Microsoft launches a new service for training deep neural networks on Azure | TechCrunch

At its Build developer conference, Microsoft today announced the launch of Azure Batch AI Training. While that’s a mouthful, the name pretty much tells you what it is: a new service for batch…

Source: Microsoft launches a new service for training deep neural networks on Azure | TechCrunch

Microsoft WILL address mobile at Build — but not how you expect | Windows Central

Windows phone fans are hoping for at least a tidbit of information on Microsoft’s mobile strategy from the upcoming Build developer conference. They’ll get it … but maybe not in the way they expect.

Source: Microsoft WILL address mobile at Build — but not how you expect | Windows Central

Windows | Developer information can show us the future of Windows itself | Windows 10 content from SuperSite for Windows

Although it is a developer focused conference, you can always discern some consumer focus by looking at the subjects Microsoft is presenting about to its audience of Windows developers.

Source: Windows | Developer information can show us the future of Windows itself | Windows 10 content from SuperSite for Windows

Microsoft mangled the pitch for Surface Laptop and Windows 10 S, but it doesn’t matter | Windows Central

Why would schools buy a $1,000+ Surface Laptop with Windows 10 S? That’s the wrong question, but because of Microsoft’s bungled messaging on May 2 many are asking it. Here is why it’s wrong.

Source: Microsoft mangled the pitch for Surface Laptop and Windows 10 S, but it doesn’t matter | Windows Central

Windows | Taking a look at Microsoft’s newest member of the OS family | Windows 10 content from SuperSite for Windows

Windows 10 S, the new version of Windows Microsoft launched this week, has a new role but its usefulness varies by the type of user at the keyboard.

Source: Windows | Taking a look at Microsoft’s newest member of the OS family | Windows 10 content from SuperSite for Windows