Eight years of broken hardware and stellar gaming leave a lot of great memories, and the industry took to Twitter to give the Xbox 360 its due send off.
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We’re less than a day away from Microsoft’s big announcement of its next-generation game console and entertainment strategy.
Just a day shy of it’s superimportant and highly publicized event to showcase the next-generation Xbox console, Microsoft’s Xbox team has announced a new interactive TV show that’s definitely worth paying attention to.
Microsoft Points are not long for this world.
Gamers can use the application to watch Twitch streams in their living room, but it doesn’t enable streaming from the Xbox 360.
Call of Duty: Ghosts teaser trailer shows off masked warriors.
The next-generation Xbox may exist beyond the borders of your television.
These are upcoming Microsoft logos — as strange as it may seem.
Microsoft is showing off its new Xbox video game console three months after Sony unveiled the PlayStation 4.
Xbox division’s revenue up big for Microsoft’s third quarter.
We dig into the recent reports regarding always-online and the Xbox Mini.
We hear that Orth voluntarily resigned.
While previous rumors pointed to Microsoft unveiling its next Xbox this month, the company may now be aiming for a May event.
Microsoft apologizes for the short-sighted and insulting comments from one of its creative directors.
Creative director Adam Orth speaks out about always online and insults ”non-cities.”
Microsoft Research is always working on cool new features, and based on a video Microsoft just released, it seems clear that the next version of Kinect will be able to better recognize hands, hand positioning, and hand gestures, effectively letting you control your Xbox — and your PC — with just the equipment god gave you, right out of the box.
Forget the Xbox 720. Microsoft’s Xbox 360 successor may simply end up being called “Xbox,” and it could be the beginning of several “X” branded devices.
Silicon Knights is likely enacting the court order to destroy unsold copies of Too Human.
If the PlayStation 4 and the next Xbox are real, 2013 is the best time to unveil them.
AMD is accusing former vice-president Robert Feldstein of passing company secrets to Nvidia, his new employer.
Guest Post Rovio’s success with Angry Birds, the fastest growing game in history, is a great example of how app developers are applying some ‘traditional’ marketing lessons to drive more revenue.
With the high volume of new products and flashy prototypes vying for attention at the 2013 CES, very few have shown the kind of innovation needed to bring humanity one step closer to creating the ultimate consumer electronic device: a holodeck.
Microsoft today confirmed its acquisition of home-automation startup R2 Studios, the small company founded by Slingbox creator Blake Krikorian.
In an extension of the Xbox gaming ecosystem to iOS, Microsoft game studio You vs the Internet has launched Wordament, the first-ever game for iOS with Xbox Achievements, on the Apple app store.
I love my parents, and always do whatever I can to upgrade their technology whenever possible. But when it comes to watching television, they’ve made one thing abundantly clear: They’re not cutting the cord.
Playstation has trailed Microsoft’s Xbox 360 in the gaming console market for a long time. But not in everything.
With media consumption at an all-time high for Xbox Live members, Microsoft could be planning to debut a new set-top box for streaming media.
Microsoft has updated its Xbox Live companion application for iOS devices, giving it a new SmartGlass rebranding.
What if LucasArts never existed? What if the irascible filmmaker, beloved (and despised) the world over for his invaluable contributions to the pop-culture lexicon, had stuck to making space operas and juvenile fantasies about archeologists in fedora hats? What if George Lucas never entered the arena of gaming 30 years ago?
If you’re a gamer and you’re planning to play Halo, you just might be in line for $25 free from American Express. Or a Best Buy offer for $50 … or a free trip to E3 in 2013.
Xbox co-creator Kevin Bachus joins Dave & Buster’s as its senior vice president of entertainment and game strategy.
Microsoft is “retiring” two social media applications on its Xbox Live platform.
Microsoft’s Xbox team and the NFL have joined forces to make America healthier and reduce childhood obesity. One of the incentives is an actual NFL star friending a kid on Facebook and giving him or her a “social autograph,” which kids can then share with their friends.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said in a letter to investors that hardware is core to Microsoft’s future plans.
As part of Microsoft’s plan to transform the Xbox into an entertainment platform, the company has hired former CBS TV executive Nancy Tellem to head up its original content efforts.
YouTube just released an update to its Xbox Live app today that gives the video player a significant speed boost along with some other additions.
Making good on its commitment to treat the Xbox 360 as a full-fledged media center, Microsoft announced its plans to launch a new “Election 2012 Hub” channel today.
Microsoft is hard at work trying to sell the idea of Windows 8 as a great gaming platform, but some developers are still not convinced.