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Things We Saw Today: Lucy Liu Was On the Set of Luke Cage Season 2…But Why?

Lucy Liu was on the set of Luke Cage Season 2 as it filmed in Harlem!

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Visually Impaired Kids Get a Feel for Code With Help From Microsoft

Project Torino is a Microsoft research initiative based out of Cambridge, UK. Its aim is to help introduce coding fundamentals to elementary students with varying disabilities.

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Xbox Pulls a Netflix, Launches Monthly Downloadable Game Pass Service

Initial offerings include Halo 5: Guardians, Payday 2, and more.

Microsoft's launching their "Xbox Game Pass," which will let you download and play a selection of games for $9.99 a month.

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Nearly 100 of U.S.’s Biggest Companies (Facebook, Google, More) Filed a Court Motion Against Trump’s Muslim Ban

How's that whole "businessman president" thing going?

One of Donald Trump's key redeeming points was supposed to be that he could run our country like a business, whatever that vague nonsense means, but our actual business leaders are extremely unhappy with what he's doing so far—an impressive feat at just over two weeks in office.

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Things We Saw Today: Little Girl’s Thundercloud Costume Is Perfect Storm of Amazing

The dad who created the "Glowy Zoey" costume has created "Princess Cumulus," a thundercloud costume for his daughter.

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This Is What the GoldenEye 007 Xbox 360 Remaster Looked Like, but We Can’t Have Nice Things

Nintendo and Microsoft, get your act together.

We were all pretty excited about the release of GoldenEye: Source 5.0 recently, but an official remaster of the N64's seminal FPS would truly be ideal, and fans aren't the only ones who think so. There was once a remastered, downloadable version of the game planned for Xbox Live Arcade on the Xbox 360, but as you might expect, Nintendo and Microsoft had trouble coming to a legal arrangement to make that possible, and the game never saw (re) release.

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How Do You Go to the Bathroom and Other Questions About This Microsoft Xbox Onesie

Listen: if you want one of these Xbox One S ies (heh), I won't judge.

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Why Did Microsoft Trick So Many Users Into Installing Windows 10?

If you're a Windows user, then it's unlikely that you missed the deadline for Microsoft's free upgrade to Windows 10, which passed by over a month ago. You got plenty of reminders. In fact, it's pretty likely that you upgraded to Windows 10 whether you wanted to or not.

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Microsoft Wants to End Video Game Console Generations With Project Scorpio, but We’re Not so Sure

Sounds like just speeding them up.

Microsoft and Sony both have upgraded hardware on the way for their current consoles, but though their tactics may seem similar, they may be aiming at very different goals. For Microsoft, the upcoming "Project Scorpio" is not just a leap forward in console power but also potentially the end to game console generations as we know them.

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These Gold Leaf Temporary Tattoos Are a Touchscreen and a Fashion Statement

Cindy Hsin-Liu Kao, PhD student at MIT, took inspiration from the street fashion in Taiwan when she took part in helping put together this stunning piece of wearable technology at the MIT Media Lab, in partnership with Microsoft. It's called the Duoskin, and it's a gold leaf temporary tattoo that can be used as a touchscreen.

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The Windows 10 Free Upgrade Expires Tomorrow! Let’s Talk Pros & Cons of Upgrading

If you have Windows installed on your computer, then you already know that you can get a free upgrade for Windows 10. That free upgrade expires tomorrow. Here are the reasons for and against upgrading.

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Catching Pokémon on HoloLens Looks Like the Pokémon GO of Our Dreams

One that doesn't crash for hours would also work.

Sure, it seems like Pokémon GO is already the Pokémon GO of our dreams—despite its faults—but what if it could get even better? That's the world imagined by this demo on Microsoft's HoloLens headset, which maps graphics to your surroundings, and it's both exciting for future possibilities and a painful reminder of just how limited our Pokémon hunting experience still really is.

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E3 2016 Roundup: Microsoft Xbox Press Conference

As a Sagittarius, I don't know how to feel about Project Scorpio.

Now that we've recovered from that bout of contagious slow motion walking, we're here to share our thoughts on Microsoft's Xbox conference.

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Catch Microsoft’s E3 2016 Livestream Right Here

Starts at 9:30AM PST/12:30PM EST.

If you're looking for somewhere to chill and watch the Microsoft E3 livestream, then look no further, pal. You've come to the right place.

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Microsoft Will Pay $26 Billion to Buy … LinkedIn?

You remember LinkedIn—the social network you last used when you were looking for a job and haven't updated your profile since. Yeah, that's the one. Well, Microsoft is endorsing all of its skills and trying to raise them up to the next level by buying the company for $26 billion.

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Microsoft Accidentally Sold Free Copies of Fallout 4

And then they took them all back. WHOOPS.

Thanks to a little oopsie-daisie at the Xbox Store, Microsoft customers were able to download Fallout 4 for free late last week--along with its season pass and expansion packs.

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Things We Saw Today: Teen Flips Water Bottle Onto Table, Crowd Goes Wild

Dare you not to smile.

It's fine if you don't get why this video is so good. You can just chalk it up to the youths being the youths.

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Microsoft Working on Two New Game Consoles, Plus TV Streaming Solution

Microsoft currently has plans to develop not one but two brand new consoles for release sometime in the near future.

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Xbox One/PC Crossplay Kicks off Today With Rocket League

The days of walls between console and PC players are slowly coming to an end—and possibly the ones of walls between different consoles, but that's still up in the air—when Microsoft takes online games cross-platform today. The first title to make use of the feature will be Rocket League, allowing PC and console fans to settle their differences over a game of rocket-powered, vehicle-based soccer, the way nature intended.

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Amilia St. John Has Some Words for Her Father’s Sexist “Toddler Meltdown” About Gaming and Tech

To catch you up, Alex St. John, one of the original pioneers of Microsoft's DirectX platform and founder of WildTanget Software, wrote an opinion piece over on VentureBeat a few days back basically saying that anyone who expects a 40-hour work week in gaming (or even compensation for overtime) just has the wrong attitude—oh, and he made sure to point out women's "victimology psychosis" on his website as people became understandably upset over his opinions.

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