Microsoft's joining of The Climate Pledge aligns the two biggest cloud computing providers at a time when cloud demand has skyrocketed and will only continue to grow.
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Apple's app store policies have driven Amazon and now nVidia to bring their cloud gaming services to Safari on iOS. Other services are bound to follow.
The storied audio company, which Samsung bought for its ties to the automotive market, is modeling famous venue acoustics to make future rides more like a private concert.
Just a few short years ago, the latency involved in streaming games from the cloud was a deal breaker. But one startup has developed a service so responsive that it support split-second game reactions from a PC hosted in your basement.
Microsoft is taking a classic IT vendor approach to automakers, promising to partner, not compete. But Cortana is emerging as a protected crown jewel.