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SEP 18, 2014 - Windows Phone Central

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IE12's code name could be Spartan in yet another Halo reference for Microsoft

The next version of Microsoft's Internet Explorer web browser, IE12, could be using the internal code name "Spartan". If so, this is just the latest example of the company using a code name that has a reference to their Halo Xbox game franchise.

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SEP 13, 2014 - Windows Phone Central

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Quick look at Microsoft's new IE Data Savings companion app for Data Sense users

Data Sense is a vital Windows Phone 8.1 tool for many who like to keep track of how much data their phone consumes each month. Even more, the gizmo gives users the ability to restrict background data when roaming, set data limits, and see which apps grabs the most data. Earlier this week, Microsoft released a companion app for Data ...

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SEP 11, 2014 - Ars Technica

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SEP 11, 2014 - TechRadar

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This may be what Windows 9 looks like

What better way to lead into the end of the week than with a full 20 images allegedly showing an in-progress version of Windows 9?These screenshots portray an "Enterprise Technical Preview" of Microsoft's next OS, code-named Windows Threshold, according to German sites ComputerBase and WinFuture.This preview will launch soon for enterprise users who use mainly desktop PCs, with a separate ...

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SEP 11, 2014 - GeekWire

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Microsoft wants to let gamers play Xbox from their browser, in the cloud

Can you imagine playing an Xbox One game in your browser, without an actual Xbox One console? Microsoft is reportedly coming up with a way to make that happen. Neowin reports that the Redmond company is developing a way to play Xbox games directly in the Windows Azure cloud, from a Chrome or Internet Explorer browser — all at 60 frames per second. The ...

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