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Reports this morning – which it must be said remain totally unsubstantiated – claim that the Next Xbox could incorporate a new technology that blocks the use of pre-owned games ...
Barely a day passes now without some sort of fresh claim about the Next Xbox, but today’s are arguably some of the juiciest so far.
The successor to the Xbox 360 will be six times as powerful as the current machine, fresh reports suggest.
Capcom will release its eight-game Digital Collection bundle – complete with two Street Fighter titles – on March 30th in the UK.
A successful Christmas for Xbox 360 hardware and software saw Microsoft's Entertainment and Devices division post record sales of $4.24bn for the Christmas quarter.
Iconic ‘90s FPS Doom has returned to Xbox Live Arcade today after being absent for more than a year.
The amount of consumers using entertainment apps on Xbox Live globally increased by 50 per cent from November to December.
Ubisoft has pushed back Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Future Soldier on consoles by two months to May 25th.
There will be a chunk of readers who think two new consoles at June’s E3 is at best too premature, or, at worst, expensive folly.
Microsoft and accessory manufacturer Datel have settled their Xbox 360 patent infringement and antitrust cases against each other.
Xbox design manager Don Coyner has been replaced as the lead for Microsoft's next-gen console, according to reports.
UK Xbox 360 owners will be able to access a host of new dashboard apps today including YouTube, Blinkbox, MSN and Muzu.TV.
OnLive appears eager to end its direct competition with the established home consoles, with one of the company’s executives openly encouraging Sony and Microsoft to incorporate the cloud game tech.
Verizon has announced a new deal with Microsoft in the US that will see Xbox 360 offer a varied cable TV service as part of its US offering.
Who better an interview subject for a piece looking at the rise and rise of Xbox than its new UK director of retail sales and marketing Jonathan Grimes?
Microsoft’s second generation of Kinect hardware is so accurate that it is able to read the lips and interpret the facial emotions of users.
The latest rumours concerning Microsoft’s next Xbox console suggest that the company may launch an entry-level machine that is not compatible with disc-based games.
Xbox UK’s new retail sales and marketing boss says the 360 has a lot more mileage left in it.
UK national newspaper The Sun is not sitting down in its campaign about alleged Xbox Live hacking.
Xbox 360 owners can download a new-look dashboard update next month adding cloud storage and voice and gesture controls.
UK national newspaper The Sun has this morning given front page space to a story concerning a phishing scam that has affected Xbox Live users.