Microsoft is reportedly working to develop a new Bluetooth pairing process in the latest Windows 10 Insider build which was announced earlier this week. Microsoft is working towards its aim to provide the users a better way of pairing their Bluetooth devices with their Windows system. This will allow the users to connect their Bluetooth devices directly with the Microsoft System without the going in the deep-buried menu inside System Settings.
The first device that gets the support of this new process is the Microsoft Surface Precision Mouse and users can now try the new feature on their computers or laptops without any difficulties. Microsoft is working towards catching up with the similar easy pairing process which is offered by its rival technology companies like Apple's Airpods and other new released Bluetooth accessories including HomePod.
As per some reports from the Verge, Microsoft made a statement that "only certain enabled peripherals can trigger this experience" right now. "We are however looking to standardize this in the long term," says a member of Microsoft's Windows Bluetooth core team. The next major Windows 10 update is expected bring the new Bluetooth support.
Recently an online lending marketplace Paisabazaar.com has entered into a partnership with Microsoft to drive 'industry first' technology innovations on its platform using artificial intelligence and machine learning. As part of the overall partnership, Paisabazaar.com will move its entire infrastructure to Microsoft Azure.
Microsoft also has previously rolled out AI( Artificial Intelligence) and Deep Neutral Networks which s the language translation process for Indian Regional languages like Hindi, Tamil and Bengali . The real-time language translation is supposed to be more accurate and sound more natural as per the company.
Microsoft users can now also avail the Deep Networks-enhanced Indian language translation while surfing the internet on its Edge browser. The language translation will also work on Bing search, Bing Translator website. Microsoft Office programs like Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook and Skype also supports the new language translator. Google Android and Apple iOS also can translate languages from text, speech and pictures using the Microsoft Translator app which is available for both the platforms