All new Inside Xbox to kick off next week’s gamescom 2019 from Cologne, Germany

Microsoft is planning a big presence at gamescom in Germany, next week, and the Xbox team will kicks things off with a special Inside Xbox episode live from Cologne on Monday which will kick off at 5 p.m. CEST / 11 a.m. ET.

Microsoft encourages Xbox gamers to “be a hero from home,” with 2,000 Microsoft Rewards points, chan

In the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak, Microsoft has a new way to encourage Xbox gamers to stay home to help stop the spread of the virus

Amazon joins the crowded field of 1st party game developers, beginning with Crucible

Amazon pitches both Crucible and New World as seemingly stand-alone offerings from a relatively nascent gaming company.

[email protected] Spotlight launches to showcase indie games

The [email protected] team announced yesterday the [email protected] Spotlight, a new initiative to highlight new indie games coming soon to Xbox One.

Mixer continues to lag behind Twitch and YouTube, according to new quarterly report

Even though the number of unique active channels on Mixer grew during Q1 2020, the service is still struggling to attract an audience according to a new report.

Microsoft’s new Edge browser inches up in popularity, now 2nd most popular browser

NetMarketShare released its monthly report for March 2020 which shows that the new Microsoft Edge browser is now the second most popular desktop browser.

Xbox Spring Savings Sale offers up to 75% savings on more than 500 Xbox games

Microsoft has just kicked off its Xbox Spring Saving Sales, offering up to 75% discounts on more than 500 Xbox One and Xbox 360 games.

Resident Evil 3 review: A thrilling rollercoaster ride that doesn’t last long enough

Capcom’s Resident Evil 3 remake is out today, launching a year after the critically-acclaimed remake of Resident Evil 2. The latter was a huge best-seller last year, and it’s safe to say that Capcom had a lot of pressure on its hands to not disappoint fans of the survival horror franchise.

Microsoft’s Windows Virtual Desktop service is now “feature complete” and may launch as soon as next

Microsoft is getting ready to release the Windows Virtual Desktop—or WVD for short—to the general public, as the service has become “feature complete,” according to its group manager Scott Manchester.

Office 365 from the Microsoft Store, or Office 365 retail download, which is right for me?

In this guide, we'll explain the differences between installing Office 365 from the Microsoft Store, and from the retail download.

LinkedIn mobile app could soon get dark mode support

The development team behind the LinkedIn app for Android seems to be working on a dark mode for it.

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Facebook Oculus:即将暗淡的新星

如果说Oculus Rift是近年来硅谷罕见的消费级科技新星的话,那么当它的前面署上Facebook的时候,就注定了她短暂光辉的暗淡。两者一切结合的可能都是空谈,他们之间最大的合作点就是互不干涉。

SpaceX Releases Video of Falcon Rocket's Splashdown

First time accepted submitter cowdung (702933) writes In spite of Elon Musk's characterization of the landing as a KABOOM event. Judging by this video SpaceX has managed to land the first stage rocket booster nicely on the ocean after their Orbcomm launch on July 14th.

Smart skin could make aircraft “feel” damage like a human being

BAE Systems is developing a human-like skin which utilises thousands of micro-sensors to spot any problems with an airplane immediately as they begin to occur.Read more:

How Close Are We to a Real Iron Man Suit?

If we are just talking about an armored suit that augments a human's strength and weaponry, then we're extremely close. But if we're talking about something with all of the primary abilities of Iron Man's character (i.e. flight, clean infinite power, and repulsor beams),



Senior Islamic State commander killed in Afghanistan

Afghan officials say a senior Islamic State commander has been killed in a drone strike in the southern Helmand province.The deputy provincial governor says the commander, identified as Abdul Rauf,

Be 'Happy': Marvin Gaye family isn't suing Pharrell Williams for that song too

LOS ANGELES — Put on your Arby's hat and kick off your weekend with a smile, because the family of the late Marvin Gaye, which just won a $7.4 million jury prize in the "Blurred Lines" case, cannot also come after Pharrell Williams' "Happy" money.

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