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Microsoft (MSFT) has unveiled its latest tablet. The technology giant officially debuted the new Surface Pro 4 at its Windows 10 event, held in New York City on Tuesday. The product, meant to draw customers away from laptops, includes a 12.3 inch screen, with a smaller bezel than its Pro 3 predecessor.

Xbox Live users are aggravated about repeated outages that have prevented gamers from accessing online multiplayer features.

x-boxone-chat-093015.jpg Microsoft Corp. has increased the number of people in a local Xbox One party chat to twelve from the previous limit of eight. The company has rolled out the new feature to Xbox One and the Xbox App on Windows 10.

Video game publisher Activision Blizzard Inc (ATVI) has formed a new e-sports league for its iconic game "Call of Duty", showing the video game publisher's intention to take e-sports seriously. The new e-sports league, which will kick off in January 2016, has tripled its prize pool to $3 million,...

iphone6-092115.jpg Apple Inc. said Monday that its latest smartphones, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, will be available at the technology giant's retail stores at 8 a.m. local time on Friday, September 25. The company also noted that more than 50 percent of existing devices have upgraded to iOS 9, its newest mobile operating software that was rolled out last week, marking the fastest iOS adoption ever.

Apple Inc. (AAPL) Friday announced that iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus would be available at 8:00 a.m. local time on September 25 at Apple's retail stores. Stores will have the new iPhones available for walk-in customers who are encouraged to arrive early. Both models will also be available on the...

AppleIOS-091815.jpg Apple Inc.'s newest mobile operating system, iOS 9, was announced by the tech giant at the Worldwide Developer Conference in June 2015 and was released on Wednesday, September 16. While unveiling the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus smartphones earlier in September, Apple had said that the new smartphones will come with iOS 9, which would be available as a free software update.

Amazon-Fire-091715.jpg Amazon's tablets are going to be a hot stocking stuffer this Christmas. At just $49.99, the new Fire tablet boosts of a 1.3 GHz quad-core processor, 7" IPS display, front- and rear-facing cameras and up to 128GB of expandable storage. It's the first computer that the average person can buy in bulk -- the Fire tablet will be sold in a six-pack for around $250.

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