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Windows 10 S Builds Live For Insiders

08/23/2017, Microsoft released a new Fast ring Windows 10 build for members of its Insiders program today. They’re the people that get to test upcoming Windows 10 updates before they’re rolled out to the general public. The company has also confirmed...

Age Of Empires IV Officially Announced

08/21/2017, Back in the day, there weren’t that many RTS games around. You had the likes of StarCraft, Warcraft, Red Alert, Command & Conquer, and Age of Empires. Many of those franchises have kind of stalled in recent times, but that’s not the case for...

Xbox Game Pass Gets Seven New Titles Next Month

08/21/2017, Microsoft announced the Xbox Game Pass program earlier this year. It’s a Netflix-style subscription service that provides access to a library of games that subscribers can access as long as they keep paying for the service. Microsoft promised that...

Xbox One S Minecraft Limited Edition Bundle Confirmed

08/21/2017, Earlier yesterday it was reported that Microsoft might have a Minecraft version of the Xbox One S in the works. Turns out the report was true because at Gamescom 2017, Microsoft has officially taken the wraps off the Minecraft Xbox One S bundle, which is...

Microsoft To Give Over 100 Games Xbox One X Enhancements

08/21/2017, Microsoft’s Xbox One X represents the company’s next step up in the Xbox One console, in which it will offer gamers a more powerful machine that will help to run games at native 4K and whatnot. That’s great and all, especially for newer titles that...

Microsoft Likely To Unveil Xbox One S Minecraft Edition

08/20/2017, It appears that Microsoft is soon going to launch a special edition version of the Xbox One S. This particular version of the console will be a Minecraft edition and if the leaked images are any indication, the console’s paint job will make it seem...

Xbox One X ‘Project Scorpio Edition’ Leaked

08/20/2017, Before Microsoft confirmed that its revamped console was called the Xbox One X, it was referred to by its code name only which was Project Scorpio. If the latest leak is to be believed, the Project Scorpio branding may live on even after the Xbox One X...

Biggest Xbox One X Launch Title Delayed

08/17/2017, Microsoft will soon release the most powerful console it has ever built, the Xbox One X. It confirmed the launch titles for this console a couple of months back but the company has now revealed that the biggest Xbox One X launch title isn’t going to...

Skype’s New Design Lands On Desktops

08/17/2017, Microsoft introduced a radical Skype mobile redesign a couple of months back. Even though it hasn’t been very well received so far, the company wants to see what desktop users think about it. That’s why the new Skype design has now landed on...

High Surface Book Return Rates Seen In Leaked Microsoft Memo

08/14/2017, Consumer Reports pulled its recommended rating for Microsoft’s Surface hardware products last week, citing reliability issues. Microsoft disagrees with the downgrade and is reportedly readying a marketing push to present its side of the story to the...

Microsoft Delays New New Xbox Wireless Adapter To 2018

08/13/2017, It has only been a week since Microsoft announced its new Xbox Wireless Adapter. It’s a USB stick that enables Windows 10 PC owners to hook up an Xbox One controller with their PC for easier gaming. The new adapter is smaller and more robust than...

Microsoft Disagrees With Consumer Reports’ Findings

08/11/2017, Recently Consumer Reports announced that due to stability issues, they were no longer able to recommend Microsoft’s Surface series of tablets and laptops. Unsurprisingly Microsoft didn’t take too kindly to the report and in a blog post penned by Panos...