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Microsoft’s ‘Fat’ 500GB Xbox One Falls To Just $249 Ahead of Slim ’S’ Introduction

Microsoft’s ‘Fat’ 500GB Xbox One Falls To Just $249 Ahead of Slim ’S’ Introduction When it comes to Microsoft’s gaming consoles, the upcoming Xbox One S is the “new hotness”, so to speak. The Xbox One S is 40 percent slimmer than its predecessor and includes a new wireless controller (which now supports Bluetooth), an additional USB port, 4K support, and an IR blaster. It will also be available in three capacities: 500GB,

            
 


Gears Of War 4 Port For PC To Bring Optimized Platform Features And Benchmarking Tools

Gears Of War 4 Port For PC To Bring Optimized Platform Features And Benchmarking Tools Gears of War 4 is already looking like it will be a pretty sweet Xbox One game. PC gamers, however, have a few reasons to get excited about the game as well -- it will boast a number of PC-specific features. Technical director for The Coalition, Mike Rayner, remarked, “Our focus on PC is to deliver a highly optimized, customizable experience

            
 


Redbox Restarts Streaming Video Services With Limited Rollout For ‘Small Subset’ Of Customers

Redbox Restarts Streaming Video Services With Limited Rollout For ‘Small Subset’ Of Customers For many years, Redbox has been the spiritual successor to the movie-renting behemoths of the 1990’s. Customers have been able to find the little red kiosks at places like grocery stores and rent a movie for a day. Now we've learned that Redbox will be venturing back into streaming on a trial basis. A Redbox spokesperson revealed that they

            
 


Google Tweaks Play Store Algorithm To Shrink App Updates By Up To 50 Percent

Google Tweaks Play Store Algorithm To Shrink App Updates By Up To 50 Percent While Pokémon GO and Netflix are fun apps, they can also be huge data drains when not on WiFi. Google Play is investing in improvements to reduce the data that needs to be transferred for app installs and updates, while making data costs more transparent to users. Google recently rolled out a new delta algorithm “bsdiff” that reduces patches

            
 


Cyanogen Inc. Allegedly Cans OS Development Team As It Pivots To Apps

Cyanogen Inc. Allegedly Cans OS Development Team As It Pivots To Apps A significant portion of the talented folk working at Cyanogen Inc. have been laid off or are in the process of being let go, according to multiple reports. The reported layoffs are heavily concentrated on the company's Android ROM division, which builds alternative versions of Google's open source operating system for mobile devices. Building

            
 


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