Do you own a Sony’s PlayStation 3? Do you want an Xbox One? But you don’t want to pay the $499 price tag. Well then, Microsoft just started a new trade-in program that rewards $100 on store credit that can be used to buy a brand new Xbox One when you let go your PS3 or Xbox 360. The trade-in program is not permanent, check the article for more details. Now that we are talking about Xbox One, some information leaked early this week about Microsoft preparing to slash price on its recently released game console, but the rumor has it, this Xbox One will not include a Blu-ray drive. Also there are talks of Microsoft gearing up to launch a white version of Xbox One and one with 1TB of storage. Let’s move to social. This week Facebook made a lot of headlines after unveiling its next app called “Paper” to compete directly with Flipboard. Super Bowl Sunday is upon us and for those football fans there are two Windows 8.1 worth trying to enhance the viewing experience: NFL Mobile and Official Super Bowl XLVIII — Check them both for the links below. Finally, this week Microsoft revealed that SkyDrive is becoming “OneDrive” after losing trademark dispute with the British company “Sky Broadcasting Group” (BSkyB) about six month ago. All this and more… Welcome to Pureinfotech: Tech Recap edition. Each weekend I will bring you a compilation of articles of the week, including how-to guides, features, tech news, and more. This is simply a list with a brief description of pieces you might have missed or you might just want to read again.

Windows 8.1 Update 1 leak confirms boot to desktop by default and close button for apps Microsoft trade-in program offers $100 to ditch your PS3 to buy an Xbox One Facebook Paper iOS app unveiled, but no Windows Phone or Android yet Xbox One update lands in March, white console, and discless system are coming this year Official Super Bowl XLVIII app for Windows 8.1 released NFL Mobile app for Windows 8.1, the best way to follow the Super Bowl Microsoft ‘Office Online’ to replace Office Web Apps name soon… Microsoft forced to rename SkyDrive, now it’s called ‘OneDrive’

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