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  2. I think I'll hold out for the foldable e-paper that they used on Caprica. https://youtu.be/suaTOGgzQxA?t=5
  3. Free Download: How to Integrate Calendars into Your App by Steven Parker Claim this complimentary guide for free today, before this offer expires. What's it about? Your 2019 Guide to Calendar Integration Success Whether you’re integrating with Google Calendar, Exchange Calendar, or Outlook there are a handful of potential snags that even the most experienced developers may be surprised by. In this guide you will learn: How to build around the deceptively complex world of recurring calendar events (RRULEs) Techniques for architecting time zone-proof integrations A lasting alternative to maintaining dozens of calendar integration connections Read the Calendar API Guide now! Download the guide. How to get it Please ensure you read the terms and conditions to claim this offer. Complete and verifiable information is required in order to receive this free offer. If you have previously made use of these free offers, you will not need to re-register. While supplies last! >> How to Integrate Calendars into Your App - Free Guide << Offered by Nylas Inc, view other free resources | Limited time offer Not for you? That's OK, there are other free eBooks on offer you can check out here, but be aware that these are all time-limited offers. If you are uncomfortable sharing your details with a third-party sponsor, we understand. Or via our preferred partner: Get a discounted Private Internet Access VPN subscription plan via Neowin #PIA #VPN #PrivateInternetAccess https://t.co/R16yqXJuGQ pic.twitter.com/QrdBEMRgWE — Neowin (@NeowinFeed) May 13, 2019 How can I disable these posts? Click here. Disclosure: A valid email address is required to fulfill your request. Complete and verifiable information is required in order to receive this offer. By submitting a request, your information is subject to TradePub.com's Privacy Policy.
  4. Ya, just from the few posts here so far and half of them had the Edge get messed up! Way to go MS with your auto updating everything so automatically! Luckily I hadn't been on this machine in a while and even though I just had my Edge get updated, I'm still on the previous version to this update! While it downloads the update, you actually have to restart it for it to update, if it's open. Otherwise it won't just update on it's own. I always get a notification to restart to update on Canary. Apparently the Dev version doesn't work that way as my version gets updated upon opening. Never been told to restart. Some how missed this update on this machine also, which I'm usually on about every other day. Edit: just got updated to 76.0.167.1 on my Dev Edge. Started up just fine and working great. Edited 36 minutes after posting this reply. That's what I mean, if it's already running it won't update until you manually restart it. I've always got it open when my PC is open so I've had to manually restart pretty much each day to get the newest canary build. I could be wrong but isn't this the same way Chrome has updated for years? No, the Dev version updates when opening it. It will take me to my home page and opens another window telling me that it's been updated. I almost never have it open except when actually using it and when there is an update, it updates then. It might update in background but have never had it tell me I need to restart it. Hope I'm explaining that correctly? Couldn't tell you if Chrome updates that way as I don't use it.
  5. Steam won't care, as long as they go through the proper API's which Epic Game Store didn't originally. Curious to see if Epic has API's setup for this thing / how they will re-act.
  6. At worst, you need galaxy to enable online play in some games. Ex. No Man's Sky, however you can play it offline w/o the Galaxy Launcher.
  7. Eternal Tempest

    Heavy Rain demo is now available on PC through Epic Games Store

    There's 15+ different endings. Each playable character has 4-5 endings with the exception of Scott who has 3. I haven't been able to play them all because Ethan and Sean (the son) are just a trudge during subsequent plays. Darn it... I need to fire that up on the PS3 again.
  8. There's 15+ different endings. Each playable character has 4-5 endings with the exception of Scott who has 3. I haven't been able to play them all because Ethan and Sean (the son) are just a trudge during subsequent plays.
  9. MtnDewCodeRedFreak

    Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 14393.2999 - here's what's new

    1607 and earlier releases seem like eons ago, lol.
  10. Microsoft updates Xbox app for Android and iOS with improved messaging by João Carrasqueira Microsoft is rolling out a new update to the Xbox app on mobile devices, and it brings an improved experience for the messaging aspect of the app. The new experience was first teased when Microsoft announced that it would be removing support for messaging in the Xbox app for Windows 10 in favor of an improved experience that's expected to come through the Game Bar overlay. Both the Android and iOS versions of the app have been updated, and though the changelogs on the respective app stores are different, they seem to include the same changes, according to Mehedi Hassan of Thurrott.com. The new messaging experience should be faster and more performant, and there have been improvements made to group chats. Image credit: Thurrot.com There's also now a section for message requests, which is where you'll have your messages from people you don't know. This is pretty similar to experiences on platforms like Facebook, and it should help you keep spam from disrupting your conversations. If you haven't yet, you can download the app for Android from the Play Store, and for iOS from the App Store to try the new messaging features.
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  12. Eternal Tempest

    Heavy Rain demo is now available on PC through Epic Games Store

    An amazing game, with one of the few Playstation Move (motion controls) that worked. That being said, if I remember correctly, there is only one ending so not so much re-playability.
  13. Epic Game Store can get a big Dracarys! Epic is single handily killing the PC platform and its a shame.
  14. Sweet! As someone that is a PC-only gamer outside of portables (I own a 3DS) I never got to try this game. Downloading now.
  15. Microsoft's Project xCloud technically supports 3,500 games by Rich Woods Today, Microsoft announced more details around its Project xCloud game streaming service. Most importantly, developers won't have to make any modifications to their games for them to be supported by xCloud. That means that technically, Project xCloud supports the over 3,500 games that are playable on the Xbox One, even including the Backward Compatibility list. That means that Xbox and Xbox 360 games will work as well. Moreover, Microsoft said that there are over 1,900 games in development for the Xbox One, so that brings the total to well over 5,000 games. And when a game is updated on the Xbox Store, it's automatically updated for xCloud. Of course, the key words to pay attention to in the blog post are "technical capability". Just because a game is technically able to stream doesn't mean that it will. Presumably, this will be left up to the developer. Microsoft also made some improvements to the Xbox Development Kit, adding a new IsStreaming API, which will let the game know when it's streaming. This way, game developers can add features that are specific to streaming. Obviously, there's a lot more information to come. Presumably, we'll hear more at E3 in June.
  16. Reminds me of Google Glass. Neat concept, way too expensive and not that practical.
  17. yes, a PC demo for a 9 year old game; that's totally gonna help sales /s I'm sure those who cared about the game have played through it or watched a playthrough of it by now
  18. Heavy Rain demo is now available on PC through Epic Games Store by Pulasthi Ariyasinghe Quantic Dream is working on bringing its selection of PlayStation exclusives - Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and Detroit: Become Human - over to PC this year, and the studio recently revealed that demos for each game would arrive on the new platform a month before they each launch. And right on schedule, the Heavy Rain demo has landed on the Epic Games Store, finally letting PC players have a crack at the award-winning adventure game. The free demo gives access to the first act of Heavy Rain, presenting the initial two chapters that introduce players to Norman Jayden and Scott Shelby, an FBI profiler and a private detective, respectively, that are hunting the Origami Killer. Players will meet the remaining two playable characters in the full game, which is slated to launch exclusively on the Epic Games Store on June 24. As for PC specific enhancements, the demo, as well as the full game will feature "graphics in 4K resolution, 60 fps and Widescreen compatibility" according to the store page. However, as of publishing this article, the PC demo seems to be giving everyone an error when trying to launch it. The studio is working on a fix right now. UPDATE: According to a new tweet by the studio, it has managed to track down the issue with launching the demo, but it seems PC players will have to wait at least until 10am CEST tomorrow, May 25, to get an update on the situation.
  19. I have my shocked face on right now. 😆
  20. SyntheticVirusZ

    Windows Media Creation Tool and May update question?

    Thanks!
  21. Sales for this super expensive thing were never going to be high IMO. Even if it went smooth and didn't have issues, it's just way too high priced.
  22. doesn't matter now but you could have enabled manually it from edge://flags this is just the first version it automatically enables itself based on your windows setting. I don't notice anything different with it now that it auto enables Aye, i did enable Chrome with the flag (didnt know if you could in chromium, didnt try TBH) ... but after it updated, and went dark... it was soothing
  23. It should be pointed out that this version of LTSC loses mainstream support on October 12, 2021. There's also a LTSC version of 1809 to for whatever it's worth.
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