Microsoft starts selling developer ‘mixed reality’ headsets online

 Microsoft “mixed reality” headsets are finally available (for developers) on the Microsoft store. The company opened pre-orders for the headset back in May, now developers can get their hands on Acer’s headset for $299 and an HP model for $329. Specs-wise the two headsets are pretty much identical. Both sport 1440×1440 per eye 90hz displays with 95 degree field-of-view,… Read More

New Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows 10 is actually reasonably sized

 Microsoft has redesigned the USB dongle used to connect your Xbox One controller to your Windows 10 laptop, and thank goodness for that. The formerly hulking black slab is now a much more modestly sized black slab, which is roughly the size of most flash drives, and won’t stick out like a sore, incredibly huge thumb on your notebook or PC. The new adapter is $24.99 and ships starting… Read More

Google Calendar now plays nicer with Microsoft Exchange

 Google today announced a small but important update to how Google Calendar and Microsoft Exchange can work together going forward. It’s not unusual for a company to still use both Google’s G Suite tools and Microsoft Exchange in parallel, and with this update, G Suite admins can now allow their users to see real-time free/busy information across the two systems. This means tools… Read More

Google Calendar now plays nicer with Microsoft Exchange

 Google today announced a small but important update to how Google Calendar and Microsoft Exchange can work together going forward. It’s not unusual for a company to still use both Google’s G Suite tools and Microsoft Exchange in parallel, and with this update, G Suite admins can now allow their users to see real-time free/busy information across the two systems. This means tools… Read More

Minecraft’s cross-platform “Better Together” update arrives in beta

 Minecraft’s “Better Together Update” is rolling out now in beta, for players on Windows 10 PCs and Android devices. That means players on either platform with the beta installed will be able to participate in games from either type of device, together in cross-platform play. This update was originally revealed at E3 back in June, and includes other feature additions like… Read More

Minecraft’s cross-platform “Better Together” update arrives in beta

 Minecraft’s “Better Together Update” is rolling out now in beta, for players on Windows 10 PCs and Android devices. That means players on either platform with the beta installed will be able to participate in games from either type of device, together in cross-platform play. This update was originally revealed at E3 back in June, and includes other feature additions like… Read More