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Microsoft Surface Pro finally has laptop feel

And those advantages are many. Point being, Surface Pro 4 may look like Surface Pro 3. Plus did I mention it's gorgeous in person? When Surface Pro 3 worked, however, it worked very well. It supports multitouch gestures as expected. Apple's newest touchpads with Force Touch are also still better, mainly because they allow you to click anywhere on the pad, including the very top.

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Meet the new 2016 Mini Convertible

Now, the wait is over. The vehicle will make its official debut at the Tokyo Motor Show next week, and will hit dealerships in March 2016. As the first open top MINI powered by BMW Group engines and architecture, the new MINI Convertible is a premium four-seater soft-top convertible that is both practical and customizable for unlimited open-air motoring fun.

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Microsoft starts to ship Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows

On your Windows device you simply have to plug in the Xbox Wireless Adapter to an available USB 2.0 or 3.0 port and Windows will take care of binding the adapter to your controller(s). They did, however, confirm local pricing: $34.95. Scratch that, those with Windows 7 are happy, and Windows 10 has a few rather intimidating issues, keeping Windows 8 users at bay for the moment.

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Microsoft expands enterprise program to broaden Surface appeal

Microsoft says the Surface Pro can replace your laptop, it's still primarily a tablet. People either love or hate the Surface Book's magnesium design , especially the polarizing bendy-straw-like hinge. Even its trackpad deserves a most-improved award. Now the review embargoes have lifted and critics are weighing in on the Surface Book - and the reviews are very positive.

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Windows 10 Mobile to begin rolling out to existing devices in December

Microsoft has described the new mobile-device plan as focusing not on selling as many phones as possible, but on a narrower set of scenarios in which it thinks it can win over customers. Forrester Research analyst Frank Gillett said the phones' innovative eye-screening security and ability to link to other computing capacities were intriguing ideas, with the latter of particular interest to enterprises.

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Level up with Ubisoft Club

Ubisoft announced the new Club program today with a video on its Uplay video channel, which certainly makes it seem as if Club could be the new Uplay. Uplay requires registration for another service on top of existing Xbox Live and PlayStation Network memberships, and effectively blocks players from accessing content within purchased games if they aren't logged in.