A lot of gaming news, some update clues, and a whole lot of Redstone back and forth. Not only that, but there's a little extra something at the end too. Be sure to catch up via our guide below.
This past week brought mostly good things for gamers on Xbox, along with a sprinkling of news about Redstone 4 and 5, and some oft-present updates. Be sure to catch up via our handy guide.
This week, we look at Redstone 4 and 5, the attention given to the gaming experience on Xbox, and a few noteworthy changes in the pipeline. Be sure to catch up via our handy guide.
Quite a lot took place at the Redmond campus this past week. From gaming for everyone and their dog, to the wrap-up of Redstone 4 and an interesting future ahead. Catch up with our guide below.
In honor of the tradition of hiding Easter eggs in games behind cheat codes, gaming e-commerce site Fanatical has kicked off its very own Easter Egg Hunt. There are five codes to unlock until April 3.
It's been a bit more of a quiet week, but the news was noteworthy nonetheless. Previews for everyone, updates as well, and much more. Be sure to catch up with our handy guide below.
Packaged as part of a bundle, you can now get both of the first Metro games at an 83 percent discount compared to the full price. Keep in mind the promotion is valid for the next 48 hours.
Yet another week's gone by, and as usual, Microsoft's been busy. From golden gaming bananas, to previews, updates, and everything else, be sure to catch up with our handy guide below.
A lot of things took place over in Redmond this past week, from the switch to the Redstone 5 branch, to worthwhile gaming goodies and updates aplenty. Catch up with our handy guide.
Electronic Arts has sent out an email letting users know about changes made to the way its games are updated and accessed. It involves a 120-day period, after which verification is required.
According to the data gathered, attacks with the end goal of installing malicious crypto miners have increased by 1.5 times between 2016 and the end of 2017, netting criminals a hefty sum of money.
Quite a bit has taken place in Microsoft's backyard this week, from gaming announcements to general updates and business-oriented Insider changes. Be sure to catch up with our handy guide.
Microsoft has signed an agreement with energy provider Sunseap to purchase 100% of the output of the latter's solar power installation. This will be the largest project of its kind in Singapore.
Continuing its ninth ever BundleFest, gaming retailer Fanatical has unveiled its Batman and Warner Bros Pick & Mix bundles for day two of the event. New offers every day until next Monday.
Swiss-Hungarian encrypted storage provider Tresorit has announced the availability of a File Restore feature, along with doubling the storage of both subscription tiers for personal accounts.
From previews for everyone and everything, to bodies of water of a thieving nature, to patches of the greatest variety, there's been a lot of Microsoft news this week. Catch up with our handy guide.
Looking towards the neural network and machine learning market, Arm has announced a new platform composed of two IP cores. Codenamed Project Trillium, it's set for an early preview in April.
Many things took place in Microsoft's back garden these past seven days. From Redstone 5 to SKU changes, app updates and quirky projects, be sure to catch up on the week with our handy dandy guide.
Microsoft's System Center suite is now on a semi-annual release schedule, with version 1801 being now available. It is noteworthy that SCCM will continue to be released three times a year.
For developers who want a little bit more flexibility in terms of setting an app's base price, Microsoft has added free-form pricing. This is available for single markets and within a certain range.
Bloober Team's psychological horror title is getting a release on the Switch under the Layers of Fear: Legacy moniker. It arrives in the first quarter of this year and includes the base game plus DLC.
A new version of Template Studio has now gone live, adding, among a few other changes, support for the Visual Basic programming language, as well as the Prism framework. There is only one known issue.
Microsoft's effort to streamline event handling on its cloud platform, Azure Event Grid, has now reached its general availability phase. Available in 10 of Azure's regions, with more coming soon.
Gaming backend provider PlayFab, whose services are used by the likes of Bandai Namco, Capcom, and Disney, has been acquired by Microsoft in an effort to bolster the latter's gaming efforts.
In case you are using popular anti-malware software Malwarebytes and are experiencing high resource usage (particularly RAM), it's recommended you update to the latest version available.
id Software's bloody shooter gets its lowest price point to date, with a rather sizable 68% discount. As is usually the case, the offer won't be around for too long. Valid until January 28, 4PM GMT.
In an attempt to help developers translate their app ideas into code faster, Microsoft Garage has unveiled Ink to Code. Geared towards UI prototyping, it's available now in the U.S. and Canada.
Continuing its effort to secure data in the cloud, Microsoft has now brought encryption of data at rest by default to its Azure Search cloud component. Available right now in all regions and SKUs.
Microsoft's online analytics processing engine - or OLAP - has gotten an extension on its region availability. This relates to two consumer-facing U.S. regions and two government-focused ones.
Following the discovery of three critical flaws in a range of processors, OEMs and OS manufacturers have issued various patches. Microsoft has detailed what performance impact its patches have.
In an effort to create what it calls a "universal blood test" and thus enable better treatment and detection of disease, Microsoft has partnered with Seattle-based Adaptive Biotechnologies.
The Redmond giant has announced it will purchase storage and hybrid cloud solution provider Avere Systems. The latter has DreamWorks, Sony Pictures, and The Library of Congress as clients.
Switzerland-based storage provider Tresorit has released its first transparency report. The document covers the firm's complex legal framework and user requests from September 2013 to November 2017.
Microsoft has released another freebie, the second edition of 'The Developer's Guide to Microsoft Azure'. In it, you get a rundown of how the service works and how it handles different scenarios.
Gaming-focused Voice-over-IP client Discord has just announced it reached the 87 million registered users milestone. Furthermore, next year will bring improved screen share, Rich Presence, and more.
The software giant has announced a preview of its Lv2-series Azure virtual machines which support AMD's EPYC processors. Specifically, the one highlighted is the dual-socket EPYC 7551.
In partnership with Bethesda, Fanatical has released it latest bundle which packages the Doom Classic Complete, Doom 3: BFG Edition and DOOM (2016). The latter gets a 66.6% discount, its biggest yet.
In an effort to improve and enhance how businesses use IoT, Microsoft has unveiled Azure Location Based Services. The new cloud offering will give "location-based insights" to business customers.
Initially added in the 1.2 release of GOG Galaxy back in March, Universal Cloud Save-compatible titles have been growing since. The storefront has just announced the addition of another 30 games.
In case you missed last week's free weekend on Steam, you can now try out SpellForce 3 free of charge on GOG until November 27, 11PM UTC. The game comes out December 7 on GOG and Steam.