Xbox Console Microsoft just dropped the price of its gaming console. The Xbox One now costs $ 299 in the U.S. with a 500GB hard drive, or €299 in Europe. For $ 319, you get a 1TB hard drive. And bundles also get a $ 50 price cut.
Interestingly, this news comes right before E3. Microsoft is set to announce a new, slimmer Xbox One. Rumor has it Read More


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Interview: Estonian president Toomas Hendrik Ilves

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Multitasking and shopping on Chrome for iOS just got easier

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Crunch Report | Try Amazon Alexa In A Web Browser

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Trip Bundles in Inbox by Gmail

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Zesty hires Nate Keller, Will Douillet to ramp up healthy corporate catering

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Play Store comes to Chrome OS, but not the way we expected

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The Google Play store, coming to a Chromebook near you

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We launched Chromebooks for people who wanted a fast, simple and secure computing experience. Chromebooks just work — open the lid, and within seconds, you’re on your favorite sites and apps, getting stuff done. Virus protection and automatic updates are built-in, so you don’t have to manage your computer. And that’s worked great for our […]

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