Including the ability to record calls, and a nifty new notifications panel.
Is this the most promising clue yet that the critically acclaimed open-world sequel is coming to the PC?
Some people couldn’t wait for the official launch of the demo, so have cracked it open ahead of BlizzCon at the end of the week.
The hope is that we’ll see the OS next year – alongside the much-rumored foldable dual-screen device.
Bethesda is still using the same engine as Fallout 4, but has gone to great pains to point out that it’s been much improved.
Microsoft’s latest fiscal results have seen its coffers swell, and Surface is part of that, alongside major cloud and Xbox gains.
And it’s advice you really need to read if you’re one of those running the latest version of Windows 10.
A new spin on the MacBook Air, or perhaps a complete replacement for the ailing notebook, is apparently imminent.
Speculation claiming that Intel had killed off the CPUs is entirely untrue, according to the chip giant.
You’ll be able to experience either Westfall or the Barrens, but not the Deadmines or Wailing Caverns dungeons.
Updated If you thought the big update was getting close to emerging from the woods, think again as another serious bug strikes.
This could represent a nice performance boost for the Pascal-based graphics card ahead of AMD’s incoming Polaris refresh.
Performance is boosted courtesy of Intel's latest CPUs in both devices, and there are nifty new color schemes, too.
A new pink color for Surface Laptop 2 – actually known as ‘Blush’– is exclusive for China at this point.