Recore: blurs the line between Xbox and PC

A game is making huge head lines. No, not for its amazing graphics (which it has tons of from the screen shots I’ve seen). No, not for its pedigree (which includes classic Mega Man and the awesome Dead Rising). Neither for the choice of a female protagonist (which is great also). And no, not for the style of game which has been called an adventure shooter (there are puzzles to solve AND you get to pile up bodies 🙂 )

The real reason for all the hubbub is that this game is part of the Play Anywhere line.  It is actually the first in the line. The concept is super simple: one game – two platforms. And n, you do not need to buy two copies. And no, again, they are not separate games.  Buy one copy, play it on the Xbox, go to your office and play it on your computer. Even the saved games cross over so you can literally play anywhere… you have an Xbox or a Windows PC.

Gotta get!!

Oct 26 is just around the corner!

Is HoloShell going to be revealed?

Will we finally learn what Homehub and Officehub are going to be?

What abput Projet Centenial?  Will we be getting Win32 apps in the Store?  Will it even matter?

Will we get Skpe Teams?

So much news is going to be comind down the pipe.  The Windows 10 event in NYC has become a huge event for all of us Windows Geeks ™ (trademark pending – not really)

There are no huge updates expected in the hardware world but some new accessories may be in the works.

Once we get the info I will geek out with a series of posts!

Stay tuned!!

Better together: Outlook, Facebook and Google

Can you imagine this?  All in one place!? You can access your Microsoft-based email account, your Google drive files and your Facebook pictures – Wow! If the news is real (and it does seem legit) then this is happening soon.

There is an official post on a Microsoft site stating that this functionality has been part of iOS for some time and they are bringing it to Windows.  The Google drive function will be part of attaching files to email and should only take a few clicks.  You will also be able to edit files from a shared link.

The Facebook portion seems easy as well. Again, click on attachments and select Facebook.  Then enter your credentials and you are sharing like a pro!