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Microsoft extends the warranty on Xbox Elite 2 controllers after hardware problems occur

Microsoft is extending the warranty on its Xbox Elite 2 controller after complaining about hardware problems. “We have claimed that a small percentage of our customers have mechanical problems using their Xbox Elite Series 2 wireless controller,” explained a Microsoft support article. “To ensure your satisfaction, we are extending the warranty period for Elite Series 2 controllers from 90 days …

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The Tokyo Stock Exchange is paralyzed by a hardware failure in the worst failure of all time

By Stanley White, Eimi Yamamitsu TOKYO (Reuters) – A hardware failure stopped trading on the Tokyo Stock Exchange on Thursday. It was the worst failure the world’s third largest stock market had ever suffered. It wanted to reopen on Friday. After the first full-day suspension of the TSE since the start of fully electronic trading in 1999, investors searched in …

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ULA is delaying the start of Delta IV Heavy again due to hardware problems at the Cape

CONCLUDE A United Launch Alliance Delta IV heavy rocket will launch the next National Reconnaissance Office payload from Cape Canaveral in August. Florida today Technical problems forced the United Launch Alliance to again delay an upcoming launch of the Delta IV Heavy missile from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, the company said on Saturday. “The team needs additional time to …

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Hear what we’ve said so far about the Surface Duo hardware

This week continues The edgeFriday episode of The Vergecast, Wired senior writer and Verge Alum Lauren Goode stops by to discuss her new podcast wiring and stays to talk to her about technology and devices Verge Colleagues Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn. In this episode, we’ve taken a step closer to reviewing Microsoft’s long-awaited Surface Duo. Our review of the …

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The Chromecast’s reset button is a testament to the reliability of hardware in a digital world

Google’s Chromecast is the epitome of a software first device. Almost all functions are defined by the software, and usually not even by the software that is installed on the Chromecast itself. However, the Chromecast has a single hardware button: an emergency reset button on the back. This is evidence of the importance and reliability of physical inputs over software …

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