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1,850 jobs are to be cut as part of Microsoft’s ending of its $7.2bn Nokia adventure.
A pair of Xbox rumours have emerged suggesting that we’re on the cusp of an influx of new Xbox hardware.
With Microsoft IP lining up to make the jump from console to PC, the timing of Halo’s return to the Windows platform has been an ever pressing question.
The good news is that there are probably not that many people left who haven’t already bought the game.
EA’s Battlefield 1 has teamed up with Xbox One for its marketing push – a fact that EA says will not dent the game’s commercial prospects.
Gamertags associated with long-forgotten Xbox Live accounts will be offered for sale tomorrow.
Microsoft has confirmed that it is increasing the price of an Xbox Live Gold subscription in six territories across the world.
Microsoft and Team Dakota have announced that Project Spark will be shut down later this year.
Xbox One owners who still enjoy the use of Kinect will soon have a new game with which to flex their device.
An extensive and excellent report on Eurogamer has shed light on what it was like to work at Lionhead.
Microsoft has revealed how much Windows 10 will cost when its free upgrade period ends in July.
A newer version of Minecraft: Xbox One Edition is on the way to retail.
Epic founder Tim Sweeney has continues his assault on Microsoft’s Windows 10 Universal Windows Platform applications in an interview at the GamesBeat Summit in California.
Remedy has said that a fix for the troubled PC version of Quantum Break won’t be possible until Microsoft rolls out an update to Windows 10 itself.
Back in 2004, Xbox VP Peter Moore spent two days pretending to be PlayStation CEO Ken Kutaragi.
It’s looking more certain than ever that a new Xbox will be revealed at E3 in June.
Microsoft’s Gears of War 4 may not be arriving for another six months, but it currently has a bigger ad presence on US TV than games that are just around ...
Microsoft is pretty coy about the sales performance of the Xbox One nowadays, but it looks as if the console has grown sales year-on-year.
PS4 Neo? Check. Nintendo NX? Check. Xbox Two? Maybe.
Gears of War was the quintessential Xbox 360 series.
A press release from eSports firm Gfinity has seemingly let slip some up to date Xbox One sales data.
A revamped PS4 seems inevitable. Whether Microsoft has a similar plan for Xbox One remains a matter for debate, but another source has said that’s exactly what’s happening.
The studio head of Gears of War 4 developer The Coalition has said the industry has ‘twisted’ what multiplayer betas mean.
The end of the line has come, perhaps surprisingly early, for Xbox 360.
Quantum Break developer Remedy has apologised for the many problems that plague the PC version, saying that fixes for some of them are nearly here.