Sony’s PS5 Controller Now Supports Firmware Updates on Windows PCs

It’s now possible to update the firmware of Sony’s PlayStation 5 DualSense controllers on Windows 10 and Windows 11, no PS5 console required. Sony announced today the release of a new Firmware updater app on Windows which supports updates via a wired USB connection.  Sony releases DualSense firmware updates quite…

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Xbox Cloud Gaming Adds Steam Deck Support via Microsoft Edge

Xbox Cloud Gaming is now accessible on Valve’s Steam Deck via Microsoft’s Edge browser. The Redmond giant has released a new beta version of Microsoft Edge for the Linux-based SteamOS that now recognizes the Steam Deck as a gamepad.  “We worked closely with our friends at Valve to support xCloud…

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Microsoft Edge 100 Lands in the Beta Channel

Microsoft Edge 100 is now available for testers in the Beta channel. This new update will mark an important symbolic milestone for the web browser, though it’s actually pretty light on new features.  The main change in Microsoft Edge 100 is a new option for syncing installed websites or progressive…

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Windows 10 Can Now Be Installed on Valve’s Steam Deck

Valve has released the first Windows drivers for its new Steam Deck handheld gaming PC, which will allow early-enthusiast to replace Valve’s SteamOS with Windows 10. Despite its handheld form factor, the Steam Deck uses standard PC components making it possible to install Windows 10, though doing so now with…

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March Xbox Update Lets Users Pin Games to Quick Resume

Microsoft has started rolling out the March 2022 Update for Xbox consoles. The main highlight is a new Pin to Quick Resume feature on Xbox Series X|S consoles, which lets gamers pin up to two games in Quick Resume so they won’t be replaced by other recently played games. Quick…

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Microsoft Edge 99 Lands in the Stable Channel

Microsoft Edge 99 has started rolling out in the Stable Channel on Windows, macOS, and Linux. This is the latest major update before Edge and other Chromium-based browsers reach version 100, and there are growing concerns about compatibility problems that could be caused by the shift to a three-digit version…

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Microsoft Announces First Xbox Game Pass Titles for March

Microsoft has just revealed the first new games coming to Xbox Game Pass in March. Every month, we’re seeing new titles come to Xbox Game Pass on their launch day, and that continues today with the exploration adventure game FAR: Changing Tides. Microsoft Flight Simulator is also available on Xbox…

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Microsoft Releases the February 2022 Xbox Update

Microsoft has started rolling out the February 2022 Update on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S consoles. This is a minor update that addresses the Xbox Guide lag issue that some Xbox gamers have been complaining about, but there are two other changes worth mentioning. First of all, it’s now…

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Switch is Now Nintendo’s Best-Selling Console of All-Time

As part of its quarterly earnings report, Nintendo revealed that it has now sold over 103.5 million Switch consoles, making it the best-selling Nintendo console of all time. “During the nine months [ending] December 31, 2021, all three Switch models sold well while maintaining a good sales balance,” a dryly…

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Linux Mint Announces Mozilla Partnership

Linux Mint announced that it will keep Mozilla Firefox as its distribution’s default web browser, but with some major changes. It describes the deal as a “commercial and technical partnership.” “Linux Mint signed a new partnership with Mozilla,” the announcement post explains. “It’s a real pleasure for us to join…

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