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Blizzard Entertainment has announced that it is to launch StarCraft: Remastered worldwide on August 14. The modernized version of the award-winning sci-fi RTS classic can now be pre-purchased via the online Blizzard Shop for $47.99/£12.99. Anyone pre-purchasing prior to August 14 will get three unique building skins to use in the game: the Char Hive, the Korhal Command Center, and the Aiur Nexus. Anyone buying the game will also get digital bonuses for StarCraft II, including the Alexei Stukov co-op commander and three unique portraits celebrating StarCraft: Remastered.

The new game brings a modern feel to the original StarCraft, while keeping the gameplay the same as it has always been for nearly twenty years. It’s also fully compatible with the current version of StarCraft. Here are some of the game’s features:
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Windows Central has posted some exclusive images that it has obtained of Microsoft’s cancelled Surface Mini tablet. Back in 2014, Microsoft intended to announce a Surface Mini tablet along with the Surface Pro 3. However, the smaller tablet was never released, despite being mentioned in the Surface Pro 3 user manual. Apparently, Microsoft decided to cancel the project because it thought that the Mini didn’t have enough unique selling points.

The photos obtained by Windows Central show that the Surface Mini looks a lot like a smaller Surface Pro 3 in portrait mode. Windows Central says that the outer casing of the Mini “feels soft and felt-like.”
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The Mini has a built-in kickstand in landscape mode, with angled edges to make it easier to hold when using the Surface Pen, which makes a lot of sense considering that Microsoft was said to be intending to market the Surface Mini as an ideal...

Microsoft’s Ultimate Game Sale kicks off tomorrow, and Xbox Wire reports that it’s not just Xbox games that are included, with lots of great deals on Windows 10 games also featured, such as Gears of War 4, Halo Wars 2, Resident Evil 7, Fallout Shelter, Dead Rising 4, and many more.

PC gamers will also be able to pick up deals on select gaming PCs, mice, keyboards, and headsets from Dell Alienware, Asus, MSI, Lenovo, Razer, Logitech, and Kingston.

This year’s sale is running for 4 more days longer than last year, starting on June 30 and ending on July 10. To celebrate the sale, Microsoft is giving away two ultimate prize packs for both Xbox and PC gamers, where you can win equipment, cash cards, and more. The Ultimate PC Gaming Prize Pack includes the following amazing prizes:
  • Alienware Aurora R6 Gaming Desktop
  • Alienware 25" Gaming Monitor
  • Alienware Pro Gaming Keyboard
  • Alienware Elite Gaming Mouse
  • $1000 Windows...

Mobile News reports that Urban Armor Gear (UAG) has just launched two new impressively sturdy cases to keep your new (and old) Microsoft Surface Pro safe and sound.

Both cases meet military drop-test standards of MIL STD 810G 516.6 as well as being impact resistant, and both are compatible with Microsoft Type Cover Keyboards and the Surface Pro 4 as well as the new 2017 Surface Pro.

The Plasma case (pictured) will set you back £79.99, and the Metropolis case is a little cheaper at £49.99 (or local equivalent).

The Plasma series includes a 360-degree rotational hand strap, as well as a shoulder strap and built-in kick-stand and comes in a...

Business Insider reports that Microsoft general manager for Surface, Ryan Gavin, has told them that the iPad Pro was a “clear example” of Apple following Microsoft and not the other way round.
Gavin conceded that Microsoft does keep an eye on its competition, but as far as actually assembling the Surface hardware is concerned, “we don’t really look at Apple.”

Speaking during Microsoft’s Studio Space event at London Tech Week, Gavin said that Microsoft’s main reason for creating the Surface Laptop was because “our customers wanted it.”


In a post on the Windows blog Microsoft Devices corporate vice president Panos Panay celebrated the arrival of Surface Laptop and the new Surface Pro, which are now available to buy in 25 markets worldwide, as well as increased availability for Surface Studio around the world.

“People are already falling in love with Surface Laptop,” said Panay, and he’s not wrong, as the laptop has received some excellent reviews, including The Telegraph calling it “the best-looking Windows laptop,” and The Verge saying that it was “worth the wait.”

Panay also took the opportunity to announce that all four Surface Laptop colours are now available in 17 new markets, with Burgundy, Cobalt Blue, and Graphite Gold joining Platinum as options...
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