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Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse Officially Announced

Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse Officially Announced

The Arc Touch mouse was one of the teased, and re-teased devices that we were generally interested in seeing more of. After the launch of Apple's "magic" trackpad, seeing what Microsoft could come up with to counter-act Apple's endeavor was an interesting thought. And, now that we've got an official announcement from the Redmond-based company, we can say that we're happy to see that the mouse is still in tact, even if there are plenty of touch options in there to make any future lover happy.

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Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse Shows Off Again in Marketing Images

Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse Shows Off Again in Marketing Images

Teased once, and shown off on a German website not soon after, the Microsoft Arc Touch mouse seems to be a legitimate device ready for the mainstream consumer. Of course, this is Microsoft we're talking about, so they could be teasing all of this just to tell us it's not a real product, after all. Plus, unless Microsoft is outlining when to release these "leaks," these are German sites getting their hands on these images, and sharing them with the world.

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Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse gets premature unveil

Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse gets premature unveil

Last we heard, Microsoft's Arc Touch Mouse was due sometime next month; that hasn't stopped German retailer notebooksbilliger jumping the gun and putting up their product page.  According to their details, the Arc Touch Mouse is a wireless peripheral that physically bends for comfortable mousing but flattens out for easier transportation.  It has a large touch-scroll sensor - presumably the grey bar running between the buttons - for easier navigation.

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Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse $69.95 MRSP spotted; due September?

Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse $69.95 MRSP spotted; due September?

Details on Microsoft's Arc Touch Mouse continue to dribble out, with the peripheral now showing up with an official MRSP on a reseller price list.  According to that list, the Arc Touch Mouse will be priced at $69.95 - unsurprisingly falling into line with Apple's multitouch peripherals, the Magic Mouse and Magic Trackpad.  Meanwhile, there's also talk of when we can expect to see the Arc Touch Mouse arrive.

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Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse tipped as Apple Magic Mouse rival

Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse tipped as Apple Magic Mouse rival

A new product listing for a Microsoft Arc Touch Mouse (product code RVF-00003, with an MRSP of around $70) has prompted speculation that the company are preparing their own rival to Apple's Magic Mouse.  istartedsomething spotted the scant details online, together with an arctouchmouse.com placeholder, and drew some tentative connections between the presumed new peripheral and the prototype multitouch mouse Microsoft demonstrated as part of their Mouse 2.0 research last year.

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Here’s how SteamOS destroys Microsoft

Here’s how SteamOS destroys Microsoft

This week the gaming-centric company known as Valve has announced plans to release SteamOS, a living room-aimed operating system that will be free to download and free to license. This operating system is based on Linux architecture - similar to how Android is a Linux-based OS - and the company intends on expanding well beyond the confines of their current video games-based model with TV, movies, and music. Is Microsoft too big to fail? We're about to find out.

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Microsoft and GlacierWorks join forces to offer virtual Everest experience

Microsoft and GlacierWorks join forces to offer virtual Everest experience

Mount Everest and its region are well known, yet something the vast majority of us will never experience in person. That won't stop us from getting a detailed look at the area, however, thanks to a partnership between Microsoft and GlacierWorks, a non-profit from mountaineer and filmmaker David Breashears. Called Everest: Rivers of Ice, the project allows Web users to interactively travel through the region from behind their computer monitor.

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Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard Review

Microsoft Sculpt Comfort Keyboard Review

Along with Windows 8, Windows RT, and Windows Phone 8, Microsoft has released a handful of new keyboards, trying to cover the wide range of people who need a physical keyboard regardless of it they're working on desktop or on a tablet. Of all of these keyboards, the new Sculpt Comfort Keyboard is probably the most interesting. The Sculpt is another ergonomic keyboard in a sea of products that claim to cut down on wrist strain and actually make typing easier. The question is whether that's actually the case, or if it's all PR fluff meant to get us to hand over cash for a keyboard we might not even need. Read on to hear the verdict.

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Netflix details Windows 8 app as rumored Microsoft buyout leads to stock jump

Netflix details Windows 8 app as rumored Microsoft buyout leads to stock jump

If you're a Netflix user who happens to be upgrading to Windows 8 today, then you'll be pleased to know that the video streaming service has gone into detail about its Windows 8 app. Now available on the Windows 8 Store, the Netflix app lets you browse and watch content without actually going to the Netflix site, and it's been engineered to work with both touch controls and the more traditional mouse and keyboard. Netflix director of product innovation Michael Spiegelman and engineering manager Matthew Trunell have even put together a little video that walks users through all of the new features of Netflix on Windows 8.

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