improvements for subscribers. As Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella writes, “How people work has changed dramatically. But one constant is that everyone wants to get more out of every moment of their life — after all, our time is the scarcest commodity. That’s why Microsoft has set a bold ambition to reinvent productivity and business process in this mobile-first, cloud-first world.”

Pictured left to right: Chinese President Xi Jinping, his translator and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella at Microsoft’s Redmond campus on Sept. 23, 2015. Photo by Brian Smale.

On Wednesday, Microsoft hosted Chinese President Xi Jinping, First Lady Peng Liyuan and a high-level Chinese delegation at its Redmond campus, where the company highlighted new technology and the role technology can play in advancing health, education and business. During his tour, Xi met with senior executives and board members, watched technology demos and reviewed innovative new devices. Earlier in the day, Xi met with CEOs of technology companies who attended a meeting of the U.S.-China Internet Industry Forum. He also had a private meeting with Bill and Melinda Gates. Read the full story by Vanessa Ho to find out more about Xi’s visit.

Microsoft also announced three agreements to advance availability of the company’s products and services in China. When added to previous announcements, Microsoft finalized seven new agreements with Chinese companies and government institutions this week.

Educators can submit their schools as candidates for the Microsoft Showcase Schools program until Oct. 30. If chosen, they’ll join 150 Microsoft Showcase Schools around the world. These schools use technology to ensure 21st century skills are integrated into most activities, creating innovative learning environments enabled by technology.

"Running Shadow"

“Running Shadow”

Games and music continue to infuse the Windows Store with fresh content. Parkour and fantasy role playing combine for non-stop action in the App of the Week, “Running Shadow.” Fans of Lana Del Rey can also find her latest album, “Honeymoon,” in the Windows Store. “The Last Door: Collector’s Edition” is low-res with 8-bit graphics, but high on suspense through an otherworldly mystery set in Victorian England and inspired by horror master H.P. Lovecraft.

That’s it for this edition! See you next week for another installment of Weekend Reading.

Posted by Athima Chansanchai
Microsoft News Center Staff