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From later this year Xbox One owners without a cable or satellite box will be able to watch over-the-air digital TV through their consoles.
Frontier’s Elite: Dangerous can now be played for a price resembling the cost of a normal console release.
Xbox One fighting outing Killer Instinct is making the switch from digital to retail.
China will become an officially supported Xbox One region when the console arrives the in the freshly green-lit territory in September.
Xbox One owners don’t need Xbox Live Gold membership to buy into EA Access -that is, unless they want to play online.
Blizzard has at long last released its single player DLC for card battling title Hearthstone.
Xbox One Kinect title Dance Central Spotlight has been dated and priced by Microsoft.
You can play Elite: Dangerous RIGHT NOW. Providing you're willing to pay £100.
Square Enix’s Lords of the Fallen, which is definitely not Dark Souls, at last has a UK release date.
Xbox One exclusive Project Spark finally has a release date.
A Microsoft listing for the PC compatible version of Kinect suggests the peripheral will have a very high RRP.
Microsoft may be aiming high with its RRP for Xbox One in China.
Kantar Worldpanel consumer insight analyst Jules Williams examines the opportunities and challenges involved in this lucrative market...
The Explorer Edition of Google Glass has gone on sale in the UK.
Sony’s head of Worldwide Studios America Scott Rohde can remember the precise moment that Microsoft revealed the Xbox One’s RRP.
The creator of famed PC zombie game DayZ says it could yet make its console debut before the end of the year.
CEO Mark Zuckerberg doesn't want consumers to fork out too much on an Oculus Rift.
UPDATE: Sony has told MCV that PlayStation TV will not be bundled with a DualShock 3 in the UK.
Microsoft has unveiled a new version of Xbox One racer Forza 5.
Sony's promised PS4-Vita hardware bundle looks like it could finally be set for release.
The first ever 4.0GHz CPU from Intel is on the way.
If you have a lot of money and really, really need the absolute best GPU available, today is your lucky day.
Japanese gamers will be able to get their hands on a new Xbox One console for just £232 later this year.
Sony is continuing its roll-out of the slimmed down Vita PCH-2000 with a launch Down Under next month.
Available on June 9th, the £350 Kinect-less Xbox One is Microsoft’s biggest U-turn yet and represents a complete reversal of its controversial E3 strategy outline.