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The new Indian Citizenship Bill has caused serious issues in India and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella who is Indian commented on the matter. He mentioned that what is happening in India is sad and just bad. The following is what Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella had to say about the new Indian Citizenship Bill: I think what is happening is sad… It’s just bad … I would love to see a Bangladeshi immigrant who comes to India and creates the next unicorn in India or becomes the next CEO of Infosys. Nadella has been living in the US as an immigrant and hopes that things get better in India. He mentioned that he wanted to see a mor3e diverse India. He went on to mention the following regarding the matter: I’m shaped by my Indian heritage, growing up in a multicultural India and my immigrant experience in the United States. My…

Sony missed out on E3 2019 but recent rumors claimed that the company is going to skip E3 2020 as well. With the PS5 coming out later this year, Sony has confirmed that it is not attending E3 2020 either. A Sony spokesperson confirmed the rumors that the company will not be attending E3 2020 but Microsoft is still going to be there according to Phil Spencer. Here is what the Sony spokesperson had to say regarding the matter: After thorough evaluation SIE has decided not to participate in E3 2020. We have great respect for the ESA as an organization, but we do not feel the vision of E3 2020 is the right venue for what we are focused on this year. We will build upon our global events strategy in 2020 by participating in hundreds of consumer events across the globe. Our focus is on making sure fans…

Xbox Series X is the next-generation console from Microsoft and AMD seemed to have shown off the backside as well as some of the ports but that render turned out to be fake. Now we have information regarding the actual ports that you can find on the Xbox Series X and it has been confirmed that the upcoming console will not feature HDMI Pass-Through. Xbox Series X To Have A Single HDMI Port Previous Xbox consoles have had dual HDMI which can be used as HDMI Pass-Through so that you can connect other devices to the Xbox and make it an entertainment system of sorts but new reports claim that will not be the case with the Xbox Series X as it only has a single HDMI port. It is possible that Microsoft is not selling the Xbox Series X as an entertainment system but as a gaming console. This…

AMD showed off renders of the Xbox Series X in a video during CES 2020. The video includes a look around of the console. While we got to see a couple of ports including USB Type-A, USB Type-C and HDMI and media is speculating all kinds of things, the render of the  Xbox X shown by AMD at CES 2020 was not even real. AMD spokesperson confirmed that the render was not from Microsoft and that it is not accurate despite what some people might think. Here is what AMD had to say regarding the matter: The Xbox Series X imagery used during the AMD CES press conference was not sourced from Microsoft and does not accurately represent the design or features of the upcoming console. They were taken from TurboSquid.com. TurboSquid provides 3D models, and it appears that someone at AMD used one of the many renders available of…

We got our first look at Xbox Series X codename Project Scarlett at the Game Awards 2019. While it does look like a PC, what was expected. It is being powered by AMD Zen 2 and Navi after all. I personally really like the look but you can have a different opinion of course. The Xbox Series X is going to have exceptional price to performance and here we are going to talk about why that is the case. Xbox Series X Price To Performance While we have little information regarding the price of the Xbox Series X, there have been plenty of speculations and the common prediction is that it is going to cost around $500. Keeping in mind that the console is going to be the most powerful console on the market and will be able to deliver up to 8K 120 FPS, that means that the price…

Microsoft’s next-generation gaming console, Xbox Scarlett, is releasing during the Holiday Season of 2020. With its release, we will step into a new era of video game development. The sheer power under the hood and architecture used to create Xbox Scarlett means developers can do so much more with future titles. Speaking with Xbox Magazine, Marketing Head Aaron Greenberg stressed on what developers can do. For one thing, with next-generation games, developers can create “bigger worlds.” You give all that (CPU. SSD, GPU), and more memory, and more power and everything to developers and they create bigger worlds. They can use all of those technical capabilities to come up with things that we haven’t even thought of. So that’s always exciting too, what people do with the tech and how they think about maximizing that. SO that’s the part we’ll have to wait and find out!” Greenberg confirmed that Microsoft…

Microsoft has revealed its latest Surface Laptop 3. Traditionally, Microsoft has utilized Intel’s mobile processors but for Surface Laptop 3, the company has opted for AMD Ryzen chip. The chip in question is the Ryzen Surface Edition. This raises is the question, is Microsoft ditching Intel for good? Microsoft Surface Laptop 3 isn’t the first product to feature a Ryzen mobile CPU. Previously, we have seen laptop manufacturers introduce laptops based on Ryzen mobile CPUs. The reason for that is quite simple, Ryzen chips offer better performance than Intel chips. We have seen Ryzen desktop CPUs to blow past Intel in terms of performance. This also holds true for mobile chips. Not to mention, current Ryzen CPUs are based on the 7nm process node while Intel is still struggling to introduce 10nm CPUs in the market. Furthermore, Intel has been the target of serious security exploits which came to light…

Ninja has made the move to Mixer and we talked about how much money he might have been offered to make the transition. It turns out that Ninja was not the only one that was contacted. Jacksepticeye was also offered a deal of some sort to create content on Mixer but Microsoft backed by at the end. The company did not say no but mentioned that the money had already been spent. Now we know where all that money went. Jack could give us an insight into how much money was offered. This is not surprising because Mixer would need to have some sort of backup plan if Ninja did not join. Jacksepticeye might not be the biggest Fortnite streamer in the work but he is a gamer with great content and a lot of reach. People like to watch his content. I for one am a fan myself and…

Ninja recently announced that he has left Twitch and will stream exclusively on Mixer, Microsoft’s streaming platform. Ninja is one of the most popular Fortnite streamers in the world so you have to wonder, how much money did Microsoft pay Ninja to get him to stream exclusively on Mixer? While we do not have the exact numbers, we do know how much money Ninja made in a year on Twitch and we have an idea of what kinds of terms he would agree to with Microsoft. Twitch is no small things for Ninja to leave and it is safe to say that he would be compensated for making the move to Mixer. Here Is How Much Money Microsoft Paid Ninja To Stream On Mixer So how much money did Microsoft pay Ninja to stream on Mixer? We know that in 2018, Ninja made around $10 million. Keeping that in mind,…

Ninja has just announced that he will no longer stream content on Twitch and will be coming on to Mixer instead. If you do not know what Mixer is then let me tell you it is Microsoft’s streaming platform. While Mixer is not as big as Twitch when it comes to the number of viewers but getting Ninja onboard could change that. Exclusive streaming partnerships seem to be the way to go. Recently PewDiePie announced that while he uploads his videos to YouTube, he will stream only on DLive. If you are interested in watching Ninja then you will need to follow his stream on Mixer rather than Twitch. Ninja announced his move to Mixer in a rather funny video in collaboration with Mixer and you can check it out below: The next chapter,https://t.co/lvn9KBjEYq pic.twitter.com/tljVgyM3bG — Ninja (@Ninja) August 1, 2019 Let us know what you think about Ninja streaming…