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One of the co-creators of the original Xbox has revealed some of the wild ideas the development team considered, including giving it away free, pre-loading Windows onto it, and even buying Nintendo.
A recent report claimed that Samsung is now developing its Android 5.1 update for the Galaxy Note 4 - but it seems the company isn't actually working on 5.1 for any of its devices yet.
Sony is now rolling out Lollipop to its Xperia Z3 and Z3 Tablet Compact worldwide - but the company has also announced two devices not in the Xperia Z-Series that will soon get the Android 5.0 update.
Apple has allowed its customers to trade in their old iPhones in part-exchange for a new one since 2013 - but you can now trade in select Windows, Android and BlackBerry phones under the program too.
After revealing that it will soon bring its Windows 10 preview for phones to almost the entire Lumia range, Microsoft has now confirmed plans to make the preview available for non-Lumia devices too.
ASUS has confirmed that it's bringing its Zenfone 2 to Europe, and the range-topping model - with a 2.3GHz Atom processor and 4GB RAM - will launch first in France, at the special price of just €299.
Over five months after Lollipop was first announced, Android 5.0.2 will finally be released for the HTC One M7 on AT&T tomorrow - but it will be the last OS update for the 2013 flagship.
With no fanfare at all, HTC has quietly revealed its new One E9+, which features a 5.5-inch display with 2560x1440px resolution, 3GB RAM, 20MP rear camera and a 2GHz 64-bit octa-core processor.
You can now get a free Lumia 635 with the 500GB Xbox One 'Halo: The Master Chief Collection' bundle at Best Buy - but if that doesn't appeal, you can get the same bundle with a free copy of Titanfall.
Samsung's new Android flagships are available for pre-order in the US now, although they won't actually be available until April 10 - but T-Mo has already rolled out an update to both handsets.
If you're looking for a low-cost smartphone in Australia, the perfect opportunity to buy may be just around the corner, as Big W will soon be selling the Lumia 530 for just $29, with a free cover.
From British mobile mayhem and Galaxy pre-orders, to the state of Windows apps, strange bedfellows, Halo revelations and free flights with a low-end Lumia, it's our review of the week's top tech news.
Amazon has restructured its Cloud Drive storage service with new affordable plans, starting at $11.99 a year for unlimited photo storage, along with 5GB for other documents and files.
From the low-cost Lumia 430 to the flagship Galaxy S6 Edge, there's no shortage of exciting new devices on the way for budgets of all sizes. So, tell us, which handset are you planning to buy next?
Microsoft's "affordable flagship" Windows Phone, the Lumia 830, is available right now for £199.99 SIM-free - £100 lower than its usual price - including a free Fitbit Flex and free delivery.
Google has announced the launch of its Nexus Player multimedia set-top box in the UK, where it is priced at £79.99, with an optional gamepad also available for £34.99.
Microsoft unveiled the Lumia 830 as its 'affordable flagship' in September, although its $450 price tag was too high for many. But right now, you can get the device for as little as $200 off-contract.
Microsoft will reportedly unveil a new tablet at its Build 2015 conference next month - but the device is said to be a successor to the Surface 2, rather than a new addition to its Surface Pro line.
BT has rolled out three new SIM-only mobile plans, offering up to 20GB of data with unlimited calls for £25 a month. Its mobile services will run on the EE network, which the company is trying to buy.
Microsoft has updated its Xbox Music app for Windows Phone 8.1, a week after launching its new OneDrive 'music locker', which lets users store their music in the cloud, and listen to it on any device.
Microsoft has released the ISO files for the latest version of its Windows 10 Technical Preview, after build 10041 was pushed to Insiders on the 'Slow ring' for new updates earlier today.
Telefónica has agreed to sell O2 UK to Hutchison Whampoa, owner of Three - subject to regulatory approval - in a £10.25bn deal, creating a 'super-carrier' with more customers than any other in the UK.
The Galaxy Tab S 10.5 is now getting Lollipop in several markets - but Samsung's update is not based on the latest OS version, Android 5.1, but on the older Android 5.0.2 release.
Microsoft brought Cortana in Windows 10 to six new markets with build 10041 - but not everyone has got it working yet. A Microsoft engineer has now explained the problem, and how it can be resolved.
Microsoft has teamed up with Air Asia to give 5,000 airline loyalty points to anyone who buys the Lumia 535 in Malaysia - enough to get a return flight to Phuket, Krabi or Singapore.
T-Mobile has revealed that the Microsoft Lumia 640 - the new affordable 4G Windows Phone unveiled last month with a 5-inch HD screen, Snapdragon 400 and 1GB RAM - will soon be added to its range.
Microsoft has announced new agreements with Samsung, Dell, TrekStor, QMobile, Pegatron and many more partners, to pre-install Office, Skype and OneDrive onto their Android devices.
HP's Stream 7 tablet has been available for just £74.99 in the UK for a while - but you can now get a further discount bringing the price down to just £49.99, including a free Office 365 subscription.
If you've been thinking of buying a Surface Pro 3, now may be just the right time, as Microsoft is offering discounts of up to $150 off the device, along with a free protective sleeve.
Over five months after Google first unveiled the Nexus Player, it will finally go on sale in the UK this week. Pre-orders of the Android TV device are already available, priced at £79.99.
Brits whose phones were stolen have been liable for huge call charges racked up by thieves, with some bills as high as £23,000 - but five carriers have now agreed to limit customer liability to £100.
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Microsoft finally released a new Windows 10 preview build on Wednesday - almost eight weeks after the last one arrived. If you've installed build 10041, we'd love to hear what you think of it so far.
Apple will reportedly launch its new TV set-top box at the Worldwide Developer Conference in June, introducing a new App Store and developer SDK, along with Siri and HomeKit home automation support.
After over a decade as chief executive officer of HTC, Peter Chou has stepped down from the top job to "transition to a new role leading future production innovation" at the company.
Samsung's new flagship smartphones are now available to pre-order in the UK, with SIM-free prices starting at £599.99 for the Galaxy S6 32GB, and £760.00 for the 64GB Galaxy S6 Edge.
A video reportedly shows a Microsoft demo of its new 'smart dialler' in Windows 10 for phones - a feature that allows users to quickly find contacts using their handset's alphanumeric keypad.
HTC's One M7, the Android flagship that it released in early 2013, will get no further OS updates - with the exception of the Google Play Edition of the handset, which will get Android 5.1 in April.
The new Angry Birds 3D movie will have cost more than $160m in production and marketing costs when it premieres next year - but with interest in the brand falling, its success is far from guaranteed.
A US appeals court has ruled that Microsoft must face class action claims alleging a design defect in its Xbox 360 console, which is said to cause damage to game discs, rendering them unusable.
OnePlus says that it is currently selling its handsets at a loss in the EU due to the continued decline of the euro - and as a result, it must increase the cost of its handsets there by up to €50.
HTC has announced its new 'UH OH Protection' program for the HTC One M9, offering a free replacement handset in the first year of ownership if yours ends up with water damage or a cracked screen.
Pre-orders will open on Samsung's new flagship smartphones in the UK later this week, with deliveries commencing on April 10 - or a day earlier, if you order from Samsung directly.
EE announced the death of its 2-for-1 cinema tickets deal back in December. Its replacement launches on March 30: a £1 movie rental each week from Wuaki.tv (app not available on Windows Phone).
The communications director for the World Bank has accused Microsoft of "appalling" behavior after it refused to provide a refund when his son racked up $4500 of in-game purchases on his Xbox.
Microsoft has announced the launch of a new preview of Office 2016 for IT pros and developers, which you can sign up for right now - although the company points out that it's not yet feature-complete.
Microsoft describes its Convergence 2015 conference as the "premier event for its business community" - and the company's CEO Satya Nadella is kicking things off with the opening keynote.
Sony has said that it will begin rolling out Lollipop to its flagship Xperia Z3 handsets today - weeks later than it originally promised, and five months after Android 5.0 was first announced.
From nine hours of "all-day" battery and Sony's Lollipop letdown, to the OnePlus 2 (and 3?), BoA BS, USB-C, HBO Now and pretty, curvy things, we look back at highlights from the week's top tech news.