Microsoft will be extending support for version 1511 until April 2018 for education and enterprise users, primarily to allow these customers to finish their transition to Windows as a Service.
The first official esports tournament for the popular PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (or PUBG) video game was announced earlier today. Named, PUBG Global Invitational 2018 (or PGI 2018),
Westworld is one of the most-popular shows on TV right now and to help promote the premiere of its second season, new, free Xbox Avatar items have been made available to help gamers express their love of the show on their consoles.
The surreal Xbox One shooting game, ArteLunoda, is currently available to grab for free from the Microsoft Store. The game usually retails for just 99 cents but a free download is a free download so those who have an Xbox One console may as well download it and give it a look.
The next batch of 12 original (OG) Xbox video games, which were due to be added to the Xbox One’s library of backwards compatible titles on April 26th, are now available to purchase two days earlier than expected.
Microsoft is looking for someone to handle memory management of what seemingly will be the next piece of hardware to come from the software giant.
Windows Timeline support on Microsoft Edge has expanded to both mainstream users of the browser on iOS, and also beta testers on Android.
Windows Insiders with Windows 10 S devices are now getting the first look at the "Switch out of S mode" option in the Microsoft Store.
Windows 10 PCs and phones running the Fall Creators Update can now download the cumulative update build 16299.64.
T Xbox team is adding four new titles to the Xbox One Backward Compatibility catalog today including the kid-friendly racing game Cars: Mater-National Championship.
Xbox One X owners are reporting issues with playing Blu-rays with their new console. Thankfully, Microsoft is on the case. Microsoft’s own Mike Ybarra (@XboxQwik) announced that in a few days, there will be an Xbox One X update “to correct raised black levels w/HDR movies, etc.
Normally $48, you can pick up these stereo Bluetooth ear warmers today for just $37 with free shipping from Amazon. They probably don't sound quite as good as your Audio-Technicas, but I guarantee they'll keep you warmer.Read more...
As the 2014 World Cup kicks off in Brazil, fans are traveling to 12 stadiums over the next month to cheer on their teams. Each stadium is based in a different city, and each has an interesting story behind it.See also: World Cup Day 1 Recap: What Just Happened?
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The 3D printing industry is still very much in its infancy. But that could change if the CIA has its way. The intelligence agency's venture capital firm just invested in Voxel8 , the company behind the first multi-material, 3D electronics printer.Read more...
When was the last time you took a shower? Went outside? Lived life? We'd guess 2011, a time before Netflix streaming was a constant in your routineBecause binge-watching has reached insufferable levels of laziness (and because it's April 1),
Microsoft announced Xbox One was getting Xbox 360 backwards compatibility at E3 this year, a feature everyone but Nintendo moved away from this hardware generation. We haven’t heard much since, so we decided to ask a bunch of game publishers about some of their biggest games.Read more...