Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft’

Xbox One S All-Digital Edition has just been announced, along with a new Xbox Game Pass Ultimate. Here are all the details on this.

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We know that Amazon is entering the truly wireless earbuds market soon, and now both Microsoft and Libratone are also said to be working on their own offerings.

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In timing that can only have been used to try and bury horrendous news, Microsoft has confirmed that a hacker was able to gain access to Outlook.com accounts over a period of months. Three of them, to be exact.

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Windows 10 May 2019 Update download release date has been official. Here are the details that you need to know about.

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We’re old enough to remember the old days of buying Microsoft Office on disks, but nowadays everything is subscription based, which is great if you want to pay annually or monthly. Office 365 is currently available with a pretty sweet deal via Amazon, with a free $50 gift card on offer.

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Microsoft has released its Defender anti-virus app for Macs. Here’s everything you need to know about this.

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Redmond-based Microsoft has thrown the cat amongst the pigeons in the world of console and mobile gaming by announcing a cross-platform SDK designed to bring Xbox Live features to games running on mobile platforms like iOS and Android.

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Microsoft has been rumored to have a disc-less Xbox One S in the works, and part of that is the upcoming cloud game streaming service. That service, dubbed Project xCloud, has been shown off.

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Microsoft is testing a feature update to its Your Phone app that would allow Android users to mirror their apps to their Windows 10 computer.

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Release date of the ‘Xbox One S All-Digital Edition’, which comes without a Blu-ray disc drive, has just been rumored. Here are all the details.

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Microsoft is updating its Excel mobile apps for iOS and Android to allow users to take photos of tables and then import them into a spreadsheet.

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Microsoft looks set to bring Xbox Live to both Android and iOS, with the release of a new software development kit in the works. Nintendo Switch developers will also be able to take advantage of it, which could make for an interesting dynamic on Nintendo’s console.

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