Daily News Roundup: Top Stories from March 13, 2019

In today’s headlines, we saw Microsoft bring DirectX 12 to Windows 7, Google potentially can some of its hardware business, and LG showed off a Keurig for ice cream. Not gonna lie, that last thing sounds pretty amazing.

Note: We’ll keep updating this post throughout the day as more news hits the wire!

Microsoft and Windows News

A little bit of this, and a little bit of that. You know, just Microsoft things.

  • You can now check your Xbox controller’s battery from the Game Bar. That’s cool, I think. [MSPowerUser]
  • DirectX 12 is now supported on Windows 7, which is currently on its way towards the end of life. Weird flex, but okay. [The Verge]
  • Remember Project xCloud? Well, Microsoft wants to make sure you do with a live demo of the game streaming service. [Engadget]
  • The Windows Camera got some new features for Insiders, including a couple of new shooting modes. [MSPowerUser]
  • Microsoft might let users start pausing updates for 35 days instead of 7. Talk about procrastination. [MSPowerUser]
  • You can stream PC games to an Xbox One now. You’ve been able to stream Xbox games to a PC for a while. Everything old is new again. [The Verge]

Google and Android News

Google is apparently going to “scale back” its laptop and tablet projects, which is not cool at all….

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