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  1. E3: Microsoft Unwraps Xbox One S, 'Project Scorpio' With 4K and HDR Capabilities

    10:56 am 6/13/2016

    Xbox One S will be available in August.Read more

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  2. Facebook, Twitter, YouTube Vow to Combat Online Hate Speech in Europe

    4:11 am 5/31/2016

    Together with the European Commission, they unveil a new code of conduct designed to avoid the "spread of illegal hate speech."Read more

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  3. Imax CEO on Bringing Premium VR Experiences, Second Giant Screen to Theaters

    1:25 pm 5/24/2016

    "[You would] put on VR glasses and you would fly the Millennium Falcon or see how many stormtroopers you can shoot," Richard Gelfond said at an investors conference. Read more

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  4. Microsoft Calls Party With Scantily Clad "Schoolgirl" Dancers "Unequivocally Wrong"

    12:01 pm 3/18/2016

    "I know we disappointed many people, and I'm personally committed to holding ourselves to higher standards," Xbox head Phil Spencer said in a statement to THR.Read more

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  5. Microsoft's Holiday Ad Makes Peace With Apple

    8:30 am 12/2/2015

    Microsoft employees sang "Let There Be Peace on Earth."Read more

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  6. New Trailer for 'Halo: Nightfall' Teases The "Next Chapter" of Videogame Franchise

    11:40 am 10/22/2014

    Space war is hellRead more

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  7. New Clippers Owner, Former Microsoft Exec, Says Team Will Ditch Apple Devices

    2:12 pm 9/25/2014

    Goodbye, iPad. Hello, Surface tabletRead more

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  8. Virtual Reality Demos Generate Buzz as Tokyo Game Show Opens

    4:56 am 9/18/2014

    Consoles battle smartphones for attention as the Tokyo Stock Exchange looks for new IPO candidatesRead more

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  9. Tokyo Game Show to Open Amid Slow Console Sales

    6:43 am 9/17/2014

    New gaming devices will be vying for gamers' attention as mobile gaming continues to growRead more

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  10. Microsoft Pays $2.5 Billion for 'Minecraft' Maker Mojang

    7:06 am 9/15/2014

    The Swedish firm is behind the popular video game, which boasts 100 million users worldwideRead more

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