It's been a relatively quiet seven days for Microsoft following the big launch of Windows 10 last week, but that hasn't stopped the announcements coming.
On the subject of Windows 10, concerns have been expressed about the kind of data the new operating system gathers and sends back to Microsoft on user habits.
Meanwhile, chief executive Satya Nadella disclosed that the Hololens augmented reality headset which runs Windows 10 is due next year, while Microsoft unveiled a mobile app for its Sway service and changes coming to the web-hosted version of Outlook.
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