Home Latest Microsoft news recap: Xbox Game Pass Family Plan, Microsoft Translator adds 2...

Microsoft news recap: Xbox Game Pass Family Plan, Microsoft Translator adds 2 new languages, and more – OnMSFT.com

Ads

Microsoft news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee, and enjoy the read!
Microsoft expands cybersecurity skills training to 23 new countries
Based on what Microsoft deems an “elevated cyberthreat risk”, the company is expanding its cybersecurity skills training to an additional 23 countries, which include Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Romania, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
Microsoft expands cybersecurity skills training to 23 new countries - OnMSFT.com - March 31, 2022Microsoft expands cybersecurity skills training to 23 new countries - OnMSFT.com - March 31, 2022
Microsoft could be working on an Xbox Game Pass Family Plan
According to a new report, Microsoft is working on a Family Plan for its Xbox Game Pass subscription service. This could prove useful for people who require multiple Game Pass subscriptions for people in the same household. The company could release a Family Plan as soon as later this year.
Microsoft could be working on an Xbox Game Pass Family Plan - OnMSFT.com - March 31, 2022Microsoft could be working on an Xbox Game Pass Family Plan - OnMSFT.com - March 31, 2022
Microsoft to hold virtual Build 2022 conference on May 24-26
The next Build developer conference has been announced, and is scheduled for May 24-26, and will be held virtually. Registration is free and expected to open in late April.
Microsoft to hold virtual Build 2022 conference on May 24-26 - OnMSFT.com - March 30, 2022Microsoft to hold virtual Build 2022 conference on May 24-26 - OnMSFT.com - March 30, 2022
Microsoft Translator adds Zulu and Somali translation
Two new languages have been added to Microsoft Translator, Zulu and Somali.
Microsoft Translator adds Zulu and Somali translation - OnMSFT.com - March 29, 2022Microsoft Translator adds Zulu and Somali translation - OnMSFT.com - March 29, 2022
That’s it for this week. We will be back next week with more Microsoft news.
Peter: I think it’ll be 2027 before we see this, which will put it in the territory of TES VI
Commented on: Witcher 4’s research phase has just concluded, suggesting development phase is only just beginning
Preston Lathrop: Not much for me here either, @disqus_NXHXECKU5T:disqus , but I am not sure whether you and I know what everyone else wants and needs either. What MS seems to want and perhaps feels it needs is *platform dominance.” Teams as the dominant front end to…
Commented on: Recapping Microsoft Build 2022: Best Sessions to Catch Up On
Marcus14142135: I thought my ‘puter was infected…
Commented on: This Windows 10 Search Bar Feature Freaked People Out
yw71: No need to hire. They are perfect in any way.
Commented on: Microsoft Slowing Down Hiring Across Windows, Teams, Office
Peter: Is the new plane the SR-72, as it looks like it from the concept images?
Commented on: Top Gun Expansion Now Available in Microsoft Flight Simulator
onMSFT LogoonMSFT Logo

source

Ads
Previous articleElon Musk's astonishing life in numbers – from £202bn net worth to '420' obsession – Daily Star
Next articleNew space telescope to peer back at the universe's first galaxies – CU Boulder Today
A casual guy with no definite plans for the day, he enjoys life to the fullest. He has a big passion for Linux, open source, gaming and blogging. He believes that the world is an awesome place and we’re here to enjoy it! He hails from New Delhi and has studied Journalism from Delhi University. You can reach him at sameep@thehoopsnews.com.