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Microsoft’s efforts to create in-house content for its Xbox ecosystem appears to be ticking right along. Today Leap Motion, a company building a motion-capture device that allows people to interact with computers sans touching them, released a video of its device in action with Windows 8. Google on Monday announced it is killing Google Checkout, its online payment processing service, on November 20, 2013. Today Yahoo unveiled a major update to its photo-sharing service, Flickr, including the addition of full-resolution images, an updated Android application, and 1 terabyte of free storage. After taking over much of the weekend’s news cycle with its acquisition of Tumblr, Yahoo has more to share: the firm has announced that Flickr has been completely redesigned, featuring high-resolution. Dell calls its XPS 18 a “portable, all-in-one desktop” machine. You’ll probably call it the biggest tablet that you’ve ever used, but for the first time ever, that’s perhaps not. Newsle, a news discovery service, announced that it has raised a $1.65 million Series A round of funding. Facebook on Monday announced the release of its native Share Dialog, which lets iOS developers add sharing capabilities from the social network to their app with just one line of. As the producer behind hits such as The Ring and Mulholland Drive, Neal Edelstein is now trying his hand at experimental new media, kicking off with Haunting Melissa. Over the last few months, Google has been working on porting its Chrome OS app launcher to Chrome for the desktop.