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Xbox One's preview program now assigns users a level based on their participation. When it's not causing issues with its unfinished features (hey, it's QA testing), Xbox One's preview program can be rewarding in and of itself--you get to try out cool new features not yet available to the general public. Apparently not satisfied with that, Microsoft is trying to turn testing system updates into a sort of game by tracking your stats and offering points. Preview program members will now find a new My Stats section in the Preview Dashboard app. From there, you can check out how many points you've earned, which in turn contribute to your level. A leaderboard tracks your progress against that of your friends (or other users, if none of your friends get preview updates), similar to the new gamerscore leaderboard released in this week's Xbox One update. Points are earned by completing quests, rating updates, and participating in surveys and polls. Fortunately for those who have been in the preview program for some time, you'll retroactively earn points for all of your past contributions. More things are coming to the My Stats page "soon," according to Microsoft, which also says you can earn rewards by participating. The preview program launched back in February, offering "select" Xbox Live users the chance to help test in-development features. We've seen these users get a variety of updates ahead of time since then; aspects of the update that went live for everyone this week have been available to testers since August. Should you want to join in, you'll unfortunately need an invite from Microsoft. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
See new fighters Claudio and Katarina in action. We have a bunch of new information on Tekken 7 as the Bandai Namco fighting game is starting location testing in Japan. In this video, uploaded by YouTube user Abdul-Ghaffar Allaf, you can see one previously unannounced character named Claudio, and in this video you can see another newcomer to Tekken 7, Katarina. We also know that Bandai Namco is testing some fundamental changes to the Tekken formula. Two new additions in Tekken 7 are Rage Arts and Power Crush. With Rage Arts, players can enter fighter-specific commands to initiate a Rage State, which increases attack damage and grants access to special moves. Power Crush, meanwhile, are special moves that can't be interrupted by attacks, but that still leaves you open to taking damage. You can use them as much as you want, but at the risk of dwindling your health bar. According to Siliconera, Tekken 7 will also feature some fighter customization items. As we reported when Tekken 7 was first announced, it will use Unreal Engine 4, and you can see its logo displayed prominently in the videos, but Tekken series director Katsuhiro Harada said that what we can see now doesn't represent the final product. He said that the game's graphics are "60 percent" finished, and that they don't yet include character lighting, skin shaders, and other features. In early August, Harada revealed another potential new fighter when he asked players for feedback on its design. Tekken 7 is set to hit arcades in Japan next year, but we still don't have a date for a console release. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
Facebook, like all other social media sites, is always up to something, but the companyâ€™s latest test will give you nothing short of a good laugh. Facebook is now adding a â€œsatireâ€ tag to posts that report funny stories that arenâ€™t true, and the test has been verified for a satirical site such as The Onion. Some may ponder why Facebook would do such a thing, particularly if the best part of the satire is that people seem to believe itâ€™s true, but the company likely wants to prevent the same response that it discovered when the algorithm deception on 700,000 users became public recently. To add to that would be to say that there are some stories that seem unlikely, although itâ€™s often hard to decipher the fact from fiction. If youâ€™ve ever heard of the Washington Postâ€™s report on Sarah Palin joining the Al-Jazeera network, Stephen Colbertâ€™s report on the Tacocopter, or a daily prank site known as The Daily Current, youâ€™ll understand that prank news is a booming business (unfortunately). So far, Facebook has only gone so far as to verify the new satire label and its use for prank sites: â€œWe are running a small test which shows the text â€˜[satire]â€™ in front of links to satirical articles in the related articles unit in News Feed. This is because we received feedback that people wanted a clearer way to distinguish satirical articles from others in these units,â€ said a Facebook representative. Interestingly enough, only posts from The Onion are bearing the â€œsatireâ€ label at the moment, and only after you return to the browser will you see a â€œrelated articlesâ€ list that bears the label. The original post that moved you to click on the URL wonâ€™t bear the â€œsatireâ€ label, but Facebook will likely improve this feature â€“ if it becomes useful to Facebook users. The feature has been in testing for a month now, and we donâ€™t know how much longer Facebook will conduct testing on the feature until it decides to release it to the Facebook user base. Itâ€™s a good measure to prevent reporters and journalists from running wild with cleverly-concocted hoax stories, but what is even more laughable is that fake news sites are allowed to continue to provide publication to fictional events.
Itâ€™s been said time and time again that Tim Cookâ€™s not an innovator like Steve Jobs. As of last summer, some tech analysts were calling for Tim Cookâ€™s resignation as CEO because he didnâ€™t possess the engineering nature of Appleâ€™s former late CEO. At the same time, however, Tim Cook is Steve Jobâ€™s handpicked successor for the Apple throne â€“ and, whatever the reason, Steve Jobs chose him. One reason Cook was Jobsâ€™s choice may have something to do with his skill in retail operations. Cookâ€™s been on the hunt to bring Apple customers back to Apple retail stores across the United States, particularly because US customers have a tendency to shop for new iPhones at their local retail stores. Most contract-minded individuals looking for a new iPhone rely on their carrier (AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint), while off-contract customers who desire a T-Mobile or AT&T prepaid agreement buy their devices from either T-Mobile or AT&T retail stores. Some buy their devices from local Apple retail stores so that they can also pick up an accessory or two â€“ but the majority of customers buy from wireless carriers. Tim Cook wants to change this wireless carrier mindset of American iPhone customers who think of the Apple Store as the last place theyâ€™d turn to for their iPhone purchase. With this goal in mind, one new rumor churning out of the mill suggests that Apple may offer early upgrade plans to its customers sometime soon (perhaps this Fall with the arrival of the iPhone 6). Now, T-Mobile iPhones can be purchased at Apple stores for off-contract agreements, but T-Mobile customers must pay full price for an unlocked iPhone 5s (for example), which comes in at around $692, or get on a two-year agreement with carriers AT&T, Verizon, or Sprint. The new early upgrade plans would take the original T-Mobile price at an Apple Store (full price for an iPhone 6) and allow T-Mobile customers, with a credit check, to purchase the device for a certain amount down with a certain amount added to the customerâ€™s T-Mobile bill each month. As with Verizonâ€™s EDGE plans and AT&Tâ€™s Next plans, Apple Store customers would get to sign agreements with Apple stores but get the new iPhone 6 for $0 down with a certain amount due each month. After paying off about 50% of the iPhone 6 price with 6 months of the agreement completed, iPhone 6 users would be eligible to upgrade from a 4.7-inch iPhone 6 to the 5.5-inch iPhone 6. Apple only has one iPhone announcement each year, so six-month upgrades will leave iPhone customers with nowhere to go. Of course, if an iPhone user wants to upgrade from a 16GB to a 32GB, 64GB, or 128GB model, however, the customer can make that decision as well. With Appleâ€™s decision to bring iPhone 6 early upgrade plans to its American retail stores, the companyâ€™s sending the message that it really wants to win its customers back in retail. Appleâ€™s first move to win back numbers in retail stores involved granting T-Mobile customers access to iPhones that were specifically intended for T-Mobileâ€™s network (AWS-enabled iPhones, as opposed to typical unlocked iPhones that were once incompatible with T-Mobileâ€™s 4G LTE network and only ran on 3G wireless).