Microsoft has decided to officially release its list of deals that include savings on Surface devices, Windows 10 PCs, Xbox One consoles and other gaming accessories.
Microsoft is flipping its low cost switch on again and turing the Surface Go into the entry level device it was arguably designed to be.
Microsoft’s Brad Rossetti just announced today that the feature is now going offline, and will return in the next few weeks.
At the time, the link redirected to Microsoft’s homepage with no indication of an Xbox Gear shop even being contemplated by the company, however, today, the link now opens a holder page with several people donning various clothing with Xbox branding and the tag, “coming soon.”
Windows team manages to keep the wheels of progress greased and running as they seed build 17634 to Skip Ahead Insider participants.
Store editors are removing the installer tool as the company sees it violating its Store policies.
The Store on Microsoft’s Xbox One console has just updated and, while there hasn’t been any major changes to the way it looks or functions, all of the video games in “Games coming soon” category now feature a bright yellow “PREORDER” label. This was likely done to encourage users to pre-order titles but also clarifies […]
Students and faculty can snatch up a Surface Pro with Signature Type Cover or a Surface Laptop with $150 taken off their respective totals
There are rumors that the Surface Book may be getting the next device in its line sometime soon, but for right now, we can only interpret this as the current Surface Book getting production toned down.
A group of developers got together to see just how bad user perception is versus actual usage and the numbers started to etch out a different narrative.
A deal that’s popped up from time to time is back, and once again, prospective PC buyers can now shop for the perfect device.
Microsoft’s recently announced Surface Studio is already “out of stock” and won’t be shipping until early 2017. The prosumer machine seems to have got a lot of fans worldwide.
A Surface Pro with 256GB, 8GB RAM and an Intel Core i5 processor are eligible for the $150 gift code as well as Surface Books with similar configurations.
Announced a few days ago in a press release from integrated global media and entertainment company Starz, owners of an Xbox One and (presumably) Xbox One S will now be able to stream the network’s original shows.