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Microsoft launches preview of Office 2016 for IT pros and developers

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11 months ago

Watch Satya Nadella live at Microsoft's Convergence 2015 conference

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11 months ago

Minor Flipboard update hits the Windows Phone Store

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11 months ago

Toy Defense Free - a World War I tower defense game for Windows Phone

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Toy Defense Free is a tower defense Windows Phone game set during World War I where you have to protect your base camp from wave upon wave of enemy attacks.

The Windows Phone game has over seventy missions to tackle and four historical weapons that are upgradeable. Available for low-memory Windows Phones, Toy Defense Free can get a little intense with the pace of game play and an easy game to lose track of time with.

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Leaked screenshots from latest Office 2016 build reveals new colorful theme

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11 months ago

Microsoft Lumia 640 and Lumia 640 XL now available for pre-order in the UK

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Even more Windows 10 for phones screenshots leak

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11 months ago

Facebook revamps community guidelines, shows what the social network will take down

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11 months ago

Tesco Mobile starts selling the Lumia 435 in Ireland for €80

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11 months ago

Yahoo wants you to forget your password, announces 'on-demand' login service

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11 months ago

Preview: Hands on with Battlefield: Hardline on Xbox One

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Visceral Games (Dead Space, Dante's Inferno) seek to put their mark on a beloved franchise with Battlefield: Hardline. Dropping the large-scale destruction and military themes of previous games, Battlefield: Hardline segues into high octane urban battles between cops and robbers.

Thanks to EA Access' Xbox One exclusive trial period, we've been able to go hands on with Battlefield's latest installment and all signs thus far seem positive.

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Steam Spotlight: Crypt of the NecroDancer for Windows

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Welcome to our new feature, Steam Spotlight! Every weekend we will look at a different game available on Steam, the popular digital distribution platform for Windows computers. With the indie gaming scene exploding on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, many of these titles will eventually make their way to consoles. But why wait when you can play exciting titles on your Surface Pro or PC right now?

Today's Spotlight title is Crypt of the NecroDancer from Brace Yourself Games and Klei Entertainment, makers of XBLA hit Mark of the Ninja. Take one part dungeon crawler, one part rhythm game, another part "Roguelike," mix them cleverly together and you have NecroDancer. Exploring super-tough dungeons while hopping to catchy beats is a fresh and engrossing experience.

Read on for our detailed impressions and slam dancin' video review!

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Yes, Battlefield Hardline has a drivable couch called 'The American Dream'

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11 months ago

More features and improvements found in leaked Windows 10 build 10036

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11 months ago

Review: Zombie Army Trilogy for Xbox One and Windows

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Zombie Army Trilogy began life as Sniper Elite: Zombie Army - a standalone expansion for Rebellion's popular third person stealth games.

As a console gaming fan of Sniper Elite and zombie games in general, I was hyped to hear Rebellion were bringing Zombie Army 1, 2 and the previously unreleased third installment to Xbox One, PC and PS4 in a single gory bundle.

Rebellion are an independent developer based in the UK, and enjoy a rich history spanning over 20 years. The company has worked as a third party developer on major IPs, such as Call of Duty and Alien, but are perhaps most notable for the aforementioned in-house sniper sims. As a mod of Sniper Elite, Zombie Army Trilogy bares striking similarities. Weaponry, gameplay controls and the iconic x-ray kill cam make their way from Sniper Elite, but also the bugs, v-sync issues and b-movie-style lack of polish all serve to prevent the game from achieving its full potential. Issues aside, there's only one question that really matters: "Is Zombie Army Trilogy fun?"

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