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Grand Theft Auto V coming to next-gen in November, PC in January

09/13, 2:25pm

Rockstar Games title seeing enhancements for newer platforms

Rockstar Games has revealed that open-world crime title Grand Theft Auto V will arrive on next generation consoles PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 18. The long-awaited PC version will be a bit delayed from previous reports, and follow on on January 27, 2015.

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Microsoft says it will replace Xbox One consoles with noise issues

09/11, 4:46pm

Owners witnessing buzzing, clicking sounds at the dashboard since August

Since August, Xbox One owners have been complaining about a noise emanating from the console, leading owners to believe that new Xbox One consoles are faulty. Users are experiencing a loud clicking or buzzing sound coming from the hardware itself, with a majority of the faulty units purchased without the Kinect sensor. Microsoft now appears to be issuing exchanges for properly working models, according to a statement made to gaming site Kotaku.

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Destiny last-gen buyers get free next-gen copy, Vita controls added

09/07, 4:30pm

PS3, Xbox 360 buyers get free next-gen copy for limited time, Vita remote play controls refined

With Bungie's Destiny coming out later this week, the company announced an initiative to give players still on last-gen hardware an easier way to transition to next-gen consoles in the near future. Bungie announced that players that purchase a digital copy of Destiny for the Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 are eligible for a free digital version on either the Xbox One or PlayStation 4. Sony also announced a control scheme specific to that PlayStation Vita that Bungie developed for those playing the game via remote play.

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Microsoft to put standalone Kinect for Xbox One on sale in October

08/27, 8:05pm

Kinect costs more than bundle price reduction, will come with Dance Central Spotlight

Since the release of the Xbox One, Microsoft has experienced a rough relationship with consumers due in part to the Kinect. When the company ditched the sensor and dropped the price of the console by $100, sales were said to have doubled with the new the $400 sensor-less console option in place. However, now Microsoft says that it's seeing a demand for the Kinect. On a post on Xbox Wire today, the company said it would begin offering a standalone Kinect unit on October 7.

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Microsoft may provide Xbox One trials under 'Free Play Day with Gold'

08/21, 10:46am

Surfaced screenshot of Xbox One menu suggests new trial system being tested

Microsoft may be preparing to offer games to play before purchase on the Xbox One. A screenshot has surfaced on Reddit showing some titles under the company's existing Games with Gold program, with some game listings being labeled "Free Play Day with Gold," suggesting that Gold subscribers would soon have the option to trial the game.

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EA adds PS4 CoachGlass, but drops Madden 15 demo, limits early access

08/19, 4:00pm

Yearly demo nixed in favor of limited EA Access playtime, adds CoachGlass for PS4

Electronic Arts (EA) has pulled an interesting move with the upcoming Madden 15 and its EA Access program recently, making the subscription program the only way gamers can try out the football title before it is formally released: the company is abandoning its yearly demo trend to give Xbox One owners the chance only to play the game before its August 26 release. News of the demo's absence comes from a Twitter exchange with EA Sports Community Manager Andrew Johnson, who stated no demo was coming.

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Xbox One August update rolls out, brings user-requested features

08/18, 4:20pm

Activity feed changes, outside purchases biggest updates, notification options added

On top of a handful of new features and changes that were previously announced as coming this month, Microsoft is bringing some additional user-requested tweaks to the Xbox One in the August update. While the activity feed is seeing the biggest number of changes, Xbox One owners will now be able to purchase, download and install games and apps from outside of the console.

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Google updates YouTube for TV with Material Design interface

08/14, 3:36pm

New guide panel makes TV YouTube interface closer to desktop view

Google has overhauled the design of its YouTube for TV interface, and has started to roll out the changes to its set-top box apps. The new user interface, taking on many of the characteristics of Android L's Material Design scheme, aims to simplify searching for channels and specific videos for those preferring to watch YouTube clips on a bigger screen.

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Microsoft unveils Tomb Raider sequel exclusive, others at Gamescom[u]

08/12, 5:11pm

Date changes, beta launch dates and console exclusive titles outlined during press event

[Updated with Phil Spencer's comments on Rise of the Tomb Raider being a timed exclusive] During the Microsoft press event at Gamescom today, a number of announcements were made regarding some upcoming games and beta programs. While there wasn't much in the way of brand new games, some important date shifts were noted, as was the announcement that a sequel to one of the most successful games of 2013 would be exclusive to Xbox One.

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Microsoft details Xbox One TV streaming, new hardware, updates

08/12, 11:21am

Gamescom Xbox One presentation showed larger capacity, white console variants

The Xbox One will soon allow users to stream TV to a mobile device, Microsoft has revealed. Part of a number of updates to the game console unveiled at Gamescom, owners of the recently-launched Xbox One Digital TV tuner will be able to stream live TV from the console to smartphones and tablets running the Xbox SmartGlass app.

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Resident Evil getting a high definition remake for current hardware

08/06, 3:27pm

Remake based on 2002 version of game, said to retain the same atmosphere

Capcom announced this week that it's giving one of the first hit PlayStation games a high-definition makeover for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One and PC. Horror fans will be happy to know that Resident Evil is getting the treatment, based on the remade version that was brought to the GameCube in 2002.

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Sony: EA Access plan doesn't offer value PlayStation users expect

07/30, 4:48pm

Company cites PlayStation Plus memberships, EA program lacks 'good value'

Earlier this week, Electronic Arts (EA) announced the EA Access program, which would give gamers access to EA games via a subscription platform. The program is currently exclusive to the Xbox One, but it appears that Sony thinks that the service wouldn't be a good fit for PlayStation 4 owners. According to Sony, a monthly program that only offers EA titles isn't "good value."

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Microsoft, BesTV bringing Xbox One to China this September

07/30, 12:30pm

Chinese launch of Xbox One follows lifting of foreign game console ban

Microsoft is working with Shanghai Media Group's BesTV on bringing the Xbox One to China for the first time, with the game console set to launch on September 23rd. Timed to coincide with the one-year anniversary of the Shanghai Free Trade Zone, the console will launch with a number of games in tow, including Forza Motorsport 5, Kinect Sports Rivals, and Max: The Curse of the Brotherhood.

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Briefly: Now TV reaches Xbox One, Facebook Gifts service shutters

07/30, 6:58am

Now TV streaming service app from Sky available on Xbox One in UK

Now TV, the on-demand streaming service from satellite broadcaster Sky, is now available on the Xbox One game console in the United Kingdom. Previously available on the Xbox 360, as well as a large number of streaming devices and the PlayStation 4 as of last week, Pocket-Lint reports the Now TV app on Xbox One lets users pay in advance for passes to view the Sky Sports, Entertainment, and Movies packages, without requiring a satellite subscription.

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Electronic Arts deploying EA Access Xbox One game subscription program

07/29, 1:21pm

Four title available at program launch for free play of subscribers

Electronic Arts has rolled out a new subscription service for some of its games for Xbox One owners. For either a $5 monthly or $30 annual fee, gamers on Microsoft's new console will soon be able to sign up for EA Access, allowing them to play FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25, Peggle 2, and Battlefield 4, in addition to saving 10 percent on purchases of all EA digital content through the Xbox Games Store.

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Microsoft debuts new Halo 2 footage from The Master Chief Collection

07/28, 6:58pm

Comic Con reveal shows reworked cutscenes from Blur, gameplay footage leaked

During a panel at San Diego Comic Con last week, new footage from Halo: The Master Chief Collection was shown off by a number of people involved with the Microsoft project, including Franchise Development Director Frank O'Connor. A new video was released by the company, offering a first look at the new cinematics completely remade for high definition. Leaked gameplay footage from the panel has turned up as well, showing off some of the in-game changes.

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NPD: Console sales up, PlayStation 4 tops chart for sixth month

07/21, 6:30pm

June console sales up 103 percent, PlayStation 4 in the lead by 476,000 units

After Microsoft provided internal figures that saw sales for the Xbox One double since dropping the Kinect and $100 off the price, NPD confirmed that the increase still wasn't enough to catch Sony's PlayStation 4. For the sixth month in a row, the PlayStation 4 claimed the top spot for console sales as the hardware market increased to $292.7 million.

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Briefly: Qplay Video to shut down, Xbox One August update preview

07/20, 10:54pm

Qplay video streaming app and device from TiVo to be shut down next Friday

TiVo's video service, Qplay, is due to be shut down on July 25. The company provides a media streaming TV adapter and mobile video app, and has only been running for six months. According to its blog, Qplay states that it is "not possible for [it] to keep developing and running the service. Users who have purchased a TV Adapter device can receive a refund upon request, if made prior to July 25 at 5PM PST.

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Microsoft: Xbox One sales 'more than double' since dropping Kinect

07/17, 3:55pm

Company says that sakes figures are up from May according to internal data

It seems that dropping the Kinect as a requirement for buying a new Xbox One is paying off for Microsoft. Posting on the Xbox Wire, an internal blog for Xbox news, Microsoft is boasting that sales of the new console have doubled since removing the sensor in June and reducing the price to $400. The increase could mean an gain in awareness and consumer desire for the console, which has lagged behind the PlayStation 4 in sales for months.

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Briefly: BBM testing on Windows Phone, Xbox One upgrade credit offer

07/08, 1:49pm

BlackBerry Messenger commences private beta on Windows Phone store

BlackBerry has put the BlackBerry Messenger app in the Windows Phone store, though it is not available to everyone. The listing, which follows the earlier BBM launch on iOS and Android, hints at a near-future release of the messaging app on the platform, though according to CNET, the app is being tested in a private beta ahead of its launch, with only whitelisted users able to install the app from the store.

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Halo: Master Chief Collection detailed at Microsoft E3 media brief

06/09, 3:03pm

Four games in one interface with Halo 2 receiving the full 'anniversary' treatment

During the Microsoft media briefing at E3, 343 Industries studio head Bonnie Ross took to the stage to outline some details on the upcoming Halo: Master Chief Collection for Xbox One. The collection will be coming to consumers in time for the holidays, hitting the shelves on November 11. As was previously announced, the collection will include Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3 and Halo 4.

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Microsoft uses E3 keynote to hype 2014 game releases

06/09, 2:40pm

No hardware announcements in Microsoft E3 press event

In the first E3 keynote since the launch of the Xbox One, Microsoft has opted to spend time promoting upcoming games for the console, instead of introducing new features, hardware, or accessories like it did last year. The company showcased a number of titles for the console at the event, including releases from the Halo, Assassin's Creed, and Call of Duty franchises, as it attempts to prove to the public it should buy the Xbox One instead of the PlayStation 4.

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Microsoft commences sale of Xbox One without Kinect sensor

06/09, 6:55am

Microsoft Store starts selling Kinect-less Xbox One for $400

Microsoft has started to sell an Xbox One bundle without Kinect through the Microsoft Store, as the company continues to compete against its high-selling competitor, the Sony PlayStation 4. Announced last month, the console is being sold as a secondary package without the motion and voice-based sensor bar priced at $400, representing a saving of $100 off the original bundle's list price.

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The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt release date, pre-order details revealed

06/05, 8:02pm

CD Projekt Red details items in three releases, sets February 2015 as official release

Word has come in from CD Projekt Red, giving The Witcher 3 a solid date for its 2015 release. The game, fully titled The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, will be available February 24, 2015 in seven different languages with full voiceover, with an additional nine languages available in subtitles. The game is set to release for PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4 in physical and digital formats on GOG.com.

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Xbox One controllers on PC with new drivers, Kinect v2 pre-order

06/05, 6:23pm

PC drivers allow Xbox One controller use, $200 developer Kinect for Windows v2

Microsoft has announced today that they will be issuing a new set of drivers that allows people to use Xbox One controllers with their PCs. While not yet part of an official update in Windows, gamers are able to get their hands on the drivers now. The company also announced today that pre-orders are up for the new Kinect for Windows v2 sensor, which will ship to developers in July.

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Xbox One update rolls out with external drive support, Twitter

06/04, 3:29pm

Twitter added to Xbox One, Microsoft reveals further 45 apps incoming

The latest update for the Xbox One, being made available to download globally this week, has introduced support for external hard drives among other features. The game console update comes at the same time as a second Microsoft announcement, revealing more than 45 new apps will be rolling out onto the Xbox One and the Xbox 360 before the end of this year.

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Mojang eyes August for Minecraft release on next-gen consoles

05/22, 10:15pm

Announcement includes data imports from older consoles, upgrade price

Minecraft is making its way to the Xbox One, Playstation 4 and Playstation Vita this August, according to a statement from Mojang today. The company detailed some of the differences from previous console generations, including a reduced cost for buyers of previous versions and ability to import saves to next-generation consoles. The company also announced that most downloadable content (DLC) and texture packs would be available in the new versions.

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Briefly: Xbox One update confirmed, SingStar for PS4's smartphone mic

05/22, 1:52am

System update in June to include external storage support, real friend names feature

As was speculated on Monday due to a leak on Reddit, Xbox One's June update will include external storage support. According to Microsoft's Major Nelson, the Xbox One system will soon support up to two external hard drives (with 256GB of space or more) simultaneously, to be used to increase game storage capacity.

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Briefly: External Xbox One support teased, Google Now bill reminders

05/19, 8:23am

Image leak hints at external drive support in Xbox One update

An upcoming update to the Xbox One could enable support for external hard drives, according to an image posted by an anonymous developer on Reddit. The photograph of the update allegedly shows the storage of the game console with 585.9GB free and 24.9 percent used, far higher than the 500GB built-in drive is capable of, along with an on-screen notification stating "External Drive Ready." Microsoft has yet to reveal if it will be providing support for the feature at all.

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343 Industries announces Halo 5, early Halo titles HD remaster rumored

05/16, 6:36pm

Flagship of Microsoft's Xbox console may see complete release on Xbox One

Two pieces of Halo news have emerged; one confirmed by Microsoft, the other a rumor. Microsoft Games' 343 Industries today officially announced the next in its Halo series of games, Halo 5: Guardians. Designed for the Xbox One, the new title continues the second trilogy of Halo titles, started by Bungie in 2001 with Halo: Combat Evolved. Rumored is the HD re-release of previous Halo titles, encapsulating Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo 2, Halo 3, and Halo 4.

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Microsoft changes Xbox Live Gold, offers Xbox One without Kinect

05/13, 12:32pm

Xbox Live Gold subscription will not be required to stream movies on Xbox consoles

Microsoft will allow users of its game consoles to watch video streaming services and use a number of other functions without paying for the Xbox Live Gold subscription, the company has announced. At the same time, it is also preparing to sell its Xbox One game console on its own, separate from the bundled Kinect sensor bar, in a bid to increase sales.

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Skype makes group video calls free across Windows, Mac, Xbox

04/28, 10:34am

All platforms to open up in near future

Group video calls on Skype are now free for users on Windows desktops, OS X, and the Xbox One, according an announcement by the Microsoft-owned service. The company in fact says it intends to make group calls free across all platforms, including iOS, Android, Windows Phone, and the Windows 8 "Metro" interface. A precise timetable hasn't been revealed.

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Briefly: Android IFTTT, Unreal Engine update for Xone, PS4, SteamOS

04/24, 7:37pm

IFTTT recipe app now available for Android devices

If This Then That (IFTTT), a recip-based automation app, is now available for Android devices as of today. Offering photo, call, notification, SMS, location and device settings specific to Android, users can use IFTTT to harness greater control over how one's mobile device's features interact with other another; an example of this would be automatic ringtone silencing when the user's phone connects to the office WiFi network. IFTTT is available for download from Google Play.

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Microsoft sells 5M Xbox One consoles, Sony hits 7M PlayStation 4 sales

04/18, 10:23am

Xbox One continues to be outsold by PlayStation 4

Microsoft has sold more than five million Xbox One game consoles since its launch, the company has revealed. While Microsoft is celebrating the sales milestone, the game console is still far behind the leading PlayStation 4, with Sony reporting more than 7 million units sold worldwide in a blog post just one day before Microsoft's announcement.

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Briefly: Xbox One system update, Shift's self-serve Twitter ad tool

04/14, 10:17pm

Microsoft rolls out latest update for Xbox One console, adds friend notifications

Microsoft's Xbox One console has received another update, rolling out beginning today. Now including notifications for when friend players arrive online, users will be able to identify friends who are playing multiplayer games. The console's Kinect voice and motion detection has also been improved, reducing false positives on non-hand objects that trigger gesture commands. Other features in the update include improved GameDVR video quality, controller headset adapter firmware updates, silent reboot after system updates and system update on demand, and more.

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Briefly: Plex for Xbox One, Sony releases unlocked Xperia Z1

04/06, 11:15pm

Media client Plex to develop for use on Xbox One

Microsoft has given permission to Plex developers to create a version of the media client for Xbox One, in light of the recent announcement to support universal applications. Plex offers users the ability to organize movies, TV, music and photos for consumption on one's TV, and other devices. The developers have been granted membership into ID@Xbox.

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Xbox Video update hits Xbox One this week, future updates previewed

04/01, 12:41pm

Xbox One owners in Europe, Canada, US involved in invite-only preview

Microsoft hopes to make the Xbox One more useful for watching television and media, by outlining updates for the game console and SmartGlass. Changes to the way SmartGlass navigates around the console have been shown off, as well as upcoming changes which will give more viewing options to users on both sides of the Atlantic in the future.

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Briefly: Titanfall Xbox 360 slips, Project Spark beta now open to all

03/19, 9:59am

Titanfall for previous generation Xbox 360 delayed yet again

Critically-acclaimed Xbox One title Titanfall's release date for the Xbox 360 is slipping again. Publisher EA today announced that the new ship date for the title is April 8 in the US and April 11 in Europe. This is the second ship date for the ostentibly-complete title in this calendar year, with the first pushing the date from March 11 to March 25 to "put the finishing touches" on the game. EA is hoping that the latest delay will make the game "even better."

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Xbox chief product officer Marc Whitten leaves for Sonos position

03/18, 12:37pm

Exits Microsoft Xbox unit after 14 years, three console launches

Marc Whitten, the long-time chief product officer for Xbox at Microsoft, is leaving the company, the software giant has revealed. Whitten is departing to take on the same role of chief product officer at home audio device manufacturer Sonos, leaving Microsoft executive vice president Terry Myerson to temporarily take over the Xbox position while the company searches for a replacement.

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Briefly: Nokia Refocus for all Lumias, Sony leads console race in US

03/14, 6:54am

Nokia rolls out Refocus app to all Lumia devices running Windows Phone 8

Nokia is making its Lytro-style Refocus app available to all Windows Phone 8 Lumia devices, as a free download via the Windows Phone Store. The app, which was initially released for Lumias with PureView, allows users to adjust the focal point of an image, after the photograph has been taken, with the resulting image shareable on social networks and stored on OneDrive.

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Microsoft seeks expansion of Xbox Live on iOS, Android

03/03, 1:26pm

Job posting hints at lightweight Xbox Live framework for mobile developers

Microsoft is planning to push for Xbox Live to be more cross-platform than it already is, by making it easier for developers to include in their apps, according to a rumor. The company is preparing to extend the Live platform to more games, with a recent job posting hinting that it will compete directly with Google Play Games and Apple's Game Center on mobile devices.

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Briefly: Titanfall Special Edition Bundle, Roku deliberates US IPO

02/24, 2:20pm

Xbox One's Titanfall Special Edition Bundle now available for pre-order

Multiplayer game Titanfall is now available for pre-order as part of a special edition console bundle, according to Xbox One's blog. Titanfall will utilize new patty and chat improvements that have been in development for Xbox One, as well as multiplayer alerts for matches while users are watching TV, and more. In light of the game's upcoming launch, Xbox and Titanfall's creators -- Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts -- have announced the Xbox One Titanfall Bundle, priced at $500. The bundle includes a digital download of Titanfall, an Xbox One console and Kinect sensor, a wireless controller, a chat headset, and a one month Xbox Live Gold membership. The pre-order has begun, with the bundle available officially March 11.

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Briefly: Sony sells 5.3M PS4 consoles, Dropbox China block lifted

02/18, 6:53am

Sony shifts 5.3M PlayStation 4 consoles, beats recent Xbox sales figures

Sony has sold over 5.3 million PlayStation 4 game consoles globally as of February 8th, the company has revealed. The news comes just days before the company launches the console in its native Japan on February 22nd. In comparison, Microsoft's January financial results toward the end of January showed it sold 3.9 million competing Xbox One consoles and 3.5 million of the Xbox 360.

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Briefly: Upcoming Xbox One update, Mega adds PhotoSync

02/09, 11:15pm

Xbox One update due February 11, adds battery life indicator

Microsoft's Xbox One is set to have an update released, addressing issues encountered by users since the console's launch. The update is due February 11th, featuring issue corrections regarding storage management, and the addition of a battery life indicator for the console's controller. Libraries will be split into two separate lists of 'My Games' and 'My Apps', as to simplify file searches. Also expected in the update is the added ability to use a USB keyboard with the console.

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Microsoft executive denies plans for $399 Xbox One without Blu-ray

02/03, 10:46am

Rumor of Xbox One without disc drive denied, others still plausible

Microsoft is not working on a cut-price version of the Xbox One game console without a disc drive, a company executive has seemingly confirmed. When asked about rumors of a $399 Xbox One over Twitter, Microsoft Chief of Staff for Devices and Studios group Aaron Greenberg advised "No, you cannot believe everything you read on the Internet."

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Briefly: Microsoft's PS3 trade-in deal, Forgotify for Spotify

01/30, 12:52pm

Microsoft offers $100 store credit towards an Xbox One for those who trade-in their PS3

Augmenting the launching of its Xbox One late last year, Microsoft is now promoting an offer of a $100 credit towards an Xbox One purchase upon trading in of a Sony Playstation 3. The promotion bring the Xbox One pricing down to $400, which is the same as newly-released Playstation 4. The trade-in offer is available through Microsoft's retail stores in the US, and applies to Playstation 3, as well as Xbox 360 S or Xbox 360 E.

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Xbox One versus PS4

12/26, 4:36am

Microsoft Xbox One versus Sony PS4

The next-generation console wars look to be played out between the Microsoft Xbox One and the Sony PlayStation 4, with Nintendo cast as a mere observer as its Wii U struggles to generate the same interest as the original Wii. Both the new consoles from Microsoft and Sony come armed to the teeth with x86-64 AMD octa-core CPUs and Radeon HD graphics. While the two look to be well matched on paper, there is always more to the story than meets the eye. Specification variations here, and software tweaks there help to differentiate the two consoles more than you might expect. So which is best, the Xbox One or the PS4? Read past the break to find out.

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Microsoft to bring original programming to Xbox in first half of 2014

12/15, 8:15am

Live action Halo, soccer reality show, more coming to Xbox Live

Microsoft's Xbox Live service will receive a new wave of original content in the first half of 2014, it has been revealed. Microsoft digital media head Nancy Tellem told Variety that a range of new programs will debut on the Xbox platform in either the first or second quarter of 2014. Among the content soon to hit Microsoft's gaming devices is a live-action "Halo" project, produced by Hollywood legend Steven Spielberg.

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Full review: Microsoft Xbox One

12/15, 3:48am

Microsoft Xbox One aims to be your all-in-one entertainment box

The Microsoft vision moving forward is that the software giant is to evolve into a fully-fledged devices and services company. The Xbox One is perfect illustration of that vision as it is a device that delivers a wide range of Microsoft and other services. Microsoft services channelled through the Xbox One include Xbox Music, Xbox Video, SkyDrive, Skype and Xbox Live. It also does gaming. In fact, according to Microsoft, the Xbox One is the only device that you really need for your living room as it will also integrate your Pay TV service into the Xbox One interface. So is the Xbox One truly the one device to rule them all? Read on in our full review of the Microsoft Xbox One.

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Xbox One tops one million sales in 24 hours

11/23, 6:28pm

Console war kicks off anew as Xbox matches Sony

Microsoft's Xbox One game console has sold more than one million units in the first 24 hours since its release. Microsoft announced the sales milestone on Saturday, confirming to Reuters that its new console was off to a fast sales start. The launch of the Xbox One signals the real commencement of the next generation of the "console wars," with Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo now all having released their home console entries.

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