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Google wants to bring its Android copyright battle to the US Supreme Court

Google and Oracle are still arguing over code at the foundation of Google’s mobile operating system, Android. Google this week filed a petition with the United States Supreme Court, which appealed a lower court’s ruling that Oracle can legally…

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Bring thermal vision to your phone with this camera add-on

For the most part, smartphone peripherals can make your mobile devices even more powerful than they already are. A new add-on, dubbed Seek Thermal, aims to do just that by bringing extra imaging features to your handset. The tiny gadget can be…

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Xbox chief promises to bring ‘Minecraft’ to Windows Phone

With a simple “yes,” Microsoft’s Xbox chief, Phil Spencer, has confirmed that Minecraft will be heading to Windows Phone. It’s not a surprising move given Microsoft’s recent acquisition of the popular title, but the software maker didn’t promise to bring Minecraft to Windows Phone in its original announcement. Spencer’s confirmation means Microsoft will likely be working on porting the game across once the deal is finalized, and it may even arrive for Surface RT and Windows RT users.

Microsoft’s new universal apps appear to be the most logical way to bring Minecraft to Windows Phone and the “Metro-style” version to Windows 8.1 and Windows RT, but the company will also have to manage the recently released Xbox One version. Microsoft’s…

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Xbox chief promises to bring ‘Minecraft’ to Windows Phone

With a simple “yes,” Microsoft’s Xbox chief, Phil Spencer, has confirmed that Minecraft will be heading to Windows Phone. It’s not a surprising move given Microsoft’s recent acquisition of the popular title, but the software maker didn’t promise to bring Minecraft to Windows Phone in its original announcement. Spencer’s confirmation means Microsoft will likely be working on porting the game across once the deal is finalized, and it may even arrive for Surface RT and Windows RT users.

Microsoft’s new universal apps appear to be the most logical way to bring Minecraft to Windows Phone and the “Metro-style” version to Windows 8.1 and Windows RT, but the company will also have to manage the recently released Xbox One version. Microsoft’s…

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Xbox chief promises to bring ‘Minecraft’ to Windows Phone

With a simple “yes,” Microsoft’s Xbox chief, Phil Spencer, has confirmed that Minecraft will be heading to Windows Phone. It’s not a surprising move given Microsoft’s recent acquisition of the popular title, but the software maker didn’t promise to bring Minecraft to Windows Phone in its original announcement. Spencer’s confirmation means Microsoft will likely be working on porting the game across once the deal is finalized, and it may even arrive for Surface RT and Windows RT users.

Microsoft’s new universal apps appear to be the most logical way to bring Minecraft to Windows Phone and the “Metro-style” version to Windows 8.1 and Windows RT, but the company will also have to manage the recently released Xbox One version. Microsoft’s…

Continue reading…

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Xbox chief promises to bring ‘Minecraft’ to Windows Phone

With a simple “yes,” Microsoft’s Xbox chief, Phil Spencer, has confirmed that Minecraft will be heading to Windows Phone. It’s not a surprising move given Microsoft’s recent acquisition of the popular title, but the software maker didn’t promise to bring Minecraft to Windows Phone in its original announcement. Spencer’s confirmation means Microsoft will likely be working on porting the game across once the deal is finalized, and it may even arrive for Surface RT and Windows RT users.

Microsoft’s new universal apps appear to be the most logical way to bring Minecraft to Windows Phone and the “Metro-style” version to Windows 8.1 and Windows RT, but the company will also have to manage the recently released Xbox One version. Microsoft’s…

Continue reading…

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Xbox chief promises to bring ‘Minecraft’ to Windows Phone

With a simple “yes,” Microsoft’s Xbox chief, Phil Spencer, has confirmed that Minecraft will be heading to Windows Phone. It’s not a surprising move given Microsoft’s recent acquisition of the popular title, but the software maker didn’t promise to bring Minecraft to Windows Phone in its original announcement. Spencer’s confirmation means Microsoft will likely be working on porting the game across once the deal is finalized, and it may even arrive for Surface RT and Windows RT users.

Microsoft’s new universal apps appear to be the most logical way to bring Minecraft to Windows Phone and the “Metro-style” version to Windows 8.1 and Windows RT, but the company will also have to manage the recently released Xbox One version. Microsoft’s…

Continue reading…

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Xbox chief promises to bring ‘Minecraft’ to Windows Phone

With a simple “yes,” Microsoft’s Xbox chief, Phil Spencer, has confirmed that Minecraft will be heading to Windows Phone. It’s not a surprising move given Microsoft’s recent acquisition of the popular title, but the software maker didn’t promise to bring Minecraft to Windows Phone in its original announcement. Spencer’s confirmation means Microsoft will likely be working on porting the game across once the deal is finalized, and it may even arrive for Surface RT and Windows RT users.

Microsoft’s new universal apps appear to be the most logical way to bring Minecraft to Windows Phone and the “Metro-style” version to Windows 8.1 and Windows RT, but the company will also have to manage the recently released Xbox One version. Microsoft’s…

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Intel’s New Core M Processors Will Bring Thin, Fanless Convertible Notebooks This Holiday

Intel Intel has launched its Core M processor line at IFA 2014 this year, and is announcing a number of key launch partners that will be shipping Intel M-based convertible notebooks starting this holiday season. The new M chips allow users to build much thinner designs, since they’re incredibly energy-efficient and can run cool enough that they don’t require a heat-fighting fan in the… Read More

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Uber’s new services bring ridesharing to wheelchair users

If you rely on a wheelchair, you’ve largely been left on the sidelines of the ridesharing phenomenon. While plans have been in the works for some time, there hasn’t really been a concrete accessibility strategy. Uber is improving that state of…

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