As we near the end of October, some of us are looking forward to the busy holiday shopping season. If you're in the market for an Xbox One S, consider buying one of the many bundles available to you.
Microsoft unveils the stunning Surface Studio all-in-one PC, and Surface Dial
Unboxing the Lenovo Moto Z reveals some unexpected surprises
Microsoft announces the Windows 10 Creators Update, coming in early 2017
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It's finally here: HP Elite x3 unboxing and first impressions
Lenovo Yoga Book with Android unboxing and first impressions
From Xbox Orange Box and HP's mobile Workspace, to Outlook's broader Focus, what's Nxt after Note7, and the end of the road for the Apple car, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Razer released a new version of its Blade Pro laptop with a 17.3-inch 4K display, a GTX 1080 GPU and a low-profile mechanical keyboard. It will retail at $3,699 and will ship starting in November.
As part of its latest earnings report, Microsoft revealed that the number of Xbox Live monthly active users has grown 21% year-over-year to 47 million - but that's down by 2 million from last quarter.
Nintendo revealed its new Switch console, formerly known as the NX, just 24 hours ago. The versatile-looking console grabbed a lot of headlines, yet the company's stock took a bit of a hit.
The first trailer for Rockstar Game's upcoming title Red Dead Redemption 2 is live as promised, however, it is quite brief and doesn't give much away in terms of characters or story.
Microsoft's next game exclusive in 2016 for Xbox One and Windows 10 is just a couple months away. If zombie survival is your cup of tea, new details for Dead Rising 4 are now available.
Rockstar has announced that the highly anticipated sequel to its massively successful open-world Western shooter, Red Dead Redemption, is coming to consoles next fall.
In response to numerous road-related injuries and deaths around the world, Niantic has released an update to Pokémon Go designed to further discourage gameplay in moving vehicles.
From Ubuntu Yakkety Yak and more Verizahoo hoo-ha, to Windows phones, Cyanogen's switch, hands on Paint, and PlayStation's mobile move, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Sony tried - and failed - to build a PlayStation mobile gaming platform before. But the company says it's "aggressively" returning to the mobile space, with new games coming to iOS and Android.
An i5 mini ITX PC with a GTX 1080 inside doesn't sound like the kind of combo you'd expect to see in a gaming PC. But Overclockers UK have built one, so let's find out what it's all about.
From Yahoo hoo-ha and Toyota's auto-bot, to Windows phone woes, Oculus magic, Paint reimagined, Edge updates, R.I.P. Nexus, and bye-bye Band, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Microsoft's internal games studio, The Coalition, takes on the Gears of War series, once owned by Epic Games. Under new ownership, does Gears of War 4 manage to live up to the series' standard?
Google has updated its Daydream View blog page with 30 titles that will presumably be available once the $79 headset starts shipping out to customers in November.
Did you see that Zen Studios released a new Marvel two-pack this week? If you want to grab a copy for yourself, come on in and see for yourself how easy it is... after you read the review, of course.
Modder HitmanNiko has released a hilarious mod for Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto V that pokes fun at Samsung's exploding Galaxy Note7 devices. The mod is only available for PC.
The latest Steam hardware and software statistics report indicates that Windows 10 has showed a slight decline for the first time since launch. It now accounts for 48.90% of the Steam userbase.
From a Windows Store cleanout and Apple Store rampage, to HP's sorry apology, RIP Firefox OS, Surface keyboards, and 'exploding' washing machines, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Sony said in May that it had sold over 40 million PS4s, shortly after Xbox One sales were estimated to have reached 20 million. But Microsoft originally hoped for sales of over 200 million Xbox Ones.
JJ Abrams has assured fans that his new movies based on 'Half-Life' and 'Portal' are "still very much in development", and that he's hoping for "a Portal announcement fairly soon".
Zen Studios is back with two more tables, this time focusing on "Women of Power" within the Marvel universe. How does our new favorite character, Squirrel Girl, factor into the action and the fun?
Microsoft has added another Call of Duty title to its fast-growing list of Xbox 360 games that can be played on the Xbox One. Starting today, World at War is officially backwards compatible.
Fruit Ninja is the latest game to get the Hollywood treatment. Billed as a live-action family comedy, the new movie will follow a group of misfits who team up as Fruit Ninjas to save the world.
From hello, Allo and SKYP4LYF, to self-lacing sneakers, HP's ink indiscretion, Twitter takeover talk, Pro 3 problems, and crushing an iPhone, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Refinement is the name of the game in Forza Horizon 3, the open-world racing sim from Microsoft and Playground Games. If you've ever been interested in Forza, now's the time to get behind the wheel.
The Microsoft Store is now selling the 500GB Xbox One S with FIFA 17 for £249.99 - but you can currently buy it elsewhere in the UK for just £199, saving you 20% on the new bundle's full price.
Sorcerer King: Rivals was released by Stardock today. The expansion turns the premise of Sorcerer King on its head by introducing the "Ascension Victory" condition adding new levels of playability.
The ReCore development team has acknowledged complaints about long load times in the new game, and says that an update coming this week to the Xbox One and Xbox One S will improve them.
Microsoft has released a new Xbox One S bundle that will appeal to Minecraft players. The Minecraft Favorites Xbox One S bundle launches today in select countries and worldwide by this holiday season.
A group has created a PC game based on the primate corpse which the internet memes just won't let die, where Harambe fakes his own death to escape an assassination attempt by a shadow agency.
From Sunrise sunset and Adblock ads, to Insider deals, Xbox goodies, Spotify success, the Health-Band rebrand, and public masturbation, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Ubisoft says 'South Park: The Fractured But Whole' - due to be released on December 6 - has been delayed until next year, although Microsoft's pre-orders still list the game's original launch date.
Sony has unveiled a new Final Fantasy XV-themed PlayStation 4 bundle that offers custom design on the new slim PS4 console and controller. The bundle will be available for $449 USD.
MSI has announced its new VR One, a portable backpack designed for virtual reality gaming. Weighing 3.6kg (7.9lb), the new product promises to pack a serious punch for those wanting to play VR games.
Sony has unleashed a highly anticipated software update upon the gaming community that includes high dynamic range (HDR) and support for the PS4 Pro, bumping the software version to 4.00.
After a delay earlier this year, the long-awaited ReCore has finally launched - and it's the first Xbox Play Anywhere title too, so it can be bought once and played on Xbox One or Windows 10 PCs.
Microsoft has unveiled new Xbox One S Battlefield 1 bundles, including a 'military green' console with its Special Edition bundle. There's a 'Storm Grey' option too... but it's exclusively for the US.
Microsoft and 343 Industries are pushing out a lot of Halo-related content today. Halo 5 receives another set of free DLC while Windows 10 gets the free Halo app and a full Halo 5 Forge editor.
The dust has now settled after Sony's big press event that revealed a refined Playstation 4 and the new PS4 Pro. But while the PS4 Pro offers 4K video support, it fails to support 4K Blu-Ray discs.
The latest version of Nvidia's GeForce Experience brings a complete revamp of the application. It's now faster, cleaner and more useful than ever, but also requires users to log in.
The production release of the slimmed down version of Turn 10's popular Forza Motorsport 6 has been released, including support for popular steering wheels with more on the way later this month.
While spending time at PAX West in Seattle, WA, I took some time to play Gears of War 4 and its new Horde 3.0 game type. I was a skeptic of the game going in and a true believer coming out.
Sony's CEO, Kaz Hirai, explained in an interview that his company was looking to rejoin the mobile gaming market with new titles. The move follows the huge success of Pokémon GO.
A new report out of Tokyo, Japan suggests that Nintendo may be taking us back to the past with it's new Nintendo NX gaming console reportedly using cartridges for games.
From Sony's Ear and Google Pixels, to Apple taxes, Bing's blunder, Office in your car, Turing's dream phone, and the spirit of Microsoft Courier, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Last night at the PAX West event in Seattle, Dell took the wraps off three new Alienware Windows 10 laptop configurations, coming in at 13, 15 and 17-inches and at a starting price of $899.
UK ISP Virgin Media has announced the launch of a new broadband plan which it says is "designed specifically for online gamers", with download speeds of up to 200Mbps, and 20Mbps uploads.
LG has announced the upcoming launch of two new 21:9 ultra-wide monitors, including a monster 38-inch model aimed at content creators, and a smaller 34-inch 144Hz model for gamers.
Acer's monstrous new notebook has a curved 21-inch display, 7th-gen Intel Core processors, dual Nvidia GTX 1080 graphics cards, eye-tracking tech, mechanical keyboard with CherryMX switches, and more.