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Xbox One Gets 104 Xbox 360 Games In Just A Few Days

11/09/2015, Microsoft confirmed earlier this year that Xbox One will get backwards compatibility enabling console owners to play games that originally came out on the Xbox 360. Once the update arrives all they need to do is pop in an Xbox 360 disc to play the game...

Microsoft Envisions A Future Without Passwords

11/06/2015, Right now passwords are pretty central when it comes to products and services. For example we need a passcode to take out money from the ATM, passwords to log into our email accounts, passwords for our online banking, passwords for our phones, cloud...


12 OneNote Tips And Tricks

11/06/2015, OneNote is not one of the most famous Microsoft Office application, but it is very handy and worth exploring. It might seem like a complicated note-taking app, but if you invest time learning a few of its tricks, it can be extremely productive. OneNote is...

Tech Support Apparently Telling Windows 10 Users To Downgrade

11/06/2015, While Microsoft is busy trying to push out Windows 10 to as many users as possible, it seems that it might be an uphill battle. According to a report from Laptop, it seems that OEMs such as Dell and HP are apparently trying to get users to downgrade from...

Fallout 4 Xbox One Gamers Might Have Downloaded A Placeholder

11/06/2015, Fallout 4 will be released in a few days’ time and the game has been available for preloading for console gamers. However it seems that if you are an Xbox One gamer, there is a chance that the file you have downloaded could simply be a placeholder. This...

Dedicated Cortana Wearable Could Be In The Works

11/05/2015, As it stands, Cortana exists as a piece of software available on computers, mobile devices, and even wearables like the new Microsoft Band. However according to a report from Wareable, it seems that Microsoft could be working on turning Cortana into a...

Sony Claims Shooter Fans Are Moving To The PS4

11/05/2015, Both the Sony PlayStation 4 and the Microsoft Xbox One share quite a few games in common, especially when it comes to big title shooters like Call of Duty and Battlefield. However according to Sony, it seems that the PS4 is the more preferred console when...

Facebook Hires Microsoft Engineers To Work On VR Tools

11/05/2015, Facebook’s interest in virtual reality is no longer a secret, especially after the company made a surprising announcement last year when they acquired Oculus VR. That being said, it looks like Facebook’s virtual reality efforts are starting to ramp...

Halo 5: Guardians Is The Biggest Halo Launch In History

11/04/2015, It has been a week since Halo 5: Guardians was launched worldwide which is why Microsoft is now giving a status update on the launch. According to the company the new title is the fastest-selling Xbox One exclusive game ever and it’s actually the...

Cortana For iPhone Beta Launches

11/04/2015, Microsoft debuted its virtual private assistant called Cortana on Windows Phone, later the assistant was expanded to other platforms as well, such as Windows-powered PCs and even Android. The company has been internally testing Cortana for iPhone for...

Age Of Empires 2 Will Be Getting A New Expansion This Week

11/04/2015, If you have been playing video games from back in the day, you know that one of the more popular RTS games back then was the Age of Empire franchise (competitive StarCraft notwithstanding). That being said if you’re still a fan of the franchise even...

Screen Flicker Fix For Surface Pro 4 And Surface Book

11/03/2015, It would be really something if a particular device were to be released to the market without seeing it experience some sort of problem or issue – minor or otherwise, right? Well, the same goes for the in-demand Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book, where...

You Won’t Find It Easy To Repair Microsoft Surface Book

11/03/2015, Microsoft recently launched the first laptop that it has ever made, called Surface Book, the laptop has actually proven to be a hit among consumers with Microsoft having to ramp up production in order to meet demand. It seems that all is well with this...