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Rumours doing the rounds about development difficulties with the Xbox One’s operating system are untrue, according to Microsoft.
Microsoft has hired TV chat show host Jonathan Ross as an executive producer at its Xbox games division.
A third party wall mount for Xbox One Kinect includes a ‘privacy cover’ which obscures the peripheral’s RGB and IR cameras.
Baird Research analyst Colin Sebastian has predicted that Xbox One will enjoy slightly higher launch window unit sales than its rival PS4.
Microsoft has posted its first quarter financial results, reporting record revenue numbers for the period.
The long-awaited Windows 8.1 update seems to have brought with it more than just a Start menu.
Microsoft has announced the Xbox 360 has reached 80m sales worldwide since its launch in 2005.
With next-gen machines just around the corner, the problem faced by many publishers is how to combat potential disruption to sales of cross-generation titles.
Microsoft says that it has introduced new technology to support Xbox One compatible racing wheels.
The NPD Group has released its 2013 Online Gaming Report, which finds that nearly 50 per cent more console gamers use the Xbox 360 for playing online than the PS3.
Microsoft VP Phil Harrison has tipped Titanfall to be Xbox One’s killer app.
Microsoft’s Phil Spencer has dropped a big hint that Xbox One will allow gamers to play competitively against PC users online.
In the the latest edition of MCV, Microsoft's Phil Harrison discusses the future of video games retail.
A flood of apps illicitly using Nintendo IP have appeared on the Windows Store.
Department store giant John Lewis has predicted a next-gen win for Xbox One.
Sony has decided against including the next-gen PlayStation Camera in the initial PS4 bundle offering, CEO Andrew House has confirmed.
PlayStation has aggressively courted and attracted huge independent developer support in recent months, and even dedicated an entire Gamescom press conference to showcasing indie-made games.
Microsoft has said mouse and keyboard support remains a possibility for Xbox One.
Having found itself once again at the heart of a PR maelstrom yesterday, Microsoft has distanced itself about reports regarding Xbox One’s advertising platform.
Xbox One locks away around ten per cent of its GPU power from developers… for now.
New Xbox One owners next month will be required to download and install a sizable patch on day one.
Non-paying members of Xbox Live will this weekend be able to access all the benefits normally reserved for paying Gold members.
Microsoft’s interactive entertainment boss has once again downplayed the perceived tech advantage PS4 has over Xbox One.
A worldwide Xbox One promotional tour will kick off later this week.