Screenshots of Microsoft’s rumored answer to Chrome OS were leaked into the wild by Windows Blog Italia.
The podcast this week gets a bit tipsy to talk about E3 and WWDC. Oh and the CW of course.
The Xbox One S will be a smaller, more powerful version of its predecessor. Meanwhile Project Scorpio looks to eclipse both.
The RoundTable crew talks about the ridiculous nature of threatening game developers. Plus horror movies and the value of data cables.
A cable over 4100 miles long is under development by Facebook and Microsoft. It will stretch from Virginia to Spain and help increase bandwidth for use by the two companies and others.
The game creation program was “no longer feasible to continue” according to a statement from the developer Team Dakota. It was removed from download, but is still usable.
Microsoft made an announcement at the Game Developers Conference indicating a growing interest in the eSports market. The Xbox Live Tournaments Program will give developers tools to build their own competitions.
At the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco, Microsoft re-announced that Minecraft would be coming to the Samsung Gear VR.
An old friend of the RoundTable is trapped with us during a blizzard, so what else is there to do but discuss things like Star Wars delays, the Suicide Squad trailer, and the other news of the pop culture week?
In a blog post yesterday, Microsoft announced that they had acquired a learning game by the name of MinecraftEdu. According to MinecraftEdu’s website, the game is “a special version of Minecraft specifically for classroom use. It contains many additions to the original game that make it more useful and appropriate…