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Microsoft’s SwimTrain Makes Sure You’ll Never Swim Alone

05/11/2016, There are some people who have no problems training on their own, but there are some who thrive off the competition and camaraderie of playing and competing against their teammates during a training session. Now if you fall in the latter camp, you might...

Microsoft To Remove WiFi Sense Feature In Upcoming Build

05/11/2016, When Microsoft launched Windows Phone, they introduced a feature called WiFi Sense. For those unfamiliar, WiFi Sense basically connects users automatically to WiFi networks based on crowdsourced information, as well as being able to connect to WiFi...

Super Mario Coming To Minecraft On Nintendo Wii U

05/09/2016, Many Nintendo owners had long been waiting for Minecraft to arrive on their preferred gaming platform and it did finally arrive in December last year. Microsoft released a new version of this popular game for the Wii U, the game was very similar to how it...

Surface Book 2 Could Be Launched Next Month

05/09/2016, For the past few years, Microsoft has been releasing various Surface and Surface Pro tablets, but last year the Redmond company released the Surface Book, which is basically Microsoft’s take on a laptop. In case last year’s model wasn’t to your...

Forza Motorsport 6: Apex PC System Requirements Confirmed

05/05/2016, Forza comes to PC with Forza Motorsport 6: Apex. Microsoft recently confirmed that the open beta of this new game is going to be released soon. It’s out today and if you’re interested in playing it on PC you will certainly need to know the...

Microsoft Will Charge $119 For Windows 10 Upgrades From July

05/05/2016, It doesn’t feel like it but it has almost been a year since Microsoft released Windows 10. Microsoft provided Windows 10 as a free upgrade for all those who were running Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, provided that they upgraded within one year of the...

Microsoft Could Launch Paint As A Windows 10 App

05/04/2016, It appears that Microsoft is making a new version of its infamous Paint program that will be released as an app for Windows 10. The Paint program was a staple in Windows releases and certainly one of the most used native programs for PC. It was...

Microsoft Working To Help Deal With Nausea When Using VR

05/04/2016, One of the early problems with virtual reality was the fact that it caused users to have motion sickness, and which nausea is part of it. However today it looks like headsets such as the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive appear to have done a decent job of...

Microsoft Reveals More Information About Its E3 2016 Plans

05/03/2016, The E3 2016 gaming convention is just around the corner and this year we’re expecting some very interesting announcements to be made at the event. Some of the biggest developers and publishers will be at the convention to showcase their latest...

Internet Explorer Is No Longer The Most Popular Desktop Browser

05/02/2016, For years, Internet Explorer has enjoyed the title of being the most widely used desktop browser in the world. It was helped by the fact that this browser came pre-installed on hundreds of millions of PCs that were powered by Windows. With the exception...

Windows 10 Is Now Boasting A 14.35% Market Share

05/02/2016, We’re not sure if this is a pattern we’re seeing with Microsoft, but it seems like every other major version of Windows they release does well. For example we had Windows XP followed by the flop that was Vista, then we had Windows 7 followed by the...

Bing For iOS Lets You Search For Images By Taking A Photo

05/02/2016, Ever see something cool on the street that you’re wondering where it might be from? If you are, you might be interested to learn that Microsoft’s Bing for iOS app has recently been updated and has gained a nifty new feature: the ability to search for...

Lionhead Studios Has Been Shut Down

05/01/2016, It was announced a few weeks ago that development on Fable Legends was being ceased and that Lionhead Studios might be shut down in the near future. Even though it was rumored that perhaps the team would be allowed to stay on and complete work on this...