I hope you are having a safe Memorial Day weekend (for those living in the U.S.). What a week this was, Microsoft has finally unveiled Xbox One, the next-gen video game console that now has been evolved to an “all-in-one entertainment system”. And I covered all you need know thus far about the hardware specs, why it won’t be backward compatible with Xbox 360 games, game activation fee, about the three operating systems running simultaneously in Xbox One and much more.
Welcome to 10Alert: IT Digest edition. Each weekend I will bring you a compilation of articles of the week, including how-to guides, features, tech news, and more. This is simply a list with a brief description of pieces you might have missed or you might just want to read again.
- In-depth: The Xbox One video game console (Updated): Get a deep overview on the new Xbox One console, Kinect 2 and controller with pretty much all the confirmed information you need to know and videos you don’t want to miss.
- Xbox One runs Windows and two other operating systems: Get a glimpse on how the magic of software will make the console run, and enable you to multitask and switch between experiences (e.g., game and live TV) instantly without any lag.
- A closer look of Xbox One, controller and Kinect 2 (Photos)
- Xbox One: The most important Q&A you need to know
- Xbox One will not play Xbox 360 or arcade games
- Free Windows 8 user guide from Microsoft (Download)
- Microsoft new Sculpt mice aim to better navigate Windows 8
- Repurposed door makes a perfect computer desk for a workspace
- Desktop Fun: London Architecture theme for Windows