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Xbox 360 Spring Bundle proves Microsoft isn’t quitting yet

Xbox 360 Spring Bundle proves Microsoft isn’t quitting yet

While generally a sort of fire sale like the one you’re about to see here is something we’d suggest means a stock reduction is in order, Microsoft appears to be playing a different game. Continuing to support the release of games and, indeed, making clear that they’ll be continuing to give games away to Xbox Live members, Microsoft is pushing an Xbox 360 Spring Value Bundle to be released in late March of 2014.

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SlashGear giveaway: Lenovo 2 Pro and Miix 2 8 Tablet

SlashGear giveaway: Lenovo 2 Pro and Miix 2 8 Tablet

This week SlashGear has one Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro and one Lenovo Miix2 8-inch Tablet to send your way, bringing the newest in new notebook and tablet technology straight from the manufacturer. SlashGear has recently posted a Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro Review for you to have a peek at if you’ve not gotten to see this folding laptop up close and personal, while our Lenovo Miix 2 8-inch tablet hands-on will have to do until we push our full review this Spring. This initiative will be taken on by Lenovo and SlashGear, straight through our Lenovo Hub!

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Xbox One controller driver for PC MIA: fan creates solution

Xbox One controller driver for PC MIA: fan creates solution

There’s little in the software side of the equation out there that the user-mod universe hasn’t cooked up. If there’s a piece of hardware - like an Xbox One controller - that someone wants to use on a non-traditional piece of equipment - like a PC - then they’re going to figure out a way to do it. Since coder Lucas Assis didn’t want to buy a ControllerMAX like everyone else, he decided to whip up some code of his own.

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ControllerMAX gaming controller converter Review

ControllerMAX gaming controller converter Review

The device known as ControllerMAX allows you to plug in and use essentially any gaming controller into any console or PC - it’s as simple as that at the baseline. This device is no larger than a USB dongle and just as light - and that’s what you get in the box - simple at the outset. NOTE: The brand formerly known as ChronusMAX has become ControllerMAX in the time it’s taken for us to review this device, believe it or not, so supposing you’re seeing the lead image in this review and are baffled by it, fear not - it’s the same device.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 800M notebook launch lineup stacks up

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 800M notebook launch lineup stacks up

In the launch of NVIDIA’s next generation of notebook-aimed graphics processors, a series of manufacturers have stepped up to bring the first wave in with thinness. Groups such as MSI, Alienware, ASUS, Razer, Lenovo, and Gigabyte will be delivering models this season with a variety of NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 800M GPUs under the hood. These releases will all benefit from NVIDIA’s GeForce Experience and all the goodies that go with it.

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White PS4 DualShock 4 controller appears: colors on the horizon

White PS4 DualShock 4 controller appears: colors on the horizon

This morning Game Director Steven ter Heide of Guerrilla Games showed off his brand new DualShock 4 controller for the PlayStation 4. While the controller likely works exactly like the original, this model is the first all-white model we’ve seen in the wild. This controller is also branded with the title KILLZONE: Shadow Fall, likely set for release with a future edition of the game for PS4.*

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HP 8 Android Tablet launched without fanfare

HP 8 Android Tablet launched without fanfare

The recent MWC 2014 could have been the perfect setting for HP to announce their HP 8 Android tablet, but it looks like the company preferred a softer approach and quietly launched the $169.99, 7.85-inch tablet online. Powered by Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, the details on this device include expandable microSD storage, 1GB of RAM and 16GB internal storage.

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Dell Latitude 13 heads to school with its own integrated cart

Dell Latitude 13 heads to school with its own integrated cart

This week Dell has ushered in their newest education-aimed notebook, one going by the name Dell Latitude 13. This device works with a choice of Intel Core i3 (4010U) or Intel Celeron Dual Core (2957U) processors and a choice of basically any operating system you want inside the Microsoft Windows family between Windows 7 Professional and Windows 8.1. The display on this machine comes in at a lovely 13.3-inches with HD (1366 x 768 pixels) with 200nits of brightness.

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