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Book Review: ‘Xbox Revisited’ by Robbie Bach

New book by Xbox project leader details successful business strategies

Robbie Bach, one of the leaders for Microsoft's Xbox project, writes in "X Box Revisited" about his time at Microsoft and how his business strategies can work in any business. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: ‘Halo: Nightfall’

Halo, Nightfall, Microsoft, Blu-ray

On its own, Halo: Nightfall isn't a science fiction masterpiece, like Ridley Scott's Blade Runner, but the movie does nothing to diminish the significance of the Halo franchise. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Active Directory Cookbook’ by Brian Svidergol and Robbie Allen


A very useful guide for readers from technicians to advanced AD administrators. Read More »

Xbox One Review: ‘Dead Rising 3′


A visually repugnant open-world drama without notably eccentric flourishes or polishing factors. Read More »

Xbox One Review: ‘Killer Instinct’


Double Helix's reboot is an outlandish and spirited make over of a fighting franchise. Read More »

Xbox One Review: ‘Ryse’


Nothing here is new, but it's pretty in a sweaty, blood stained, mass grave sort of way. Read More »

What’s new in Windows 8.1 ?


Start button is back. Read More »

Microsoft to Acquire Nokia’s Mobile Phone Business Unit for $7.2 Billion

Stephen Elop(left) with  Steve Ballmer (right) ,announcing the partnership with Microsoft in February 2012.

The Finnish mobile manufacturing firm once dominated the world market, but lost the battle to Samsung's Android and Apple's iPhone. Read More »

Microsoft Silverlight: Technically Still Viable

Can Silverlight Still Shine

The Silverlight developer community continues to produce applications, a strong indication that Silverlight will remain a viable web solution for years to come Read More »

The Switch: Living With Windows Phone 8, Part II – WP8 Software


I’m really, really tired of the blandness of iOS. I want some pizazz, some innovation, and some oomph. For good or bad, WP8 delivers these in spades. Read More »