Microsoft is building a 'digital memories' service in its new Evoke Studio
Microsoft's Evoke Studio is working on a new digital memories service that is designed to change the way people preserve, organize and access photos and videos.

There's a new Microsoft Studio that's building a service focused around creating and sharing digital memories.

Thanks to "The Walking Cat" on Twitter, I found a couple of job listings for a new "Evoke Studio" at Microsoft. Based on one of those listings referencing "KudoT," a k a Kudo Tsunoda, I'm betting Evoke Studio is a subgroup within Tsunoda's Windows Apps Studio team, which is part of the Windows and Devices Group.

From one of the Evoke job postings:

"The Evoke Studio's mission is to create a portfolio of experiences that forever change the way people create, recall, relive and retell the memories that shape them. We're a consumer experience focused team, marrying easy to use and delightful UX with leading edge technologies under the covers. You'll help us shape the future of how we all interact with our personal photos and videos."
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