When deciding between the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, it usually boils down to which of them has the better exclusives. Bidness Gaming looks at some of the exclusives to be released on both platforms this year.
Starting off with the Xbox One, the biggest exclusive of 2016 looks to be Gears of War 4. GOW is a franchise with a lot of name value. This time, the game has been developed by a brand new studio known as The Coalition, instead of Epic Games. It appears that GOW 4 will be taking the franchise in a different direction, but fans will look forward to it regardless.
In our first trailer for the Platinum Games developed Scalebound, which is an Xbox One exclusive published by Microsoft, we finally get to see how the game will play. If I’m honest it looks a bit generic.
The announcement builds on O2’s highly successful b2b partnership with Microsoft and follows the recent news that O2 is Microsoft’s largest syndication partner in the UK for reselling Microsoft Office 365.
Combining the portability of a tablet and the power of a laptop, the Surface 3 4G features a 10.8” full HD touchscreen, a high quality 8 megapixel camera on the back, plus a 3.5 megapixel camera on the front. With a quad-core 1.6GHz processor, Windows 8.1 and a full-size USB 3.0 port, customers can use it just like their laptop.
We have some fascinating screenshots of what looks like a new user interface for Yahoo's mobile search engine. They make you wonder: Is Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is about to push Yahoo back into a search war with Google?
NEW YORK: Software giant Microsoft said on Monday it will primarily use debt to finance its US$26.2bn acquisition of LinkedIn, a tie-up that could put the company's Triple A credit ratings at risk. Moody's said it was putting Microsoft's Aaa rating on review for a downgrade, citing the increased leverage that will be needed to fund the purchase. But S&P Global Ratings said it believed Microsoft was committed to its top-notch rating and affirmed the credit at AAA. Johnson & Johnson is the only other credit it rates as AAA.
With the online share of the retail market rapidly approaching the 20 per cent mark, legal experts have issued a stark warning to every business selling through the Internet: you have until 13th June to make important changes to your website and your acknowledgement emails… or face potential cancellation nightmares.
eBay is rolling out a new, personalized homepage to U.S. users tomorrow. It is at once a major improvement to eBay's aging website, and a crushing disappointment—a glaring missed opportunity to take a more substantial leap forward and transform the eBay shopping experience.