June, 2012

HotmailSo we’ve shown you exclusive screenshots of the new Microsoft account website, as well as the new Profile page, both in their Metro-style glory. This time we were able to discover a new Microsoft account login screen, which …

Xbox Music - Now PlayingMicrosoft recently just announced their Xbox Music service during E3 which will be coming to Xbox 360, Windows 8, and Windows Phone 8 devices. However, whilst this confirms the official killing of the Zune brand, it raises many questions as …

This past week had been an exciting week for all of us, starting from the release of Windows 8 Release Preview, to the unveiling of multitudes of new Windows 8 and Windows RT-based tablets, ultrabooks and convertibles at Computex

cta_XboxE3_PageOne of the most intriguing announcements coming out of the Xbox press event here at E3 yesterday involves SmartGlass, Microsoft’s upcoming answer to a second screen technology for the living room, rivaling Apple’s Airplay and the Nintendo Wii U console.…

At today’s Microsoft E3 keynote, Microsoft finally unveiled its “Entertainment Evolved” plan, re-branding, and of course, some new games and demos.

Xbox SmartGlass, as leaked information noted, is a companion app for multiple platform devices to connect with …

Microsoft finally answered the question of what will be happening with the Zune Music service. During their E3 press briefing, Microsoft unveiled “Xbox Music”. This service doesn’t necessarily replace Zune in the same way that Zune replaced PlaysForSure. It’s essentially …

I’m here in line to get in to the “exclusive” Xbox press event at the 17000 seat Galen Center on USC’s campus, where we’ll all soon hear about Microsoft’s plans for Xbox, and for their very lives as they plot …

Xbox Smart GlassWith Microsoft’s E3 Media Briefing coming on Monday June 4 at 10am PDT, more and more news are starting to trickle out about what Microsoft will announce for its living room entertainment products and services – the Xbox, Xbox LIVE, …

windows-8-logoThe Windows 8 Release Preview, with improved Metro style apps, a modified (and soon to be gone) Aero interface in the desktop, and lots of bug fixes and revisions became available yesterday.  While we’re still not convinced that Windows 8 …