The last seven days were quite eventful in Microsoft land, with earnings reports, the arrival of Flight Sim on console, and the EOL of Skype for Business Online. Be sure to catch up via our overview.
Florin BodnarescuEditor Neowin
- Forum Name:
- 30 April 2012
- Forum Posts:
26 year-old with a Bachelor's in Nutrition & Dietetics; formerly in Art School.
Set up my personal blog in 2008, where I wrote all manner of things until I decided to discontinue it in 2012. To scratch my writing itch and combine it with my love of Trance music, I accepted an invitation to write for Vând Sunete, a music blog set up by a friend. All these years later, I'm still writing reviews over there, and on a similar publication, TranceMag, where I'm also in charge of editing and graphics creation.
Have been active on Neowin since about 2012, so when a post was put up requesting applications to write for the site, I jumped on the occasion. Since I'm pretty much the tech person in the house, I thought this would give me an opportunity to not only learn more about the ins and out of technology beyond what I already knew, but to basically give back to the community for being so welcoming all these years. The rest is pretty much (post) history.
Latest by Florin BodnarescuView All
This week, we've seen the release of a new Windows 11 test build, the reveal of some future game releases, and the advent of the HiveNightmare security flaw. Be sure to catch up via our overview.
The week that's just ending has brought news relating to Inspire 2021, the ever-present Patch Tuesday, and even a small helping of gaming news. Be sure to catch up via our very handy overview.
This past week has seen PrintNightmare patches come out (and be contested), the arrival of new Insider builds, additional Game Pass games, and more. Be sure to catch up via our handy overview.
In this week's recap, we'll cover more info that has surfaced about Windows 11, the severe PrintNightmare vulnerability, and even a dash of gaming news. Be sure to catch up via our overview.
With Microsoft taking the wraps off of its "next-generation of Windows", creatively dubbed Windows 11, this week's column is dedicated to anything and everything we know about the upcoming OS.
The last week has been rather interesting, given the leaked Windows 11 ISO, the E3 gaming announcements and yes, the Xbox Mini Fridge. Make sure you catch up via our handy overview.
In a bit of a surprising twist, Blizzard decided to announce the release date of its upcoming Diablo II remaster during Microsoft's E3 event today. The title is coming in the second half of September.
In a perhaps unexpected turn of events, Microsoft unveiled just at the end of its E3 event that the Xbox Mini Fridge is real, and it's coming holiday 2021. Probably launching in Game Pass too.
During the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase today, developer Mundfish showed off the latest trailer for its alternate-universe game Atomic Heart. The title still doesn't have a release date as of yet.
Following a long hiatus, GSC Game World has finally showed off an official gameplay trailer for S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2, now dubbed Heart of Chernobyl. The game is coming in out late April next year.
After rumors of its unveil, Playground Games at long last took the wraps off Forza Horizon 5, the next installment in its sim-cade racer series. It lands November 9 on Steam, Xbox, and in Game Pass.
As we prepare for Microsoft's E3 showcase, we take a look at what happened this week, including better vertical tabs in Edge, Patch Tuesday updates, and more. Be sure to catch up via our overview.
Event date unveils, console feature unveils, and even some browser capability unveils, the last seven days were host to a small number of announcements, and even a leak. Catch up via our overview.
In the last seven days we had the Build conference, a reveal of the Xbox and Bethesda E3 event date, and some needed improvements to shared calendars on Windows. Be sure to catch up via our overview.