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2018-04-18T02:11:50Z
Seems like this came out of nowhere.

Microsoft has designed a more powerful kind of microprocessor that the company says it will make available to chip manufacturers for free.

Microsoft has developed Azure Sphere OS, the Linux-based operating system that will run on those chips — Smith says that while Microsoft is a "Windows company," a full-fledged version of its flagship OS was too big and unwieldy for what it had in mind.

http://www.businessinsid...-powered-by-linux-2018-4 

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lowlydermanking
2018-04-19T12:59:25Z
nice thnx for the article
avensis18
2018-05-12T19:47:44Z
It would not prevent them from adding full features to have more personal data! But to have a Linux DirectX, it would be the right idea, yes.