According to data from local retailers, Microsoft sold 80,000 units of its new console in the UK in its first week.
The Android Microsoft To-Do app updated today with a number of improvements. With this update, users can now choose more snooze options and enjoy a fresh re-design of the My Day pane which now incorporates popup-up suggestions. Bugs affecting colors in dark mode have also been adjusted for clarity.
Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is now playable on Microsoft’s Xbox One consoles. The game is the latest in the Ace Combat series and comes just a day after its Xbox 360 predecessor, Ace Combat 6, gained Xbox One backwards compatibility. Interestingly, those who buy Ace Combat 7:
Microsoft’s SwiftKey Keyboard updated to Version 18.104.22.168 today on Android devices. This latest update added the ability to use arrow keys in text fields, new improvements to the Arabic keyboard, and also finally integrated the option to remove (or add back) the search bar.
Here’s a quick update to those wondering about how to join the Xbox Ambassadors Program. The Xbox Ambassadors Program is made up of a group of diehard Xbox gamers who want to share their expertise with the Xbox community. Their goal is to make Xbox the most inclusive and the best place to play.
With Windows apps being updated through the Microsoft Store almost independently from the major operating system updates, it’s sometimes hard to pinpoint when and what new features have been implemented versus usual developer maintenance.
Windows 10 automatically updates with new features and quality improvements as you use your device. Generally, this process works without any intervention, ensuring you’ve always got the latest release of Windows. In this guide,
The developers behind PUBG are releasing a new player map for fans of the game. The new map is a cold, wintery island which the developers are calling Vikendi, and will be available on January 22 for Xbox One and PS4 consoles as a free update for the game.
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Welcome back to our Windows 10 news recap. We are continuing the trend of our weekly “Windows 10 news recap” series where we go over the top stories of the past week in the world of Microsoft’s flagship operating system.
Microsoft (MSFT) news recap is a weekly feature highlighting the top Microsoft news stories of the past week. Sit back, grab some coffee, and enjoy the read! Microsoft Rewards adds Starbucks, Pizza Express, Debenhams and more gift cards in the UK To please Microsoft Rewards’ UK members,
Not only is styrofoam great for all your packing needs, it also makes for an incredibly effective and lightweight insulator. It's just too bad the chemicals and processes needed to make it aren't as earth-friendly as they could be.
一、理论准备 Pull解析器的运行方式与 SAX 解析器相似。它提供了类似的事件，如：开始元素和结束元素事件，使用parser.next()可以进入下一个元素并触发相应事件。
The Moto G is Motorola's best-selling smartphone ever, and it just got a little bit better: there's now an LTE version available, as well as budget version called the Moto E.Read more...
今天Google Doodle出现了一个大家都非常熟悉的东西，他就是魔术方块(Magic Cube)，在中国称为魔方，而首页就是纪念他被发明了40周年。
An anonymous reader writes "Toyota is on track to launch the first consumer fuel-cell car in Japan next year, and the country's Prime Minister says the government wants to assist the new alternative to gas-driven vehicles. Shinzo Abe announced that Japan will offer subsidies of almost $20,
IP EXPO Europe, a two-day conference showcasing the most important developments in the world of enterprise IT, is upon us once more and this year's edition looks like it's going to be a scorcher. Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/10/08/ip-expo-europe-2014-live-coverage-photos-and-analysis/
Transcense is a new app that accurately translates conversations in real time so the deaf and hard of hearing can participate in meetings, presentations and conversations. Founders Thibault Duchemin, Pieter Doevendans and Skinner Cheng, all deaf themselves, say one-on-one conversations are easy.
schwit1 writes: Shuji Nakamura won the 2014 Nobel Prize in Physics (along with two other scientists) for his work inventing blue LEDs. But long ago he abandoned Japan for the U.S. because his country's culture and patent law did not favor him as an inventor.