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RIP Cortana: Windows 11 is getting a new AI ‘personal assistant’

At its Build event today, Microsoft announced that a new AI assistant called Copilot (as seen in a few Microsoft apps already) is coming...

Age of Empires 2 gets some all-timer patch notes as it finally stops monks hiding in relics and dying when they drop them

Age of Empires 2 Definitive Edition was released in 2019, and is as faithful a remaster of 1999's Age of Empires 2 as you'll...

The Chinese versions of Blizzard’s games may have been shut down over a big misunderstanding

In January, gamers in China lost access to Blizzard games, including World of Warcraft, Hearthstone, Diablo 3, and Overwatch, as a result of a...

Microsoft finally adding missing taskbar functionality to Windows 11

A Windows desktop can be a deeply personal thing when it comes to user preference, so we always expect a little shock with new...

Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick says Sony is ‘not returning our calls’

With Microsoft's proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard continuing to run up against regulatory resistance, Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick is now taking to the...

Microsoft might have plans to get rid of all those RGB lighting apps on your PC

Is this the end of all those RGB lighting apps installed on my PC? For years I've gathered up app after app for the...

Google’s new AI didn’t do a racism but its public screw up still knocked $100B off the books

We all love a healthy dose of schadenfreude now and then, and when it comes at the expense of one of the biggest tech...

Obsidian once had plans for a Rick & Morty game

Life is filled with paths not taken. Careers unpursued, loves unrequited, games based on massive media properties unmade. Games like Obsidian's take on Rick...

OpenAI’s ChatGPT Pro ain’t gonna be cheap

Update: Having reached out to Zahid Khawaja, he gave a demonstration of ChatGPT Pro in action. He says, "I obviously subscribed as soon as...

One year after announcing Activision Blizzard acquisition, Microsoft is laying off 10,000 employees

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced today that the company will lay off 10,000 employees as part of an effort to "align our cost structure...

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