A new Xbox achievement system with PS5-like ‘medals’ was designed at a Microsoft Hackathon


November saw Microsoft’s annual Hackathon event, which brings together groups of developers, designers and innovators from across Microsoft to compete and invent new potential products and services within and beyond the Microsoft ecosystem. This year’s Hackathon winner was an app that lets you provide remote tech support to a loved one, given the all-too-famous frustration you can experience trying to help a less tech-savvy friend over the phone.

Microsoft’s Hackathon 2022 event (opens in new tab) saw more than 10,000 inventions compete for the grand prize, with more than 68,000 employees around the world taking part in what Microsoft describes as “the world’s largest private hackathon.”

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