1.    30 Sep 2014 #1
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    Microsoft introduces 'One Store'

    At a press event in San Francisco, Microsoft announced the upcoming Windows 10 will come with a unified store for all Windows devices. This means the app store for Windows Phone and Windows will be combined into one, something which has been rumored a number of times in the past few months.

    This will help users purchase an app on a single device, and install/update it on all other Windows devices. It also goes in line with the reports we've heard about the rebranding of Microsoft products, with smartphones, and tablets coming under the "Windows" branding.

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    Does this mean Xbox One games will FINALLY have a proper home on Windows?
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