What else is happening today? I'm heading to the UK today, encrypted mobile apps come under fire, Google to contest Russia antitrust charges, much more.
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Here's what else is happening today. I'm heading to the UK this week, Xbox One comes on strong in late 2015, Apple gives design a bad name, and much more.
There is a lot going on today, so let's get to it: Windows 10 build 10586 was a release candidate, Apple is killing Beats Music, Black Ops III: PS4 vs. XBO.
The New Xbox One Experience is now rolling out, bringing a major UI refresh, performance improvements, and backwards compatibility with Xbox 360 games.
Happy Veteran's Day. What else is happening today? The iPad Pro reviews are in, COD: Black Ops III is a huge hit, and Google is finally killing Chrome on XP.
Microsoft today revealed the full list of Xbox 360 games that will work on the Xbox One once its updated with the New Xbox One Experience, with more to come.
Happy Saturday. What else is happening today? A Rick Steves Travel Festival webcast, Windows phones security, COD at the movies, Black Friday, more.
What else is happening today? A new Star Wars trailer from Japan, the incredible suckness of BO3 on Xbox 360, Microsoft's Lumia with Windows 10 update page.
Keeping a Thurrott family tradition, my son and I stayed up past midnight last night so we could play the latest Call of Duty title as soon as possible.
Here's what else is happening today: Halo 5 hits $400 million in first week, Microsoft introduces the team behind Arrow, Google knifes Samsung, and more.
Here's what else is happening today. An end date for Windows 7 PCs, an Amazon book store, Activision buy Candy Crush, and Blackberry's first Android phone.
This month's Xbox 360 games are also guaranteed to work on Xbox One in compatibility mode, so Xbox One users are actually getting four free games.
If want to game wirelessly on Windows 10 using Microsoft's top-notch controller, the Xbox One Wireless Adapter for Windows is pretty much your only choice.
Here's what else is happening today: A great use of Microsoft Sway, Microsoft's Band problem, getting Black Ops III on launch day, and Bond. James Bond.
The excellent Work & Play bundle is back, providing an inexpensive way to acquire one year of multiple Microsoft services all in a single purchase.
It's been a busy couple of days at DEVintersection in Las Vegas. But I think I can post on a more normal schedule today. Here's what else is happening.
One of the New Xbox One Experience features I'm looking forward to most is backwards compatibility with Xbox 360 games. Here's a first peek.
Halo 5 is here. And thanks in part to an unwelcome new trajectory for Call of Duty multiplayer, let's just say I'm looking around and considering my options.
Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 is coming to the Xbox One on November 12th and it packs a bunch of new features.
Microsoft is opening its new flagship retail experience on Fifth Avenue in New York City today and is planning some fun events around the store opening
What else is happening today? A change in how Microsoft measures Xbox success, the Xbox architect is leaving Microsoft, and thoughts on mobile market share.
Happy weekend. What else is happening today? Steve Ballmer comments on Microsoft v. Apple, maybe Halo 5 will ship on the PC, and Pandora talks Apple Music.
This week, Microsoft issued its first update for the Xbox (Beta) app for Windows 10, adding Facebook integration and a number of other new features.
What else is happening today? Some thoughts about COD: Black Ops 3, Halo 5, and Ashes of the Singularity, plus new Surface celebrations at Microsoft Store.
Microsoft has released a new controller for the Xbox One called the Elite and at $150 it is not cheap but it does enhance your gaming experience.
Here's what's happening today: A game developer dumps on Xbox One, of Intel's desperate attempt to be relevant in mobile, and an iOS jailbreak makes a point