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    Microsoft's work with Qualcomm on its "Always Connected PC" initiative drew a lot of attention this week, and it looks like some improvements are on the way in the next big update to Windows 10.

    In particular, Microsoft is working on bringing robust eSIM support to Windows 10 in its upcoming Redstone 4 update, as well as power-management improvements.

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    12-07-2017 03:50 PM

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