Microsoft is making a lot of feature and packaging changes to its Windows 10 IoT line-up over the next year. Here's what's planned between now and 2021.
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Want to control a Windows 10-based robot or sous-vide machine with your voice? Microsoft is giving developers guidance how to add cloud-connected speech capabilities to IoT devices.
A new Microsoft Research team, Project Sopris, is looking to redesign microcontrollers in the name of making low-cost IoT devices more secure.
Microsoft IoT Central, Redmond's one-stop IoT software-as-a-service shop, is now in public preview, with final availability slated for 2018.
Microsoft is starting to test a new Azure digital-twinning service, while also making generally available its Azure Sphere and Microsoft IoT Central services.
Microsoft has purchased an Italian IoT software vendor, Solair, and plans to integrate its technology into Microsoft's Azure IoT Suite.
Johnson Controls is using Windows 10 IoT Core, Cortana voice activation, and back-end Azure insight services to power a new thermostat.
Microsoft and Samsung's IoT demo at CES this week was more of a concept showcase than an indicator of an actual product and services deal.
Microsoft may not have managed to get Windows 10 IoT Core into one of its fitness bands, but OEM partner Trekstor has done so, for a coming business-focused wearable.
Microsoft and Ericsson are integrated their respective connected vehicle platforms, enabling Ericsson to provide more in the way of operations and lifecycle management for its car-making customers.