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Alongside changes to its Xbox Music offering - now called Groove Music - Microsoft has also announced some tweaks on the way for its Movies & TV app in Windows 10, formerly known as Xbox Video.
Microsoft has announced changes to its Xbox Music offering, starting with a new name: the service will now be known as Groove Music, and subscriptions will be called Groove Music Pass.
If you've been thinking of buying an Xbox One, now might be a good time to go for it - you can currently get a free $40 gift card when you buy Microsoft's newest console from GameStop.
In its latest revelation about the OnePlus 2, the company's CEO Pete Lau has said that the new flagship-class handset - which will feature a Snapdragon 810 processor - will cost less than $450.
Microsoft is offering a free 12-month subscription for EA Access with its Xbox One in the UK, giving buyers of the console unlimited gameplay from a library of titles, plus 10% off EA game purchases.
Samsung UK has said that it won't be rolling out Android 5.x for its Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note II, despite these handsets getting the Lollipop update in other parts of the world.
The fact that Lumia phones still sell in relatively small numbers just goes to show that these devices aren't perfect. Here are five things that drive us ever so slightly mad about the Lumia range.
With less than 4% of the global smartphone market, Lumia phones aren't exactly a sales hit - but there's still lots to like about Microsoft's Windows Phones. Here are five things we love about Lumia.
From Bing Pong and Uber maps, to anti-malware amnesty, Sprint's call for help, Apple's music 'revolution' and a whole lot of Windows 10, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
BlackBerry's new handset features a slide-out keyboard, and has apparently been revealed in a leaked image, showing a Galaxy S6 edge-style dual-curved display, and what seems to be stock Android.
Microsoft's Bing team has apparently been feeling a bit nostalgic lately, having added an in-browser version of classic video game Pong to its search site, which you can play now.
The latest Windows 10 Mobile preview has been available for a week, and we're eager to hear what you think of it so far. Has it been a joy to use, or have you downgraded back to Windows Phone 8.1?
Leading UK retail group Dixons Carphone has announced a partnership with US carrier Sprint, under which the two companies will launch up to 500 new retail stores across the United States.
Microsoft is giving away a free set of Nokia Coloud Boom headphones to customers who purchase any Windows Phone from its store - but the offer will only remain available "while supplies last".
Google has quietly slashed the cost of its Nexus 6 in the UK, with prices now starting at £303.99 for the unlocked 32GB model - £175 cheaper than what Motorola is still charging for the device.
Acer's first Windows Phone for several years is now available in more markets - but while the model that's launched in Canada will have 1GB RAM and 8GB storage, in Russia, it only gets 512MB / 4GB.
Meizu has unveiled its new MX5 flagship, which features a 5.5-inch AMOLED screen, 3GB RAM, fingerprint reader, 4G LTE, dual-SIM, 20.7MP camera with 4K video recording, and more, priced from $290.
The team behind CyanogenMod is working on its own web browser called 'Gello', based on open source Chromium code, and some of its features have been revealed in an official teaser video.
The Lumia 635 is no stranger to price-cutting promotions, and with the latest offer, you can get $30 off the 4G Windows Phone, bringing its price down to $49.99 off-contract on T-Mobile.
Android 5.1.1 is rolling out to the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge on T-Mobile and US Cellular - but owners of the two Samsung flagships on Sprint are now getting the slightly older Android 5.1 update instead.
Microsoft has revealed a range of new features in its 'Xbox on Windows 10' app, including Game Hubs, a revised Xbox Avatars app, the ability to share achievements to your Activity feed, and more.
Along with the rollout of its iOS 8.4 update, Apple has launched its Beats 1 global 24/7 radio station, and its new music service, which it claims "will change the way you think about music forever".
After releasing its first Android 5.1.1 factory image for the Nexus 7 back in May, Google has now quietly made a new build available of its latest Lollipop version via its Developers site.
Microsoft certainly raised expectations with its latest build, claiming that it has no known issues worth noting, and is "full of improvements to stability and quality". But is it actually any good?
The latest Windows 10 Insider Preview brings improvements to battery life on the Surface Pro 3, and a fix for the issues that previously prevented the Surface 3 from upgrading to newer preview builds.
Microsoft is now rolling out its latest Windows 10 Insider Preview, build 10158, which adds features like Cortana integration with Office 365, an updated Photos app, and other improvements.
One month after Microsoft rolled out its last Windows 10 Insider Preview, the company is now rolling out a new PC build - and it claims build 10158 'doesn't have any significant known issues'.
Microsoft is selling off its ad sales business to AOL, in a deal that will reportedly include the transfer of around 1,200 staff, and under the terms, AOL will ditch Google in favour of Bing search.
After announcing the sale of some of its mapping technology to Uber earlier today, Microsoft has now said in a statement that it will no longer collect any of its own mapping data for Bing Maps.
Advertising platform AdDuplex has published its latest statistics report for Windows Phone, showing Lumia's continued dominance of the platform, and early popularity for the new Windows 10 Mobile.
We're very happy to announce a new giveaway today, in which one lucky winner will get not only an Xbox One, but also four controllers, Kinect and Halo: The Master Chief Collection!
Microsoft's Lumia 640 and 640 XL have been available for weeks with a free one-year Office 365 Personal subscription - but after June 30, that offer will no longer be available in the United Kingdom.
Microsoft has released a new app for Windows Phone 8.1, which is designed to make it easier to manage settings for incoming calls, including configuration of your call-forwarding preferences.
Apple has revealed launch timings for its new 'revolutionary' music streaming service, and its Beats 1 global radio station, on Tuesday, starting with the rollout of iOS 8.4, and a new seed of iOS 9.
A new Surface Pro tablet has arrived - but alas, it's not the Pro 4 that many have been hoping for. Instead, Microsoft has quietly added a new model to its existing Surface Pro 3 line-up.
From HoloLens in space and Windows 10 on track, to talking Straw, the new PS4, Xbox down in Japan, and "the ultimate portable computer", it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
One of two new high-end Windows 10 Mobile handsets was tracked on the AdDuplex network with a Quad HD display - and a report claims to have confirmed the key specs of the new 'Cityman' Lumia flagship.
Archos claims its new device is "the ultimate portable computer", but its $99 PC Stick seems to be a near-identical copy of other dongle-sized Windows PCs that have already been released.
You can now buy Microsoft's Lumia 640 in the UK for under £100, SIM-free and unlocked - a significant saving compared with many other retailers, and a massive £70 cheaper than the Microsoft Store.
Microsoft is ending support for its Outlook.com Android app, in favor of the newer 'Outlook for Android' app that it launched in January - but the new app isn't supported on older versions of the OS.
10130 is still the most recent Windows 10 build officially released by Microsoft, but after 10147 leaked onto the web last week, release notes for the even newer build 10154 have now been revealed.
Microsoft's recent focus on lower-end devices has worked well for it in some markets, including India, but the company says it will launch new high-end Windows 10 Mobile handsets there this year.
SanDisk said in March that its new 200GB microSDXC card would be available to buy this quarter priced at $400 - but the card has now gone on sale with a price tag that's far lower than expected.
Microsoft's latest non-preview OS update is now available for XOLO's newest Windows Phone, the Win Q1000. Update 2 adds new features such as more granular app permissions and a revised Settings hub.
Apple's OS development has reached its latest milestone, with the rollout of beta 2 releases of iOS 9, OS X El Capitan and watchOS 2, each of which is available to download now.
Atom Bank will launch later this year, but it won't have any branches or ATMs of its own. Instead, it will offer its banking services via a mobile app, and plans to include biometric security support.
Meizu is launching the MX4 Ubuntu Edition, an 8.9mm-thick handset with a 5.36-inch Full HD display, octa-core processor, 20.7MP camera, 4G LTE, 3100mAh battery and more, for €299.
Days after Android 5.1.1 began rolling out to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge on T-Mobile, the latest Lollipop version is now available for Samsung's flagship handsets on US Cellular.
Adobe has released a security patch for its Flash Player to fix a critical security vulnerability that has apparently been exploited by a Chinese cyber-espionage group for several weeks.