Microsoft News Roundup is a weekly feature that highlights the main news Microsoft last week. Sit down, have a coffee and enjoy reading!
All Mixer streamers can now request verification and access to monetization functions
Good news for newcomers to the Microsoft transmission platform, Mixer, since the platform now allows all Mixer streamers to request access to monetization functions, as well as verification of your profile.
Mike Ybarra, corporate vice president of Xbox Live, Game Pass and Mixer, will leave the company  Mike Ybarra, a well-known figure in the Xbox community, in addition to Being the corporate president of Bice for Xbox Live, Game Pass and Mixer, he announced his departure from the company after a 20-year term.
After 20 years at Microsoft, it's time for my next adventure. It has been a great journey on Xbox and the future is bright. Thanks to everyone at TeamXbox, I am incredibly proud of what we have achieved and I wish you the best. Sooner on what's next for me (super excited)! 1/2 …
– Mike Ybarra (@XboxQwik) October 9, 2019
Microsoft is offering a unique "Office Mobile" application preloaded on certain Samsung phones
Some Samsung phones selected They will have a reduced “Office Mobile” application that will be preloaded. The application is only available in the Galaxy Store, not in the Google Play Store.
Microsoft will expand the blanks of the TV Airband Initiative worldwide
Microsoft's goal of providing broadband access to unattended areas of the US. UU. It is expanding to become a global initiative. The goal is to reach 40 million people who have access to little or no high speed broadband.
That's it for this week. We will be back next week with more news from Microsoft.
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