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Xbox games revealed for Windows 8 PCs for continued cross-platform action

Xbox games revealed for Windows 8 PCs for continued cross-platform action

Microsoft is taking the next step towards full cross-brand integration with a giant set of Xbox game titles being announced for Windows 8. With this set of games coming to the Windows 8 desktop platform, Microsoft's top-selling Xbox brand expands to a whole new level - beyond even the first wave in Windows Phone 8 and glimpses of game cross-overs in Windows 7. The full list of games that Windows 8 will be working with right out of the gate will also integrate a list of high-powered developers that in come cases have been chomping at the bit to work with the desktop universe - this is it!

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App Store affected by corrupt app updates

App Store affected by corrupt app updates

Apple provides an easy way to update your apps on iOS and OS X via both App Stores, but reports indicate that updates for some apps pushed to the store are causing crashes. Marco Arment, the developer behind Instapaper, first noticed the issue after posting an update to his app yesterday. Just a few minutes after pushing the update, users were sending emails and tweets reporting that the app was crashing despite the fact that the update was stable when submitted to the App Store.

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Nokia outs Lumia app exclusives

Nokia outs Lumia app exclusives

Nokia Windows Phone users have a new batch of exclusive apps to look forward to, with the Finns revealing a handful of software details for Lumia including PGA Tour, Groupon and Angry Birds-themed special content. June will see the new PGA Tour app hit Lumia phones as a year-long exclusive, along with Live Tiles sports scores, team-level panoramas, score/league/team personalization, and the inclusion of tennis, NASCAR and the 2012 Olympics to the existing ESPN app this fall. More details after the cut.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: April 30, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: April 30, 2012

Happy Monday, everyone. It may be the beginning of the week, but it's the end of the month and we're going out with a lot of technology news to round off April. For all you Skype lovers out there, check out the new Skype 4.0 update that just hit iOS. And moving on to more universal mobile news, you'll never believe this. Or maybe you will - Angry Birds Space now hottest mobile game in history. Also, Microsoft secures Windows 8 tablet ebook future.

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RIM’s three key goals for BlackBerry World 2012

RIM’s three key goals for BlackBerry World 2012

The company known as Research in Motion will need to prove themselves substantially this year at their biggest developer event, BlackBerry World, if they hope to keep afloat for long. To do this, they've got a bit of work to do, work that can be summarized in three easy points that are not so easy to make a reality. Let's have a look at what BlackBerry's makers can do to keep what's traditionally been the business end of the mobile world alive.

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Mac App Store hits 10,000 Apps: here’s the best

Mac App Store hits 10,000 Apps: here’s the best

As the Mac App Store passed 1 year in business earlier this year, so too has the store this month passed the 10,000 applications - with some surprising entries sitting at the top of the charts this week. Some unsurprising entries into each of the three "top" lists on the Mac App Store are Apple-made apps OS X Lion, iPhoto, and Keynote. You'll find several apps you may have never heard of before today as well, especially in the "Top Free" section of the store. This digital app store is distributed with all Mac OS X installs, and takes cues from the iTunes App Store on how the software business is evolving to a click-and-download model as fast as you can say environmentalism.

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BlackBerry PlayBook gets fully working PlayStation emulator

BlackBerry PlayBook gets fully working PlayStation emulator

If Angry Birds Space doesn’t satisfy your BlackBerry PlayBook gaming needs, how about original PlayStation games? An enterprising developer on the Crackberry forums has created a PlayStation emulator for the PlayBook, allowing you to play a myriad of 1994 games on the 7-inch tablet. It’s still a work in progress, so some games may fail to load, but hey: it’s PlayStation on your tablet.

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