Microsoft news recap: Project xCloud launching on Android quickly, lashes out at Apple over game streaming, and more

Microsoft news recap is a weekly function highlighting the highest Microsoft news tales of the previous week. Sit again, seize some espresso, and benefit from the learn!

Project xCloud is launching on Android on September 15 as a part of Xbox Game Go Final

Subsequent month, on September 15th, Microsoft’s game streaming service, Project xCloud, will launch on Android. It is going to be included inside the Xbox Game Go Final subscription. Nevertheless it received’t be launching on iOS (at least for now), hold studying to search out out why…

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Apple says it has to evaluation all video games, which is why Project xCloud isn’t coming to iOS

This week noticed Microsoft announce that it’s ending testing of Project xCloud on iOS and iPadOS. The corporate has discovered that Apple’s App Retailer insurance policies are too strict, with Apple claiming that it has to evaluation the entire video games, which it wouldn’t have the ability to do with a service reminiscent of Project xCloud, as a result of the video games are being streamed.

Samsung Galaxy Note20 Project xCloud

Microsoft fights again, says Apple “stands alone as the only platform to deny consumers from cloud gaming”

However Microsoft disagrees with Apple, stating that Apple is standing “alone as the only platform to deny consumers from cloud gaming”, a hat tip to Android and Home windows for supporting it.

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Microsoft could also be seeking to purchase India and Europe TikTok operations, too, new report says

It was already confirmed by Microsoft that it was actively seeking to purchase TikTok’s US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand operations. However now it’s being suggested that Microsoft might be going a bit further, and seeking to purchase it’s India and Europe operations too.

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That’s it for this week. We can be again subsequent week with more Microsoft news.

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