Category: IT News

Courier lives on in latest Microsoft patent

The dream of a flexible, foldable computing device has long been alive in the bowels of Microsoft, with various prototypes being developed, and even a full-blown concept, the Courier, getting some development time in 2009. The latest evidence that this dream will just not die is a new patent filed for in November 2016 and […]

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Final Fantasy XV passes 6 million copies sold

Square Enix shared their financial results today and it looks like the company is doing quite well. Sales of games like Rise of the Tomb Raider are going strong but Final Fantasy XV has to be the crown jewel. According to the company, the game has sold over 6 million copies worldwide and it’s the […]

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Microsoft releases new firmware update for Surface Pro 4 that improves battery life during sleep

Microsoft today released a new Surface Pro 4 firmware update. This update release includes the Surface System Aggregator Firmware, Intel Precise Touch Device, and Surface Integration drivers that Microsoft released last month for devices with Windows 10 Version 1703 (Creators Update), now available for Windows 10 Version 1607 (Anniversary Update) and Windows 10 Version 1511 […]

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[Update] Alan Wake reappears on the Xbox Marketplace

Update: Alan Wake is available for purchase again on the Xbox Marketplace. This week has been shocking to say the least. We thought that Mass Effect’s hiatus and Square Enix’s focus on “games as a service” would be it but it isn’t. Today, Remedy Entertainment announced that Alan Wake would be removed from all digital storefronts, […]

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New Microsoft Reseach Indoor Navigation app pop up in the Play store

Indoor navigation is nothing new, but it usually relies on presenting users with indoor maps and very little guidance to help them find their way. When it is more helpful this often means having to carry a really advanced device with environment-sensing sensors like Google’s Tango devices. Now Microsoft Research Asia has released a new […]

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Microsoft Azure achieves ISO 9001:2015 certification

ISO 9001:2015 offers guidance on implementing a quality management system focused on delivering quality products and maintaining a constant state of improvement to exceed customer expectations. Microsoft yesterday announced that Azure has now obtained the ISO 9001:2015 certification, addressing Quality Management systems. This standard is based on the following quality management principles: Customer focus Leadership commitment […]

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