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Microsoft ends tests with xCloud gaming platform on iOS due to App Store policies [Ux2] – 9to5Mac

Microsoft started testing its xCloud gaming platform on iOS in February, but things have been complicated since then. The company announced today that it’s ending tests with xCloud on Apple’s mobile operating system due to strict App Store policies. Update: A…

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Microsoft started testing its xCloud gaming platform on iOS in February, but things have been complicated since then. The company announced today that it’s ending tests with xCloud on Apple’s mobile operating system due to strict App Store policies.
Update: An Apple spokesperson told Business Insider that the reason xCloud and other gaming platforms are not allowed on the App Store is because the company can’t review every single game included in those apps.
The App Store was created to be a s…

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Amazon warns you might not get your preordered Xbox Series X on launch day – CNET

The new console launches Nov. 10.

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The Xbox Series X launches Nov. 10 for $500.
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Amazon has sent emails to people who’ve preordered its upcoming Xbox Series X, warning buyers on Friday that the gaming console may not arrive by launch day. The $500 console will ship on Nov. 10 alongside the lower-priced $300 Xbox Series S. 
“We’re contacting you about your order of Xbox Series X to let you know in advance that you may not receive this item on the day it is released due to high demand,” Microsoft’s email said. “We are m…

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Make your iPhone home screen ‘aesthetic AF’: How to change your app icons in iOS 14 – CNET

You can finally customize the look and size of your iPhone apps with the help of the Widgetsmith and Shortcuts apps.

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You’ll soon be able to change the way your app icons look.
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The iPhone’s ($699 at Amazon) home screen has looked just about the same since the very first iPhone, with app icons perfectly lined up in rows, all the same size. That’s finally changed with the new iOS 14 update, which lets you customize the way your apps look, give them completely different names and change their size and color.
Customizing your iPhone screen is becoming a sudden trend, as it’s a huge change for iP…

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Google Pixel 5: the top 5 things we’ve got left to learn – TechRadar

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The Google Pixel 5 is probably almost here. Google is holding an event on September 30 and we fully expect to see its next flagship there. As with most major smartphones though, the Pixel 5 has also been extensively leaked, so we already have a very good idea of what to expect.
Just about every single spec and detail has leaked at this point, but there are still a few gaps in our knowledge, or things that havent leaked much so were less sure if theyre true.
With that in mind weve come up with …

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