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  • January 4, 2019

    Xbox One S Time To Play The Game

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  • May 30, 2017

    Xbox Game Pass Launches June 1

    The Netflix for video gaming is finally here Microsoft announced Xbox Game Pass back in February, and the service goes live for the entire Xbox community on June 1. The new digital gaming subscription service gives you unlimited access to over 100 Xbox One and Backward Compatible Xbox 360 games for $9.99 USD per month. The price point is much cheaper than Gamefly’s $15.95/month for one game subscription or $22.95/month for 2 games subscription. PlayStation Now is priced at $19.99 per month, is twice as expensive as Xbox Game Pass. But it also provides access to over 4 times as many game titles at 450+ titles. I would like to point out PSNow is a streaming service the game plays live over the Internet where the Xbox Game Pass you will need to download a game to your Xbox One before you can play it. Gamefly is game disk through the mail service. Xbox Game Pass does offer some benefits if games are not in their catalog you would want to play Xbox Game Pass members can purchase all Xbox One games in the catalog – and related add-ons – at an exclusive discount and make them part of your permanent library. Xbox Game Pass each month will add a new set of games to the catalog so there is always something new to play across a diversity of experiences, genres, ratings and more. Xbox Game Pass is not available on Xbox 360
  • May 29, 2016

    Windows 10 Bring Back Clippy

    Windows 10 Bring Back Clippy Today on the show we get deep into Windows 10 we talk about upgrading to Windows 10 and troubles everyone is having, We talk about the headspace app and we talk about Arrow / Flash / Legends of Tomorrow and Supergirl. We are join by Randy and Jessie from Grawlix. Join me today as we discuss… Windows 10 Sneaking Upgrades In Windows 10 Revenue Through Ad Placement Windows 10 Putting Candy Crush In Prime Placement Windows 10 to stop bloat wear Windows 10 could bring back office 2003 clippy Microsoft Is Laying Off 1,850 to Streamline Its Smartphone Business Smaller Xbox One Coming This Year, More Powerful Xbox One In 2017, Says Report Get Ready To Be Bombarded With Ads When Using Google Maps Microsoft May Ban Your Favorite Password Smartphone Surveillance Tech Used To Target Anti-Abortion Ads At Pregnant Women Scott Walker Rents Out Email and Donor Lists To Pay Campaign Debt App Headspace SuperGirl Moving to CW Legends of Tomorrow / Arrow / Flash Round Up What next show for arrow verse
  • After it was revealed that Microsoft was suspending the Skype accounts of Xbox gamers who used bad language, the company has denied it is monitoring Skype conversations. Microsoft is seemingly issuing temporary bans to users of the Skype and Upload Studio apps on Xbox One who have used profanity, according to multiple reports on the Xbox One subreddit and on the Xbox forums.   Users are reporting that after even swearing in a private Skype calls there accounts are being suspended. At least a dozen Xbox Live users have posted in a thread on the Xbox forums saying they’re dealing with the same issue. According to a number of them, they can upload footage of M-rated games that contain profanity, such as Battlefield 4, without any consequences.   Skype calls on Xbox One use the Kinect camera and microphone to transmit video and audio, while the Upload Studio app sends clips to the user’s personal SkyDrive account. The Xbox Live Code of Conduct prohibits members from using “profane words/phrases” in their Gamertag, profile content, Avatar action, Avatar content or in-game content.” However, profanity is not explicitly prohibited from content that Xbox Live users “share/create.”   Some Xbox users expressed concern at why Microsoft was applying the ban to Skype accounts when accessed via the Xbox console, leading to fears that the company was monitoring their private conversations, prompting a statement from Microsoft;   “To be clear, the Xbox Live Policy & Enforcement team does not monitor direct peer-to-peer communications like Skype chats and calls. Also, we take Code of Conduct moderation via Upload Studio very seriously. We want a clean, safe and fun environment for all users. Excessive profanity as well as other Code of Conduct violations will be enforced upon and result in suspension of some or all privileges on Xbox Live....