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Corsair SP2500 2.1 Speaker

Corsair SP2500 2.1 speakers.

Amazing sounding speakers. I purchased them for listening to Spotify whilst at my desk.

The sub has a few knocks to it, please see the pictures. Satellite speakers look in good condition. Comes with instruction book, all cables and plug in remote.

The sub is extremely heavy and I don’t have the box to pack securely so pick up is preferred.

Price and currency: 100
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: PayPal or BT…

Corsair SP2500 2.1 Speaker

Corsair SP2500 2.1 Speaker

Corsair SP2500 2.1 speakers.

Amazing sounding speakers. I purchased them for listening to Spotify whilst at my desk.

The sub has a few knocks to it, please see the pictures. Satellite speakers look in good condition. Comes with instruction book, all cables and plug in remote.

The sub is extremely heavy and I don’t have the box to pack securely so pick up is preferred.

Price and currency: 100
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: PayPal or BT…

Corsair SP2500 2.1 Speaker

Corsair SP2500 2.1 Speaker

Corsair SP2500 2.1 speakers.

Amazing sounding speakers. I purchased them for listening to Spotify whilst at my desk.

The sub has a few knocks to it, please see the pictures. Satellite speakers look in good condition. Comes with instruction book, all cables and plug in remote.

The sub is extremely heavy and I don’t have the box to pack securely so pick up is preferred.

Price and currency: 100
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: PayPal or BT…

Corsair SP2500 2.1 Speaker

Spotify for Windows 10 available now in the Windows Store

Spotify logo in blue and red

Spotify for Windows 10 is now available to download in the Windows Store.

We’re excited to announce that Spotify for Windows 10 is now available to download in the Windows Store*. We first announced our partnership with Spotify in early May and are thrilled to bring the Spotify app to Windows 10 and Windows 10 S customers following on the heels of the release of Surface Laptop and Windows 10 S last week. The Spotify app is available today in all 60 countries where Spotify is available and offers the same familiar experiences as the Win32 application**.

With Spotify on Windows 10, you can enjoy, discover and share millions of songs wherever and whenever you want. Make and share your own playlists, or let Spotify suggest something great for you. Listen for free or subscribe to Premium for higher quality listening and to take your music offline

Browse the curated playlists section shown on the Spotify app for Windows 10

Browse the curated playlists section shown on the Spotify app for Windows 10

Discover new music genres in the Spotify app for Windows 10

Discover new music genres in the Spotify app for Windows 10

Find out what music is trending by country in the Spotify app for Windows 10

Find out what music is trending by country in the Spotify app for Windows 10

We’re proud to partner with Spotify to make it easy for customers to enjoy music however and wherever they want. Get started with the Spotify app for Windows 10 by downloading it today from the Windows Store. You can also learn more about today’s exciting news over on the Spotify Blog.

*Available on Windows 10 PCs and tablets. To download this app, your PC or tablet must be running the Windows 10 Anniversary Update or greater. If you’re not sure which version of Windows your PC is running visit this link. To learn how to get the Windows 10 Anniversary Update click here.

**The Spotify app for Windows 10 is available in the following markets, Andorra, Argentina, Austria, Australia, Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Guatemala, Honduras, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, New Zealand, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, Uruguay, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

Stay on top of it all during the holidays and have fun too, with the new Microsoft Band

A girl is using the new Microsoft Band and music controls at the gym

Today, we are excited to announce several new features exclusively for the new Microsoft Band – features customers have been asking for, and we’re proud to deliver on – including all-new music controls, activity reminders, and an improved and enhanced Exercise Tile. Keep your rhythm this holiday season with the new Microsoft Band: your ‘coach,’ your fitness wearable and partner for staying on top of it all.

All-new music controls

Put your phone away and control your music directly from your new Microsoft Band. The full-color touchscreen displays the song title and lets you pause and play, skip forward and back, and turn the volume up and down. You’ll find the perfect tunes to get you in the holiday spirit this month with our new partner Spotify, but any music app you use on your phone connects to your new Microsoft Band through Bluetooth. Use your new Microsoft Band’s music controls any time, whether you’re working out or waiting for the bus.
New Microsoft Band with music controls

Stay active with notifications that remind you to get up and move

Be more active throughout your day. Your new Microsoft Band can now remind you to get up and move when you’ve been still for too long. You choose the time intervals and the days you want to be reminded. You can also set a period of time when you don’t want to receive reminders, like when you’re sleeping or driving.
The new Microsoft Band with activity reminder

Choose your favorite exercise when you use the Exercise Tile

Now, it’s easier to track your duration, calorie burn, and heart rate for your favorite exercises when you use the Exercise Tile. Select popular options, like yoga or weightlifting, or name your own. When you review your exercise sessions in the Microsoft Health app or Web Dashboard, your summaries and observations will be grouped by exercise type for better insights into your performance.

Learn about new features on Microsoft Band with the ‘What’s New’ Tile

Easily find out about new features for your new Microsoft Band with the ‘What’s New’ Tile. The tile will automatically appear on your band when new updates are available. Tap the tile to learn about great new features and functionality.

Stay fit, get fit, or just burn a few more calories and stay ahead of the holiday season and beyond with the new Microsoft Band, now available for of $249.99* at Microsoft retail stores, MicrosoftStore.com and other third-party retailers.

* Estimated retail price

Weekend Reading: Aug. 29th Edition – Surface Pro 3 now in 28 markets and Royal Caribbean provides 40,000 crew members with Windows tablets

This week, we’ve got stories on Surface Pro 3’s increased availability worldwide, Royal Caribbean Cruises going more high-tech by giving its crew Windows 8.1 tablets, and Bing in the Classroom’s lesson plans are back for a second school year.

Surface Pro 3 is now available in 25 additional markets around the world, bringing the total to 28 markets, including the United States, Canada and Japan. The 25 new markets are: Australia, Austria, Belgium, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Korea, Luxembourg, Malaysia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand and the United Kingdom. The Surface Pro 3 Docking Station is available for pre-order, and will be generally available starting Sept. 12.

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Windows 8.1 tablets are headed into the hands of Royal Caribbean’s 40,000 crew members, with those on the line’s newest ship, Quantum of the Seas, to be the first to get the 8-inch tablets built by HEXA for the cruise line. The tablets will include services such as Bing, Skype, Office 365 and OneDrive, and will provide a vital lifeline for ship staff to stay in touch with family members. Guests aboard the Quantum of the Seas will also be able to play games with friends around the world using Xbox One consoles, available for the first time on Royal Caribbean’s ships through Xbox Live and the ship’s unprecedented connectivity.

Royal Caribbean gives its crew members 40,000 Windows 8.1 tablets

As kids head back to school, Bing in the Classroom will be there, too. Since last fall, the program has published nearly 800 lessons plans that are paired with Bing’s stunning home page photos. When used with Bing in the Classroom’s ad-free search offering, the lesson plans enable students to practice critical thinking and search skills in an ad-free, safer and more private online environment.

A Siberian tiger takes a swim at the Antwerp Zoo in Belgium (© Hans Kuczka/Aurora Photos)

A Siberian tiger takes a swim at the Antwerp Zoo in Belgium (© Hans Kuczka/Aurora Photos)

Just in time for football season, “Madden NFL 15” was released, along with a special bundle for Xbox One. For $399, you can get both the game and the Xbox One console, including wireless controller and a chat headset, with the bundle available at Microsoft retail stores and other select U.S. retailers. You also won’t want to miss the special events at Microsoft retail stores tied to the release of “Madden NFL 15,” as well as to “Destiny,” Bungie’s much-anticipated first-person shooter that will be out Sept. 9. Hands-on gameplay, prizes and free food are all part of the in-store celebrations.

Madden NFL 15, Weekend Reading

The Kinect sensor for Xbox One will become available as a standalone purchase starting Oct. 7. It will cost $149.99, and also come with “Dance Central Spotlight,” from developer Harmonix. The Kinect experience includes voice and gesture controls, biometric sign-in, instant personalization, instant scanning of QR codes and enhanced features only available with Kinect in games such as “Kinect Sports Rivals,” “Dead Rising 3,” “Project Spark” and more.

Kinect sensor, Xbox One, Weekend Reading

New Azure SQL Database service tiers with reduced pricing were announced for the database-as-a-service that gives customers greater price performance and business continuity for cloud apps.There also will be a new performance level, hourly billing and an enhanced service-level agreement of 99.99 percent availability. As of November, customers will see savings of up to 50 percent on previously published prices for Premium and Standard tiers.

Did you spot Spotify in the Windows Phone Store? The free app lets you choose from millions of music tracks. You can browse, listen and create playlists, and you can save and share music, as well as follow others. The revamped NFL Fantasy Football apps for Windows and Windows Phone is our App of the Week, letting you join and create leagues in just minutes, and track live scoring on the go of your fantasy matchup and favorite players, with in-game video highlights available as soon as they happen on the field. You don’t want to miss the limited-time FREE Disney Games sale for Windows Phones, with six games available, including “Disney Solitaire” and “Toy Story: Smash It!” There’s also the Indie Game Spotlight in the Windows Phone Store for games like “Skelly Rider,” “Manuganu 2,” “Timberman by Digital Melody” and more than 30 others. The Share to Speech app turns articles into speech or MP3 files by sharing a Web page or pasting its link. It can also convert Microsoft Word and PowerPoint documents, along with many other text files, into speech. When you install Share to Speech from the Windows Store ($4.99), it also comes with the version for Windows Phone.

Spotify for Windows Phone

Spotify app for Windows Phone.

This week on the Microsoft Facebook page, we offered the ultimate back-to-school prize package. For a chance to win, tweet an #8WordEssay about this photo. Join us on our page to learn more on how to enter.

Microsoft Facbook page, 8-word essay, Weekend Reading

Hope you don’t have to labor too much – or at all – this weekend. Thanks for joining us for this edition of Weekend Reading, and we’ll see you next week!

Posted by Suzanne Choney
Microsoft News Center Staff

 

Spotify now free on Windows Phone

Spotify is rolling out an update today that gives you access to millions of songs on your Windows Phone device for free. Spotify lets you discover new music, save, shuffle and share. You’ll be able to listen to playlists you’ve created or playlists from people you follow. You can shuffle through a certain artist’s entire catalog. Looking for the right playlist? Spotify provides all kinds of playlists for you to choose from. If you’re hosting a housewarming party, they’ve got you covered. They’ve even got playlists for different moods. Spotify Premium continues to offer on-demand, ad-free access to your music that you can also take on the go with the offline mode with no Internet connection needed.

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If you don’t already have Spotify installed, you can download it here from the Windows Phone Store.