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French Company Creates Their Own Windows 10 Surface Table

07/11/2016, Microsoft’s Surface products are pretty well known to many, like the Surface Pro tablets and the Surface Book. While not exactly aimed at the average Joe, Microsoft also has the Surface Table which is basically a table with a giant touchscreen that is...

Microsoft Using Minecraft To Train AI

07/10/2016, On the surface, Minecraft doesn’t really seem like much, but yet time and time again it has proven itself to be one of the most popular games around, where people have used the game to build entire worlds, replicas from TV shows and games, and it has...

Microsoft Working On Project Scorpio Trade-In Programs

07/10/2016, In case you missed E3, Microsoft confirmed that a new and more powerful Xbox was in the works codenamed Project Scorpio. For those who are a bit alarmed by this, fret not as there will not be any Project Scorpio-exclusive games, meaning that games...

Microsoft Edits Its Xbox Play Anywhere Promise

07/10/2016, Microsoft announced Xbox Play Anywhere during its press conference at the E3 2016 gaming convention last month. The feature will arrive later this year and it will allow people to purchase a game once on either Xbox One or Windows 10 and get it on the...

Microsoft And UW Store 200MB Using DNA Medium

07/08/2016, By successfully writing and reading 200MB of data stored in DNA strands, Microsoft Research and the University of Washington have broken a scientific record. Storing information in DNA structures is interesting because it has a higher data density as...

Microsoft Introduces Skype Meetings

07/06/2016, When it comes to conducting video conferences, Skype is probably one of the options that many businesses use these days. However since not all businesses are big, unlocking some of Skype’s features might not necessarily be financially feasible for some...

Windows 10 Accounts For Nearly 50% Of Computers On Steam

07/05/2016, It seems that Microsoft’s decision to make Windows 10 a free upgrade (at least for the first year) was a great idea because adoption has come along really well. The platform has been doing decently around the world and if we were to take a closer look...

Avatars With Wheelchairs Coming Soon To Xbox Live

07/05/2016, Gamers come from all walks of life. Some gamers aren’t as fortunate as others and might be disabled, and now it looks like Microsoft will soon let disabled gamers better represent themselves on Xbox Live. Now you know that Xbox Live has support for...

New Surface Device Possibly Coming Soon

07/03/2016, Microsoft could be launching a new Surface device in the near future. It won’t be surprising given that it has been a while since the company released a Surface device. An app developer spotted hints to the upcoming device during his visit to...

Xbox Play Anywhere Release Confirmed For September

07/03/2016, Microsoft announced the Xbox Play Anywhere feature at the E3 2016 gaming convention last month but didn’t provide a confirmed release date, only saying that the feature is going to go live later this year. The company has now confirmed the Xbox Play...

Microsoft Makes Final Annoying Push To Get You On Windows 10

07/03/2016, Windows 10 was released in July last year and Microsoft promised that it’s going to provide the latest iteration of Windows as a free upgrade to all existing Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 users. Many have complained about Microsoft’s aggressive...

Xbox Summer Sale Kicks Off On July 5th

07/03/2016, Xbox owners can look forward to some great deals and discounts in the coming week. Microsoft has confirmed that the Xbox summer sale is going to take place right after the Fourth of July weekend. The sale starts on July 5th and it’s going to offer...

Background Music Support For Xbox One Coming 2nd August

07/01/2016, While developers have spent a lot of money and effort in creating music for their games, there are some gamers who ultimately prefer listening to their own music for whatever reason. Now oddly enough the Xbox One does not have such a feature, despite the...