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Titanfall Season Pass And Digital Deluxe Edition Announced

03/05/2014, Good news gamers, if you’re looking forward to getting your hands on Titanfall, you might be interested to learn that Respawn Entertainment has recently announced the availability of the Titanfall Season Pass for the Xbox 360 and the Xbox One, as well...

Bill Gates Was Reportedly Against Microsoft-Nokia Deal

03/05/2014, Much has already been said and written about the $7.17 billion Microsoft-Nokia deal, through which the former absorbs the latter’s devices and services division, but a new report published by Businessweek today offers a glimpse of what happened...

Microsoft OneDrive For BlackBerry 10 Arrives

03/04/2014, BlackBerry owners who find the cloud a fascinating place for you to stash away your collection of files and content will be pleased to hear that BlackBerry World now carries their very own Microsoft OneDrive app. The OneDrive app has already arrived on...

Steve Ballmer Admits Microsoft Missed The Mobile Market

03/04/2014, In today’s smartphone market, Android reigns supreme, followed by Apple’s iOS. Android’s dominance is thanks to the fact that the platform is open-source which in turn allowed many manufacturers to get their hands on it to start building devices for...

Banks Rush To Upgrade ATMs From Windows XP

03/04/2014, Hackers could have a field day if most of the banks in the U.S. don’t upgrade their ATMs prior to April 8th. That’s the cutoff date that Microsoft has set for Windows XP, and after that, it is no longer going to provide support for the iconic...

Music Videos Arrive On Xbox Music On Xbox One

03/04/2014, The consumption of music has definitely changed over the years. What used to be a staple on the humble TV, music videos tend to be hosted on the Internet these days, which is a no-brainer actually. After all, just about everyone and their uncle own a...

Project Spark Xbox One Now Available To All In Beta

03/04/2014, Have you heard about Project Spark before? It is basically a tool where gamers who think that they do have some latent talent in programming their own game can give a go, where using Project Spark, one will be able to develop some simple titles such as...

Bing Saves Public Beta Launched

03/04/2014, It was not too long ago that Microsoft had already sent out invites to a select bunch of people to give their new Bing Saves a runout. Just what the heck is Bing Saves all about? It happens to be a brand new manner for one to be able to save content that...

Windows 8.1 Update 1 Final Build Reportedly Approved

03/04/2014, According to the reports, Microsoft’s Windows update, Windows 8.1, is expected to make its way out to users and developers in April. In fact last we heard, the update could be released to developers on the 2nd of April, while regular users can look...

Titanfall For PC Will Be A 21GB Download, 48GB Install

03/03/2014, We’re sure many gamers out there have marked their calendars for the 11th of March which is when Respawn Entertainment’s Titanfall game will be released. The game will be exclusive to Microsoft’s platforms, meaning that it will arrive on platforms...

Windows Phone 8.1 Cortana Screenshot Leaks

03/03/2014, All eyes are on Microsoft to reveal more about its next major platform update at its BUILD conference next month, but there has already been a steady stream of leaks about Windows Phone 8.1. The update is a bit far off, we don’t expect it to be...

Microsoft Turns To Pop-ups To Nag About Windows XP End Of Support

03/03/2014, Windows XP may have been one of the most popular desktop OS iterations to come out of Microsoft, but it too has come to its end. The company has been trying hard to get XP users to switch, preferably to Windows 8, however it hasn’t been a smooth...