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Xbox One users will soon be able to upload video clips to Vine.
UK QA firm Universally Speaking has been approved to join Microsoft’s Authorised Xbox Test Program.
UK developer Sumo Digital is heading up the Xbox 360 version of Forza Horizon 2.
Playground Games is not developing the Xbox 360 version of Forza Horizon 2.
Microsoft has announced a host of new World Cup functionality for Xbox One.
Microsoft has confirmed the rumours that Forza Horizon 2 is in development.
One UK retailer has already started selling Xbox One without Kinect.
The Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition Halo Mash-up Pack is scheduled to arrive today via the Xbox Games Store, Microsoft has announced.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has dismissed any suggestion that he wants to sell off the Xbox business.
Japanese gamers will be able to get their hands on a new Xbox One console for just £232 later this year.
Xbox One controller compatibility for Windows PC is nearing public release, Microsoft's Larry Hryb has confirmed.
Microsoft even toyed with the idea of building the Kinect into the Xbox One itself, Xbox One hardware designer Carl Ledbetter has said.
Xbox One owners will be able to increase their console’s storage with external hard drives from next month.
Microsoft has unveiled the latest in its Surface tablet line, claiming the Surface Pro 3 will be the tablet that can at last completely replace your laptop.
An unspecified number of jobs have been lost at Microsoft owned developer Rare.
Microsoft has a new Xbox 360 controller design on the way to retail.
The 8GB of RAM housed in both PS4 and Xbox One will not be enough to prevent developers being limited, according to Crytek.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection – a bundle packing remastered versions of the four numbered Halo releases – will reportedly launch later this year on Xbox One.
Microsoft has just announced Halo 5: Guardians for release on Xbox One in autumn 2015.
Will the upcoming un-bundling of Kinect have any negative ramifications for Microsoft's Rare studio?
Microsoft has insisted that not having a Kinect-free Xbox One SKU at launch was not a strategic error.
The fact that gamers “have been more satisfied with the Xbox 360 than PS3” is part of the reason why PS4 has so far outsold Xbox One.
Microsoft's decision to remove Kinect from the Xbox One bundle has destroyed any possibility for developers to make games that realise the potential of the motion-sensing camera.
Microsoft may have bowed to market pressures and cut Kinect from Xbox One, but it hasn’t given up its Kinect charm offensive.
Microsoft decision to slash the price of Xbox One by dropping Kinect could propel the console to the front of the American next-gen race.