Microsoft today announced the release of the Node.js Tools for Visual Studio 1.0 Beta 2. This is a free Visual Studio add-on that enables a rich experience for working with Node.js apps, giving developers the power of the Visual Studio code editor including support for IntelliSense, the Visual Studio debugger, and for running Node.js apps on Microsoft Azure Web Sites or Cloud Services. New features in this release: Improved NPM UI. We updated the NPM management UI so it is easier to use. We’ve also added integrated support for invoking NPM inside of the REPL window with a new .npm command. New analysis and IntelliSense engine. We created a new IntelliSense engine which is capable of analyzing much larger code bases. Once processed the results of the analysis are cached and reused in subsequent sessions which leads to much better performance compared to our previous release. The new engine is also configurable so ...

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As announced in July, Bungie’s next-generation, first-person shooter “Destiny” beta is now available to Xbox One and Xbox 360 users. The actual game will be released on September 9 for both the platforms. You need beta access code to try this beta. For those who pre-ordered the game would have received the it already, others should look out in the web to grab it. Major Nelson has been posting access codes since yesterday, keep an eye on his Twitter account. GAME OVERVIEW From the Creators of Halo and the company that brought you Call of Duty. In Destiny you are a Guardian of the last city on Earth, able to wield incredible power. Explore the ancient ruins of our solar system, from the red dunes of Mars to the lush jungles of Venus. Defeat Earth’s enemies. Reclaim all that we have lost. Become legend. A Bold New World Embark on an epic action adventure with ...

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Earlier this month, Microsoft rolled out the July Xbox One system update. It included new features such as Snap mode for achievements, double-tap to snap, ability to choose spoken language, ability to kike Game DVR clips in SmartGlass and more. Today, Microsoft has started rolling out August 1408 system update preview to beta testers. This update includes the following improvements, The ability to purchase from Xbox.com or SmartGlass app: Your Xbox One console will wake up and download the content automatically. You just need to set the console to Instant On to enjoy this feature. Low battery notification: When your controller is running out of battery, you will get on-screen notification about it. Vibration when holding Xbox button: You will now have vibration feedback when you press and hold Xbox button in the controller. via: WPC ...

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Google Chrome team today announced the availability of Chrome 37 beta channel. With Chrome 37.0.2062.20 for Windows, Google is bringing the much awaited DirectWrite support on Windows, a new password manager UI and more. They also announced that Chrome 64-bit for Windows will be coming to the beta channel shortly. This release contains many stability and developer improvements including: DirectWrite support on Windows A new password manager UI Automatic reload of unreachable pages when network becomes available Dropped Chrome sign-in requirement for Chrome Apps A number of new apps/extension APIs Lots of under the hood changes for stability and performance Do you want to switch to beta release channels? Find out how. ...

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Microsoft today announced a new website where OneNote users can share feedback and suggestions for improving OneNote. Currently, Microsoft relied on feedback from Microsoft Answers forum, social media, etc, for feedback from its users, this new feedback site should allow them to collect direct feedback from users. Also, they have separate sections for OneNote users and OneNote API developers. Today, we’re excited to announce a new and easier way to send us suggestions on how we can improve OneNote—the OneNote Feedback & Suggestions website. Our new site consists of two forums, one for OneNote users and one for software developers. In either forum, you can see suggestions submitted by other members of the OneNote community and vote for your favorites. You can also type a short description of your own idea into the “Enter your idea” box. If your suggestion matches an existing one, you can vote for it—you get ...

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Last month, we reported that Bungie’s next-generation, first-person shooter “Destiny” beta will be made available to Xbox One and Xbox 360 users in late July. The actual game will be released on September 9 for both the platforms. Today, Activision announced that Destiny beta will launch on July 23rd for Xbox One and 360 owners. GAME OVERVIEW From the Creators of Halo and the company that brought you Call of Duty. In Destiny you are a Guardian of the last city on Earth, able to wield incredible power. Explore the ancient ruins of our solar system, from the red dunes of Mars to the lush jungles of Venus. Defeat Earth’s enemies. Reclaim all that we have lost. Become legend. A Bold New World Embark on an epic action adventure with rich cinematic storytelling where you unravel the mysteries of our universe and reclaim what we lost at the fall of our Golden Age. More Ways ...

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Bungie’s next-generation, first-person shooter “Destiny” beta will be made available to Xbox One and Xbox 360 users late next month. The actual game will be released on September 9 for both the platforms. But the Destiny beta will be landing on Xbox One and Xbox 360 in late-July for fans who have pre-ordered the game. You can Pre-order Destiny for Xbox from Amazon here. Bungie today revealed the list of Xbox Live achievements that you can earn via Destiny on Xbox. Find the list below.   Source: Bungie ...

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Microsoft today announced that “Project Spark” beta program is extending onto Xbox One. Microsoft launched “Project Spark” Beta on Windows 8.1 devices in December 2013 and since then people are creating their old game worlds using this game’s revolutionary toolset. Since it is available both on Xbox One and Windows 8.1, with cross-platform capabilities and through the power of Cloud Saving, “Project Spark” creators can build on a Windows 8.1 device, and then pick-up a controller to continue playing on Xbox One or vice versa.  How to Download Project Spark Beta is now available for the Xbox One! To download Project Spark, you can search for Project Spark (recommended) or find it in the Xbox Store under Games. Search Tip: •Say Xbox Bing •Say Project Spark If you have not signed into the Windows 8 Beta, follow the on screen instructions to register or redeem a key if you already have it. Kinect ...

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The most anticipated FPS of this year Titanfall on Xbox One is just a month away from its release. Few days back, EA/Respawn took Titanfall beta registration live allowing users to sign up for themselves. If you have a received a beta code key, you can enter the beta. Today, Titanfall team tweeted that the beta is now open for download for everyone on Xbox One. Pre-Order Titanfall Now, Coming March 11, 2014 Watch Behind-the-scenes Look At The Titanfall Beta, Including Exclusive Gameplay(Video) Microsoft Announces Xbox One Titanfall Limited Edition Wireless Controller, Pre-order Now 12 Xbox Games Among VGX 2013 Award Winners, “Titanfall” Wins The Most Anticipated Game Title ...

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  We all know that Microsoft is planning for a major Windows update in 2015 codenamed ‘Threshold’. Before Windows Threshold update, Microsoft has planned a minor update for Windows 8.1 called Windows 8.1 update 1. Some screenshots of the build got leaked recently, you can take a loot at them here. Today, Winsupersite reported few more new information regarding Windows ‘Threshold’. Read the summary below. Windows ‘Threshold’ might be called Windows 9 when it gets released. Microsoft thinks moving away from Windows 8 brand might help them market it better. Windows 9 will include some major fixes to the Metro design language. Windows 9 is expected to release in April 2015. Windows 9 will have three other milestone releases like beta, RC before hitting RTM. Microsoft is planning to provide some sort of vision statement regarding the future of Windows and may provide a glimpse of Windows Threshold at BUILD ...

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A new screenshot has surfaced showing the boot screen likely to appear on the public preview of Windows 8.1 next week.  The ‘betta fish’ first appeared as a wallpaper in Windows 7, then a Metro version of the fish made its way to the consumer preview in Windows 8.  The fish is a Siamese fighting fish, commonly known as a ‘betta’ fish, used by Microsoft for “beta” builds of the OS. Microsoft will unveil a preview build of Windows 8.1 at the BUILD conference next week at San Francisco.  Stay tuned to Microsoft-news for full coverage. In Windows 7 In Windows 8 Source: Win8China   ...

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