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The Xbox One's backwards compatibility feature has been a big hit, players collectively spending more than 145 million hours playing Xbox 360 games on Xbox One since the feature landed in November 2015. Part of the reason why the program has been so successful may come down to the fact that Microsoft has steadily added new games to the catalog, including much-requested ones like Red Dead Redemption and Call of Duty: Black Ops.
Back in 2014, it was confirmed that The Division's DLC would launch first on Xbox One. However, at the time, the duration of the exclusivity period was not mentioned. Now, a new video from GameStop suggests that Xbox One players will get a 30-day headstart over other platforms for The Division's DLC.
Apple successfully argued during a 2012 trial that Samsung infringed its patents.Apple sure isn't impressed by Samsung's Supreme Court plea.
YouTube channel Fine Brothers, creators of the popular "React" video series, have found themselves in hot water after they announced their intentions to trademark the word "React." They're doing so for a new project called React World, which aims to allow people to license the React format for their own videos. This news was first reported by Variety last week, while the official announcement video is available below.
The Assassin's Creed movie producer Jean-Julien Baronnet is opening a new production company, Marla Studios, that's devoted to adapting video games into movies. Baronnet left his five-year position as CEO of Ubisoft Motion Pictures in April.
You'll soon be able to drop your phone worry-free from selfie level with a little help from Corning. The glass company presented the fifth iteration of its super-resistant Gorilla Glass at an event at its offices in Palo Alto, California.