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Microsoft has given Windows 7, Windows (Phone) 8.1 users great news: they'll get updated to Windows 10. For free.
Not a huge amount of news this week but still news none the less.
So in a brave step OC3D have decided to stop posting news. Shocked? Read on to find out why.
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GAMES NEWS has trickled out over Christmas, with the industry focused on sales rather than product launches and important news releases. A few interesting hacks have emerged; read on to find out more...
LG has some big news for us from CES. Some big news on products and information from LG, at least one of which, may save you some serious money. Read on for more information...
Microsoft has confirmed that every future game published by Microsoft Studios will come to PC as well as Xbox One. Halo 6 is coming to PC!
Microsoft today launched another attack on Google domination with the introduction of its Microsoft Hohm web application.
Microsoft’s free antimalware program – Microsoft Security Essentials has fallen prey to an ingenious new malware threat.
Microsoft has backtracked on a statement which said that all future Microsoft Published games would be coming to PC.
Microsoft prepares for battle. What exactly have they brought to the table this time? Read on to see...
With their fingers in just about every pie, Microsoft are said to be wanting another slice.
Microsoft feels the need to take a shot at the Nintendo Wii
Microsoft has announced the price of their motion-sensor controller as well as a new 360 SKU.
NVIDIA Corporation today released the world’s first WHQL-certified drivers for Microsoft DirectX 10, coinciding with the release of the first DirectX 10 test kit from Microsoft.
The first Resident Evil series game to appear on a Microsoft console prompts them to do something special.
Microsoft will be offering “high-definition” content from the upcoming E3 conference through its Xbox Live Marketplace service.
It now appears that after backing the decision to release a three application limited version that Microsoft has reconsidered and opted to remove it completely.
Microsoft has Acquired Havok, the leading provider of developer tools and physics solutions, from Intel.
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