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Xbox Game Pass is adding EA Play games to its lineup

Xbox Game Pass is adding EA Play games to its lineup

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Microsoft today announced the impending addition of games from the EA Play subscription service to its own Xbox Game Pass. These new titles will be available to Game Pass subscribers at no additional cost. EA Play will join the Game Pass lineup “this holiday,” according to a Microsoft blog post – we assume that means…
Microsoft confirms $499 Xbox Series X for Nov. 10

Microsoft confirms $499 Xbox Series X for Nov. 10

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No, that's not a Series X-compatible smart-speaker. That's the Xbox Series S. Don't talk to me or my son ever again. The Series S is nearly 60 percent smaller than the Series X, Microsoft says. The Series S comes with a controller that Microsoft is calling "Robot White" Despite the Eye of Sauron design, the…
Pentagon’s review of controversial $10B contract was a sham, Amazon claims

Pentagon’s review of controversial $10B contract was a sham, Amazon claims

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Enlarge / The Pentagon in its natural habitat—Arlington, Virginia—in 2018. Amazon is continuing to fight the Department of Defense over a $10 billion contract, as the Pentagon has completed its review of the deal and determined once again that it was correct to award the entire project to Microsoft. The DOD launched bidding for the…
This might be our first look at the Xbox Series S

This might be our first look at the Xbox Series S

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We’ve been hearing for months now that, alongside its next-gen Xbox Series X game console, Microsoft is set to unveil a cheaper model called the Xbox Series S — likely with lower-end hardware specs and without a disc drive. Now, Thurrott’s Brad Sams has just released a video of what is purported to be the…
Big tech companies want to help get you back in the office

Big tech companies want to help get you back in the...

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Enlarge / Office staff respecting social distancing during a meeting. Group of business men and women having a meeting in office during corona virus pandemic. Many things about Matt Bruinooge’s senior year at Brown are different from his previous college life. One is that he logs on to a website from tech giant Alphabet twice…
Microsoft will stop supporting Internet Explorer online in August 2021

Microsoft will stop supporting Internet Explorer online in August 2021

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On August 17, 2021, a year from the publishing of this article, Microsoft will sound the death knell for Internet Explorer. As of that date, Internet Explorer 11 will no longer be supported by many of Microsoft’s own services, including Outlook, OneDrive, Office 365, and more, according to a post on the Microsoft 365 Blog. Microsoft…
How your PS4 and Xbox One games will work on PS5 and Series X

How your PS4 and Xbox One games will work on PS5...

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Enlarge / A tense standoff across the demilitarized zone. Console gamers looking at upgrading to a new system at the end of the year likely have a few major questions about how their existing game libraries will work across console generations, such as: Will I be able to play my current games on the new…
Microsoft announces November launch for Xbox Series X, Halo Infinite delay

Microsoft announces November launch for Xbox Series X, Halo Infinite delay

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Explode! The system-on-a-chip at the heart of the system. Overhead view. A model of the airflow "vortex" helping to cool the long rectangular Series X chassis. This image is labeled as a "vapor chamber," which we can only assume is used for cooling. The chassis used to mount the Series X boards. Over a year…
Bill Gates on COVID-19: Most US tests are “completely garbage”

Bill Gates on COVID-19: Most US tests are “completely garbage”

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Enlarge / Despite trillions of dollars of economic damage, Bill Gates is optimistic that a strong pipeline of therapies and vaccines will carry the US through the pandemic.Jeff Pachoud | Getty Images For 20 years Bill Gates has been easing out of the roles that made him rich and famous—CEO, chief software architect, and chair…
GitHub buried a data archive at the north pole in case post-apocalyptic society needs help

GitHub buried a data archive at the north pole in case...

Dear people of the future: we’re sorry for whatever horrible thing we did that caused the apocalypse (was it nukes? climate change? killer robots? idiots who wouldn’t wear masks during a pandemic?). But the good news is, if you’re reading this you must have found GitHub’s buried data archive containing everything you need to reboot…

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