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Hashtag Trending Sep 20-Microsoft responsible for massive Xbox leak?; X behind a paywall; Toyota teaches robots how to make breakfast

Microsoft continues to suffer a bumpy week with an Xbox leak, Elon Musk could soon put X, formerly Twitter, behind a paywall and Toyota...

Xbox Network Suffers Outage, Users Unable To Play Games

The Xbox Network is suffering from a massive outage. Players from across the Xbox family of consoles and services are reporting a variety of issues affecting the Microsoft Store, Xbox Cloud Gaming, and even launching and playing of digital games. “We’re aware that some users are unable to purchase games, launch games, or start Cloud […]

Microsoft to acquire Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion, its biggest acquisition ever

Microsoft has agreed to purchase videogame publisher Activision Blizzard for US$68.7 billion, its biggest acquisition ever. Through the deal, Microsoft will acquire the game publisher...

Hashtag Trending – Microsoft’s gaming bet, iOS 11 release

Microsoft makes a move that shows it’s serious about gaming. Apple’s release of iOS 11 has people talking about their favourite features and - well, measuring things.

Photo recap of Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book launch event

Microsoft showcased several forthcoming devices at its event on Tuesday, including the HoloLens, the Lumia 950, Surface Pro 4, and the Surface Book. Here's a photo recap of the presentation.

Microsoft’s Xbox One isn’t just a gaming console

If you think the upcoming Xbox One gaming console from Microsoft is just about games like Halo, think again. Recently, during the Toronto International...

Obama’s face appears in 18 video games

EA introduces the first presidential candidate to appeal to the gaming masses through ads on virtual billboards.

Gates talks connected entertainment with unveiling of Windows home server

Company Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates used his keynote address at the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) to unveil the Windows Home Server and announce that major service providers like AT&T Corp. would offer the Xbox 360 as a set-top box alternative

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