• Xbox Cloud Gaming just got a lovely upgrade on Microsoft Edge

    4 days ago - By TechRadar

    The latest version of Microsoft Edge has made the browser even better for Xbox Cloud Gaming. Microsoft Edge version 103 has introduced two new gaming modes for its browser. These are Clarity Boost and a new efficiency mode, and both look to be the perfect fit for Xbox Cloud Gaming. Microsoft announced the additions via its Windows Experience blog - although the new gaming options have been in testing since March. But finally, the features have made their way to the latest public build of Microsoft Edge, which you can update to now. Both Clarity Boost and efficiency modes are Edge-exclusive...
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  • Microsoft Edge Rolls Out New Homepage for Xbox Cloud Gaming

    Microsoft Edge Rolls Out New Homepage for Xbox Cloud Gaming

    4 days ago - By Tech Times

    Good news for Xbox users! Microsoft Edge has a new homepage to cater to your gaming needs.
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  • The smart city is a perpetually unrealized utopia

    The smart city is a perpetually unrealized utopia

    4 days ago - By Technology Review

    In 1959, in a short essay called “The Great Game to Come,” a little-known Dutch visual artist named Constant Nieuwenhuys described a new utopian city-one that he was soon to dub “New Babylon.” “The technical inventions that humanity has at its disposal today,” he presciently stated, “will play a major role in the construction of the ambiance-cities of the future.”
    Like nearly every imagined future utopia, New Babylon was never built. It was manifested only in architectural drawings, sketches, maps, collages, and experimental films. Its creator, generally known as Constant, envisioned his...
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  • Xbox Cloud Gaming mouse and keyboard support coming soon

    Xbox Cloud Gaming mouse and keyboard support coming soon

    5 days ago - By Pocket-lint

    Microsoft is to add mouse and keyboard support to its Cloud Gaming with Xbox Game Pass service soon. It currently only allows gamepad or touch controls , so the addition of PC accessory support will enable the service to offer a broader range of games. The company teased the move in March , with the head of the team behind Microsoft Flight Simulator informing the community that it was being worked on. Now it seems we're close to seeing the first supported games hit the platform: "Xbox has been supporting keyboard and mouse for a few years now, and we're working on adding it to streaming...
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