Posted 22 hours ago ago at Microsoft Major Nelson with 3 recent echos
For the month of December, Xbox Live Gold members will receive three new free games on Xbox One and Xbox 360 as part of the Games with Gold program. On Xbox One, Xbox Live Gold members can download Worms Battlegrounds $24.99 ERP for free during the month of December.
Posted 14 hours ago ago at Betanews with 3 recent echos
Web pages can be interesting, transient things; they can be there one minute and gone the next. But while a web page may vanish, that does not mean that all traces of it vanish from the internet. Earlier today an intriguing looking article popped up in my news reader there are many benefits to sticking with RSS feeds: a post on the Microsoft blog with the title blank post please delete. Authored by Rajesh Jha, my RSS reader InoReader showed that the post content was very similar to the title...
Posted 20 hours ago ago at Neowin with 2 recent echos
Microsoft strategy to combat low priced Android devices appears to be paying off as vendors are now pushing down on the floor to create ridiculously low priced Windows tablets. The WinBook TW70CA17 is a 7 inch Windows 8.1 tablet and it costs $59.99. The device is on sale at MicroCenter and is good for in store pickup only. The specs, as you would expect at this price point, are entry level but include an Intel BayTrail T Z3735G 1.33GHz Quad Core CPU, HD IPS LCD 7 1280x800 display, 1GB RAM &...
Posted 2 days ago ago at Windows IT Pro with 1 recent echos
When Microsoft first announced Windows 10 back in early October, it did so at an event that was billed as being focused on businesses. But that wasn't really the case, and most of the short launch event just highlighted some of the user interface tweaks that will make Windows great on traditional PCs again. Since then, however, Microsoft has opened up about its plans a bit more. And one of the big changes coming in Windows 10 is that the firm will allow businesses to customize Windows Store...
Posted 2 days ago ago at Microsoft Major Nelson with 1 recent echos
This weeks games and add on deals on the Xbox Games Store is significantly larger than normal, as we gear up for Black Friday. These dHowever, these are just some of what Xbox has planned for Black Friday; well be discounting even more digital Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles for Black Friday Weekend – look for those details in a few days. For a list of Xbox deals at retail, click over to the Xbox Black Friday site, and follow @majornelson for on the fly updates.
Posted 1 day ago ago at Microsoft Major Nelson with 1 recent echos
: Each month, regular updates will add classics like Star Trek: The Next Generation, Terminator 2: Judgement Day, Twilight Zone, Creature from the Black Lagoon, Monster Bash, Medieval Madness, Funhouse, Attack from Mars, Circus Voltaire, Big Shot and many others for years to come! along with online tournaments and additional modes to challenge yourself and compete against your friends. The Pinball Arcade is the most realistic and comprehensive pinball game ever created!
Posted 14 days ago ago at Microsoft Virtual PC Guy with 1 recent echos
Yesterday, we announced that we would be releasing updated integration components over Windows Update from now on in more details here: http: blogs.technet.com b virtualization archive 2014 11 11 hyper v integration components are available through windows update.aspx. Specifically, we announced that if you are running Windows Technical Preview server or desktop and you have virtual machines running: I setup a clean installation of Windows 7 SP1 inside a virtual machine on my Windows 10...
Posted 12 days ago ago at GigaOM with 1 recent echos
Now that the smoke is clearing and echoes of Skrillex are fading its time for a quick post mortem of the third annual AWS Re:Invent in Las Vegas. Whats this now? An Amazon Web Services event without any price cuts? Unheard of. That could be because AWS is pushing to prove that its cloud is about way more than low level pipes and gears. To be fair, it never was really about price, but face it, price cuts on basic compute and storage by AWS, Google and Microsoft have driven much of the dialogue...