In this edition of Ask The en, I take your questions about Xbox Live coming to Nintendo Switch, Alexa uses and the PC games I wish I had more time to play.
I haven’t been as excited for a winter gaming line-up as I am this year in a very, very long time.
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The Leaves have fallen, and it always feels like it is always dark. Folks, it’s time for another Ask The en. In this edition, I answer questions about my favorite Android launcher, how Xbox got its name and more.
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With the Alexa Xbox One skill, you can use your Amazon Echo to turn on your console, send messages and adjust your televisions’ volume without picking up your Xbox One controller.
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Back again to answer your questions is Ask The en. If you’re interested in video games coming exclusively to Xbox One in 2019, selling your old console, or whether you should be emotionally invested in virtual reality headsets, this is the column for you.
All too often, fans of TV shows, movies, and video games fill the internet with broad declarations they have no intention of seeing through. I said I was going to buy a PlayStation 4 to play Marvel’s Spider-Man over the summer. And that’s exactly what I did.
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Another month, another edition of Ask The en. I’ve got answers to all the questions you sent me this past month. That includes a guide to cleaning your Xbox One controller and the answer to a question I get a lot: why don’t I have Xbox Game Pass?
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“In New York, for example, JPay — which aspires to be the “Apple of prisons” — gave out 52,000 free tablets in February 2018. By 2022, it expects to make all of that money back plus $9 million in profit, according to internal company documents. That’s because of the way it has priced even its most basic inmate services.”
from The Outline’s The Free Prison Tablets That Aren’t