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Minecraft’s “Better Together” update launches today.

Minecraft’s “Better Together” update launches today. It allows players on Xbox, mobile, VR, and Windows 10 to play together. It also adds a host of new features like new host options, game start rules, and parrots (!!!). The Nintendo Switch version, unfortunately, isn’t ready yet, but Mojang says it’ll be out this…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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Xbox’s Upcoming Line-Up Is Disappointing But Has Some Bright Spots

Microsoft showed off its Xbox holiday line-up at a showcase in Manhattan last week. They spotlit several games and the new, more powerful Xbox One X version of the console. While the games were fun, a lack of flagship titles left me wondering how strong the new console’s launch will be.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Xbox’s Upcoming Line-Up Is Disappointing But Has Some Bright Spots

Microsoft showed off its Xbox holiday line-up at a showcase in Manhattan last week. They spotlit several games and the new, more powerful Xbox One X version of the console. While the games were fun, a lack of flagship titles left me wondering how strong the new console’s launch will be.Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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EA Says It Will Try To Help Its Dreamer Employees

On Tuesday, President Trump and his administration announced that they would end the DACA program which allows undocumented youth brought to the United States as children to work and receive protection from deportation. Some major tech and gaming corporations have spoken out about DACA, including Madden and Sims…Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Alexa and Cortana Teamed Up, But Consumer Tech Is Still Stuck in an Ecosystem War

The voice interfaces Cortana and Alexa will soon be able to activate each other for functions that one does better than the other, Amazon and Microsoft announced today. It’s the kind of cooperation that we don’t see enough between the Big Five, or really any company that’s grown out of its “desperately cobble together…Read more… […]

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Microsoft Again Stretches Definition Of ‘Exclusive’

One of the most annoying trends in video games is the word “exclusive,” which perhaps once meant “limited” or “restricted” but now, thanks to Microsoft and Sony, means absolutely nothing. Today’s big exclusive is PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. Which probably isn’t an exclusive.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Ahead of this week’s Gamescom, Microsoft is holding a news event at 3:00PM EDT today where the compa

Ahead of this week’s Gamescom, Microsoft is holding a news event at 3:00PM EDT today where the company will reveal new information about the Xbox One X (like pre-orders finally going live) as well as show off some new game trailers. You can watch the press briefing live right here.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Ahead of this week’s Gamescom, Microsoft is holding a news event at 3:00PM EDT today where the compa

Ahead of this week’s Gamescom, Microsoft is holding a news event at 3:00PM EDT today where the company will reveal new information about the Xbox One X (like pre-orders finally going live) as well as show off some new game trailers. You can watch the press briefing live right here.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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Ahead of this week’s Gamescom, Microsoft is holding a news event at 3:00PM EDT today where the compa

Ahead of this week’s Gamescom, Microsoft is holding a news event at 3:00PM EDT today where the company will reveal new information about the Xbox One X (like pre-orders finally going live) as well as show off some new game trailers. You can watch the press briefing live right here.Read more… Continue Reading at http://kotaku.com

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World’s Best Teens Compete in Microsoft Office World Championship

This July, we asked for software tips from the 2017 Microsoft Office National Champions, a set of charming teens who are officially the best at using PowerPoint, Word, and Excel. The Verge recently followed these teens to the World Championship in California, where they tested their Office skills in a contest that…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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