1. Microsoft’s $399 Azure Kinect AI camera is now shipping in the US and China  TechCrunch
  2. Microsoft giveth and Microsoft taketh away: Partner boss explains yanking of free licences  The Register
  3. Microsoft defends planned partner program changes, but many aren't buying it  ZDNet
  4. ‘We can’t afford this’: Partner cloud costs blindside Microsoft, but company’s solution causes uproar  GeekWire
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Earlier this year, at MWC, Microsoft announced the return of its Kinect sensor in the form of an AI developer kit. The $399 Azure Kinect DK camera system includes a 1MP depth camera, 360-degree microphone, 12MP RGB camera and an orientation sensor, all in a relatively small package. The kit has been available for pre-order […]Earlier this year, at MWC, Microsoft announced the return of its Kinect sensor in the form of an AI developer kit. The $399 Azure Kinect DK camera system includes a 1MP depth camera, 360-degree microphone, 12MP RGB camera and an orientation sensor, all in a relatively small package. The kit has been available for pre-order […]

Microsoft’s $399 Azure Kinect AI camera is now shipping in the US and China – TechCrunch

Cloud giant's blunt instrument clobbers loyal resellers too

Microsoft giveth and Microsoft taketh away: Partner boss explains yanking of free licences • The Register

Microsoft's talk about priorities and a changing partner market as reasons for dropping internal use rights for its products isn't sitting well with many of its resellers.Microsoft's talk about priorities and a changing partner market as reasons for dropping internal use rights for its products isn't sitting well with many of its resellers.

Microsoft defends planned partner program changes, but many aren't buying it | ZDNet

Gavriella Schuster’s first job at Microsoft was building a global solution provider program, helping independent tech consultants and developers customize software for business customers. One of the key benefits Microsoft came up with was “internal use rights,” which grant those partners licenses to…Gavriella Schuster’s first job at Microsoft was building a global solution provider program, helping independent tech consultants and developers customize software for business customers. One of the…

‘We can’t afford this’: Partner cloud costs blindside Microsoft, but company’s solution causes uproar – GeekWire

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