Microsoft adds an “S” to all Windows 10 Iterations

How to make iterations of Windows 10, aka Windows Home, Windows Pro et al, more confusing? Add an S to it. Only a year back Microsoft introduced Windows 10 S which offered a more secure version of Windows by letting consumers install apps only from the Store. However, Microsoft added a free upgrade offer along with that. This was pretty ...

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Xbox One update brings Scheduled Themes, Do not Disturb, and More for all

Xbox Team is rolling out an update for all Xbox users which brings in some new features that were initially rolled out for Insiders last month. Version 1802 brings in : Do Not Disturb mode:  This will make sure you are not getting disturbed by notifications like Party invite, messages, friends coming online, and so on. Pretty useful if you ...

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Office 365 Desktop Apps can now be Downloaded directly from the Store

Office 365 is one of the core products of Microsoft, and now its available to be downloaded directly from the Microsoft / Windows Store. While this may sound like Microsoft wanted to make sure that Windows 10 S users didn’t get left out, as it only supports apps from the Store, it only makes sense for it is in the store ...

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Xbox Game Pass to include New Releases from Microsoft Studio

Xbox made a major announcement yesterday for Xbox Game Pass. It’s a subscription-based service which allows you to play over 100 titles without additional cost and get discount on new games to about 20%. The announcement was that new games published by Microsoft Studios will be released into Xbox Game Pass on the same date as their global release. So for ...

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Xbox One X India Launch, Plans & Strategy for India, and things to come

Yesterday, Microsoft launched Xbox One X in India at a brilliant price of Rs 49,990, a lot lower than expected pricing keeping in mind that their pricing strategy had always gone wrong when it comes to India. But then, it wasn’t the pricing that impressed us, but getting the console on time to India was just right. Xbox One and ...

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Intel announces next generation RealSense cameras with real time depth processing

Intel has introduced its next generation of RealSense cameras, Intel RealSense D415 and D435, part of Intel RealSense D400 family. The unique feature of these cameras is the real-time depth sensing & processing. According to Intel, they are trying to make these cameras work like Human eyes senses depth and to achieve these it comes with a pair of depth sensors, RGB ...

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