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Government Pressurizes Microsoft To Access Personal Information of Users

The software giant seems to be adamant to refuse to let any government authority take use of its users’ personal information.

According to the most recent news about Microsoft, it was seen that the tech and software giant, along with many other companies of its kind, have been facing issues from the Government regarding demands made to give it access to the personal information of the users. 381 more words


Collector's Edition For 'Rise of the Tomb Raider' Announced

Square Enix Inc. today announced a collector’s edition for Rise of the Tomb Raider that is available exclusively from the Square Enix e-store and the… 105 more words

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Update Lets Users Replace Google Now With Cortana for Android

There’s an update to Cortana for Android that finally lets users do one simple thing: make it the default assistant instead of Google Now.

Microsoft began its private beta for Cortana for Android last month, and while it came with… 136 more words


All Four 'Gears of War' Xbox 360 Games Now Included With 'Gears of War: Ultimate Edition'

The Coalition has announced that the entire Gears collection of games on Xbox 360 will be unlocked through backwards compatibility for those who purchase Gears of War: Ultimate Edition… 180 more words

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‘Revenge porn:’ Putting victims back in control | Microsoft Wins at Moral Standars.

On July 22nd, 2015.  Microsoft made a blog post addressing a growing trend, “Revenge Porn”.

For those of you who did not know what this is, I will explain.  310 more words


'Gears of War Ultimate Edition' Being Bundled With Xbox One Starting August 25

During a panel at San Diego Comic-Con, Gears of War co-creator Rod Fergusson announced that the upcoming Gears of War Ultimate Edition, a remake of the original… 259 more words

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E3 2015 - Microsoft Press Conference Wrap Up

This morning was the Microsoft press event – the actual kick off for E3 week. Bethesda set the tone for the week last night, and Microsoft did a great job keeping that tone all morning/noon time. 1,103 more words

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