It’s that time of the year again -- the Electronic Entertainment Expo is on and we’ve seen some stellar game trailers so far.
So you want to smell like a gamer, do you? Contrary to popular stereotype, gamers smell just like everyone else. But, just like everyone else, your mileage may vary (particularly on the final day of the rAge LAN). There's a specific gamer smell on the way, however, courtesy of Microsoft Xbox and Lynx -- the Unilever brand that we know in South Africa as Axe.
Toby Shapshak sits down with the Microsoft VP to talk about the tech giant's plans to help train Africa's next generation of software engineers.
So you want to get your hands on a Forza game but don't want to pay for it? Funny thing, Microsoft's just made that happen with the launch of Forza Street, a new free-to-play racing title for Windows 10, Android and iOS. The desktop version of the game? Yeah, that's available now.
In this week's Light Start, we've got Samsung losing to a 3D printer, Microsoft's army Hololens, SpaceX's Starthopper, and MK 11's Kollector.
Prior to last night's announcement, there have only ever been two Halo games released on the PC. That'd be Halo: Combat Evolved and Halo 2. Everything else after that was launched on Microsoft's Xbox consoles exclusively. Until now. Microsoft has announced that PC gamers will be getting their twitchy trigger fingers on Halo: The Master Chief Collection shortly. What's more, it'll be available via ...[Read More]
Microsoft has brought new Azure datacentres to South Africa, based in Cape Town and Johannesburg. The datacentres are the company's "...first enterprise-grade datacenters in Africa", and will be instrumental in connecting the country (and the continent) with Microsoft's services.
Better get ready for an all-digital future, boitjies -- because Microsoft is reportedly launching their disc-less Xbox console in April 2019.