A number of things happened this past week, including this month's Patch Tuesday, as well as the release of Gears 5, opening up of signups for Flight Simulator's Tech Alpha, and more. Catch up below.
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Microsoft will be pushing out the latest 1910 build to Insiders in the Beta ring later today. Among the fair few fixes it also brings in the redesigned dashboard to 50% of testers.
In the freshest iteration of the closed beta for its GOG Galaxy 2.0 launcher, the company has added expanded customization options for library views, a global search feature, and much, much more.
Dark mode, one of Outlook.com's newer features, was a tad lacking in terms of customization upon release. This seems to now be in the process of being rectified with the introduction of themes.
The past seven days have seen the avid preparations for the launch of The Coalition's latest Gears of War title, the arrival of a couple of new Insider builds, and more. Be sure to catch up below.
As is always the case, a bunch of news came forth this week pertaining to Microsoft, including the split in the Release Preview ring, a Mixer review program, and more. Be sure to catch up below.
In a bid to help business better comply with changing data storage regulations, Tresorit has announced today that it's expanding its data residency options for business and enterprise customers.
The last seven days have seen the arrival of a bunch of gaming news - courtesy of gamescom -, some optional Windows updates, and the unveiling of the Edge Beta branch. Be sure to catch up below.
Today at gamescom, independent studio V1 Interactive, founded by Halo co-creator Marcus Lehto, announced that its sci-fi FPS Disintegration is coming out next year for Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
A sequel to 2017's EVERSPACE has been announced at this year's gamescom by developer Rockfish Games. Taking on an open-world design with classic RPG elements, the game will launch in 2021.
During gamescom 2019's opening night live conference, Tarsier Studios have announced the sequel to Little Nightmares, which will be out next year on current-gen consoles as well as PC.
A fair few bits of news surfaced this past week, including the cancellation of Minecraft's Super Duper Graphics Pack, the arrival of this month's Patch Tuesday, and more. catch up below.
Though a bit quiet as compared to other weeks, the past seven days have yielded a new 20H1 build and two 19H2 builds, some Dynamics 365 enhancements, and even AI news. Be sure to catch up below.
There's been a fair few bits of news this week, among which was Ninja joining Mixer full time, the discovery of an upcoming cloud restore feature in Windows 10, and more. Be sure to catch up below.
Bungie has revealed that both the free-to-play variant of Destiny 2, dubbed New Light, and the Shadowkeep expansion for the title have been delayed from September 17 to October 1.
Taking a different route to The Witcher 3, Cyberpunk 2077 - Afterlife is the card game equivalent in CDPR's upcoming RPG, only this time it's a physical product. It will be coming out in 2020.
As this year's installment of the Evolution Championship series event is around the corner, Microsoft is holding an Evo sale for fighting games on Xbox, with discounts of up to 75 percent.
Those who have gotten an invite to the Preview Alpha Skip Ahead ring of the Xbox Insider Program should be looking forward to a new build for version 1910, rolling out today at 2PM PT/5PM ET.
The Office team has pushed out its August Insider Slow update for Android, which brings a couple of event time-related additions to Outlook, and a comment-related change for Excel.
Following its teaser yesterday, Samsung has finally unveiled its Galaxy Tab S6 device, featuring a redesigned S Pen, powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 855, and with an ultrawide rear sensor.
As gamescom and the second xCloud public testing draw near, a duo of store listings have revealed regular and paid xCloud test games. It could mean that Microsoft is exploring a tiered approach.
The latest in its renewable energy investments sees Microsoft partner with First Solar to power its two upcoming Azure data centers in Arizona. The 150MW solar plant is set to be operational in 2021.
As it wants to migrate folks to Teams, Microsoft has announced that it will be retiring Skype for Business Online at the end of July, 2021. Skype for Business Server and Skype consumer are unaffected.
Another one of Microsoft's Internet of Things solutions, Azure Security Center for IoT, is now generally available. It allows for end-to-end monitoring of Internet of Things deployments.
This week was a bit quieter than usual, with the big exception being build 18947 which accidentally leaked to all Insider rings. We also got some gaming and Edge news. Be sure to catch up below.
In the process of getting to 50% net zero carbon shipments by 2030, Amazon has hit its 50 solar panel rooftop installation goal earlier than expected. It now operates 51 such installations worldwide.
This week we found got to see Microsoft's results for the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2019, the announcement of a public preview of Project xCloud at gamescom, and more. Catch up on the news below.
This week's Microsoft roundup features the numerous patches released on Tuesday, some Edge Chromium news, and even a Cuphead animated series. Be sure to catch up on all that below.
The graphics card maker has announced a refresh of its Turing-based RTX cards, unveiling the Super variants of the RTX 2060, 2070, and 2080, which are set to be available later this month.
In early July, Microsoft will begin a staggered rollout of Teams to existing Office 365 Business and ProPlus installs in the monthly update channel. The rollout will take place over several weeks.
A number of things happened this last week, including the start of testing for Halo on PC, a small set of patches being made available, and Edge Dev coming to Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 Catch up below.
Some time after the initial announcement, GOG has finally kicked off its closed beta for Galaxy 2.0. Curious folks can still sign up, though invites are sent out on a "first come, first served" basis.
Until June 24 at 1PM ET, you can get the Stitch Heads-made title Kabounce for free on Steam. The multiplayer pinball title supports up to 4 player split screen, has a time attack mode, and more.
With E3 behind us, the flow of news regained its regular pace this week. Edge arrived on older versions of Windows, a few games were added to Game Pass, and more. Be sure to catch up below.
E3 2019 took place this past week, and Microsoft was there, as usual, to showcase a number of first- and third-party games. We also got some Patch Tuesday news, and more. Catch up below.
The latest and largest expansion for State of Decay 2, Heartland, is now available. Following two different story paths, the add-on retails for $9.99 and is available on Xbox One, PC, or in Game Pass.
Techland's upcoming survival horror title has finally gotten a brand new trailer, as well as release window. Dying Light 2 is out Spring 2020 on Xbox One, PS4, and PC. Yes, also on Steam.
Mojang's dungeon crawler-inspired entry in the Minecraft universe has a new gameplay trailer, with a release window of Spring 2020. It's coming to all current-gen consoles, Windows 10, and Game Pass.
After a mere four years since the release of the original Wasteland 2, InXile has unveiled a trailer for the third game set in a frozen Colorado. Wasteland 3 is coming Spring 2020.
The long awaited reboot of Battletoads has finally gotten a gameplay trailer showing off the latest adventures of Rash, Zitz, and Pimple. There is currently no release date associated with the game.