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Windows 9 'Threshold' could use a new system to 'see' issues on PCs in near real time

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Ahead of Tuesday's press event to formally introduce the next version of Windows, a new rumor claims Microsoft is working on a backend system that will allow the OS team to see what's happening on a person's PC in near real time, in an effort to fix problems and launch new features to the software in a far more timely fashion.

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Shield your HTC One M8 in this lightweight, acrylic hard case for only $17.95 today!

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Microsoft promotes the launches of many new Windows 8.1 banking and financial apps

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Video Memories gets updated, brings about a name change and new features

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Earlier this year we took a look at UbiShow, a feature rich slideshow video creator for Windows Phone. The app offered an easy to use method of converting your still images into video slideshows from vacation, special events or any other situation where you need to share a collection of photos in video format.

The developer has been busy fine-tuning the app and has recently released an updated version that not only changes the app's name to Video Memories but also adds a host of new features to the mix. UbiShow was an appealing slideshow creator and the new features brought about with the updated version only adds to the app's appeal.

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Lumia 830 will soon launch in China with Cortana

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Trivia Crack Review - an online trivia game for Windows Phone with potential

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We mentioned Trivia Crack being released in the Windows Phone Store last week and had the opportunity to spend some time with the game to see how well it shook out. Trivia Crack is an online trivia game, very similar in nature to the popular Trivial Pursuit games.

You have six categories of questions to test your knowledge against and a few power-ups (life lines) to help nudge you in the right direction. Answer three questions in a category to try to win a crown and win all six crowns you win the match.

Available for low-memory devices, Trivia Crack isn't a bad choice of games but it felt more like a work in progress than a polished final product.

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Microsoft launches Xbox One in China but faces struggle to get major games approved

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3 days ago

Microsoft confirms plans to open a 'flagship store' on Fifth Avenue in New York City

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Microsoft Indonesia's leader may have confirmed Windows 9 will be free for Windows 8 users

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New Lumia 735 TV ad from Italy has a weird way of promoting its 'selfie' camera

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One of Microsoft's newest Windows Phone 8.1 devices, the Lumia 735, should slowly be available for many European residents over the next few weeks. Now it looks like the heavy promotion for the smartphone has begun with a new TV commercial made for Italy that has some strange visuals to promote its five megapixel "selfie" front facing camera.

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3 days ago

Knock-Knock creeps in for your Windows and Windows Phone devices

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If you don't like scary movies, this game is probably not for you. Knock-Knock (knock.ice-pick.com) started from Kickstarter, and then made its way to desktop and mobile devices. You play as an insomniac Lodger that basically needs to survive until the sun comes out. I have to admit that I've turned off my phone several times while playing this game.

Take a look at the official trailer to give you a good idea of what to expect.

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myTube for Windows 8.1 arrives in beta for everyone

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Cortana adds public transit reminders in US and UK to help you 'Get Around'

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Here is everything we know about Windows 9 'Threshold' so far

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On Tuesday, September 30, Microsoft will hold an event in San Francisco where the company will begin to reveal what is next for its Windows operating system (with a specific focus for their enterprise customers).

While there has been a ton of interest in the tech media of what the company will reveal next week, Microsoft is taking a decidedly low-key approach in publicizing the event. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella won't be there (he's scheduled to be in India at the time for another press event) and Microsoft isn't bothering to offer a live stream of the press conference, which will be attended by the company's operating system leader Terry Myerson and his right hand man Joe Belfiore.

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Microsoft Future Decoded Tech Day to be held in London on 12th November

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Microsoft is holding an event in London called Future Decoded. Spanning three days, Future Decoded appeals to a variety of communities, including business, enthusiasts and developers. Tech Day (day 3) at the event is focused entirely on IT Professionals and developers and the advancement of technology, coinciding with Apps World. Tickets go for £59, but it's worth it when you consider what's on offer.

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