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Microsoft share details on Kinect for Windows V2

Kinect v2 for Windows

  Microsoft have released some details including an image of the new Kinect for Window, the same one that Xbox One owners get. The new Kinect only has minor changes which include the removal of the Xbox One Logo and the addition of a power adapter/USB 3.0 hub to connect it to your computer. Everything […] Continue Reading

Dell introduces Latitude 13 Education series laptops

dell latitude 13 education

Dell are introducing the new Latitude 13 Education series of laptops. The new series is built with Student use in mind from learning/education to mobility and protection. Specs include a 13.3-inch display with 1366 x 768 resoltution and touch/non-touch options. Either an Intel Celeron 2957U or Intel Core i3-4010U processor, 4GB of RAM,  500GB storage and […] Continue Reading

Microsoft launch Project Spark Beta on Xbox One

Xbox Project Spark

Project Spark Beta on Windows 8.1 has been underway for awhile now, but Microsoft have just announced that the beta for Xbox One starts today. Using Kinect, Project Spark is a game design tool that allows pretty much anyone to create their own game with relative ease compared to other ways of creating games. The […] Continue Reading

Review: Toshiba Encore WT8-A 8-inch Windows 8.1 Tablet

Toshiba WT8-A (4)

The Toshiba Encore WT8-A is Toshiba’s first steps into the 8-inch tablet market running a full Windows OS, Windows 8.1 to be exact and while 8-inch tablets have been around for awhile now, and in the last year or so we have seen 8-inch tablets running a full version of Windows rather than the normal […] Continue Reading

Microsoft’s aquistion of Nokia complete with DOJ and EU approval


Microsoft purchase of the hardware side of Nokia’s business is finally complete with the Department of Justice giving their decision yesterday and the EU finally giving their approval today. The deal worth around $7.35 billion gives Microsoft their own smartphone business at a hardware level and not just from the software side of things. A […] Continue Reading