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Forza Horizon 4 expansions launch in December 2018 and early 2019

Forza Horizon 4 will get a lot more content right after launch.

Microsoft started off E3 2018 with a bang, taking the wraps off of the latest entry in its Forza Horizon series called Forza Horizon 4. The game takes place in Britain and features numerous enhancements over its predecessor. However, what was most surprising was the announcement that the game would run at 60 FPS on Xbox One X.

Best Surface Book 2 Sleeves in 2018

These sleeves offer the best protection for your Surface Book 2.

Microsoft’s Surface Book 2 is here in both 13.5- and 15-inch configurations, with both sizes offering a wide selection of hardware to ensure you’re getting the best laptop for your needs. These devices don’t come cheap, and you’ll no doubt want to protect your investment with a sleeve. Here are the best available now.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet (3rd Gen) review: Working with style

A 2-in-1 that I don’t want to stop using.

Lenovo’s final piece of the ThinkPad X1 lineup is the Tablet, now in its third generation and looking just as svelte as its companions, the X1 Carbon and X1 Yoga. It now looks more than ever like the Surface Pro — no more detachable modules that snap onto the keyboard dock with an adapter, no more reverse kickstand — and it has more recent 8th Gen Intel hardware.

So how well does it perform on an everyday basis? I used the X1 Tablet for about a week and came away impressed. I thought the second-gen version was more suited to those who need a ThinkPad, but this refreshed model can no doubt fit into the hands of just about anyone. Let’s find out why.

Why open sourcing Windows 10 Mobile won’t change anything #AskDanWindows 49

This week’s episode of #AskDanWindows I field questions from users about why open-sourcing Windows 10 Mobile won’t work (and why it’s a bad idea), how does Microsoft Office run on Windows 10 on ARM, should Microsoft released a tethered HoloLens and more!

Audience questions Episode 49

Should Microsoft open-source the Windows 10 Mile platform? – ASM Khen
Is it possible for Microsoft to release a tethered AR headset, i.e. HoloLens but wired, so that it can be set at a lower price point for consumers? – Maxwell F
You intrigued me with the HP Envy x2 review. What about Microsoft Office for Windows on ARM? Is it there? How’s the performance? – @atlan1504
How is the recent refocus on Cortana any different from Windows Mobile? – constantreader16
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Halo Infinite targeting 4K resolution on Xbox One X

There’s a new Halo game coming to Xbox One.

A week ago, Microsoft opened its E3 2018 briefing with a teaser for Halo Infinite which is powered by the new Slipspace Engine. According to Xbox’s Phil Spencer, the game is Master Chief’s greatest story yet. 343 Industries added that the engine allows opportunities for emergent experiences for gamers of today and tomorrow. The official website states that Halo Infinite is targeting Xbox One and PC, and should run at “4K Ultra HD” and “HDR” on Xbox One X.

Carte mère AM4, vers la fin du support de Bristol Ridge

Face à la politique d’Intel obligeant très souvent d’acquérir une nouvelle carte mère à chaque génération de processeur, AMD a choisi, pour son socket AM4, une certaine « pérennité ». Cependant pour une question de coûts, les constructeurs de carte mère pourraient abandonner le support de Bristol Ridge. Explications. Lors de l’introduction de l’AM4, AMD a annoncé …

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