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Account holders on the Microsoft-owned platform can now become monthly sponsors of open source projects
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Microsoft launching free-to-play augmented reality mobile game in closed beta this summer
Senior community program manager Benjamin Williams on ensuring the industry's diverse voices feel welcome enough to stay
Rival platform holders to collaborate on projects using Microsoft Azure for competitive cloud technology
Gamepad would allow users to read and input Braille text, as well as convert speech commands to input
Asphalt 9: Legends, Asphalt 8: Airborne, and Dragon Mania Legends among the first mobile games to use recently-announced mobile SDK from Microsoft
Alternatively, studios can pay $99 per month for access to the kit
Company becomes first tech organization to join controversial group pursuing carbon fees, legal immunity for oil giants
This could be the quietest E3 yet, making it the ideal time for Microsoft and Nintendo to call a truce
Company value edges over milestone this morning for the first time, making it most valuable US publicly traded company
Microsoft says gaming revenues were up 5% in its third quarter thanks to third-party games' monetization and subscription growth
After decades of platform holders releasing similar hardware, we should celebrate their new, wildly different visions of gaming's future
Disc-less rendition of console to come with three games, costs $250 at launch
Single membership program combines Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass for $15/mo
Digital-only console will be priced at €229.99, comes bundled with Minecraft, Sea of Thieves and Forza Horizon 3
After employees trade harassment stories, CEO Satya Nadella promises consistent, transparent enforcement of company policy
12-month subscription goes from £39.99 to £49.99 to "address changing market conditions"
Multiple business practices of gaming giants called into question by UK authority
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