First read through of the title was interpreted as "Microsoft floats feelers for fake Words" and I thought it was going to be a VR version of Word.
At least two crucial ingredients are missing from virtual and augmented reality: revenue and a sense of touch. The industry is confident that the revenue is coming as hardware costs fall, awareness rises, and expectations become more realistic. Consultancy Greenlight Insights reckons global VR revenue will reach $75 billion by …
Thursday 8th March 2018 22:08 GMT JassMan
When is an acronym not an acronym?
CLAW is not an acronym – Microsoft uses capital letters for no good reason.
This is obviously pronounceable since it is a valid english word therefore it is an acronym. The problem is that Microshaft are just too embarrassed to state its meaning.
Crap Looking Appendage for Wankers.
Friday 9th March 2018 00:28 GMT joed
Friday 9th March 2018 01:52 GMT Argh