Plex is landing on the Xbox One, finally bringing personal media to Microsoft’s new game console. An Xbox 360 app is also imminent.
Six-second videos on 50-inch screens? It’s gonna happen this year, thanks to a new Vine app for the Xbox One.
Netflix streaming just got a bit less expensive for Xbox users who now don’t have to pay for an Xbox Live Gold subscription anymore to access the video service.
Tubi TV is launching with 3,000 movies and TV show episodes on Amazons Fire TV as well as Roku’s set-top box and Microsoft’s Xbox 360.
Just in time for the release of the Xbox One, we talk with one of its industrial designers about the challenges of creating a modern media machine.
After six years at the helm of the Xbox, President Don Mattrick is leaving for a “top role” at social gaming site Zynga.
Time Warner Cable is launching a live TV app for Xbox 360 later this summer.
Watching TV on the Xbox 360 has become hugely successful – but casual users may not be ready to spend $300 on a next-generation Xbox game console. That’s why Microsoft is reportedly working on a slimmed-down set-top box that would more squarely compete with Apple TV.
The Xbox 360 just got more videos: Amazon launched an app on the game console that offers access to both video-on-demand and Prime Instant subscription streams. With 25 percent of all Netflix traffic coming from the Xbox, it’s an important place to be for Amazon.
Motorola has won an injunction in Germany on key Microsoft products involved in a patent dispute. But in a confusing and complex judgment, the chances of Motorola actually trying to get Microsoft’s key products removed from shelves are slim.
Microsoft’s Kinect is clearly a top seller for games, but early hacks show it to be a device capable of far more beyond interactive gaming. Microsoft agrees, today releasing an official software development kit that could be used to further bridge the physical and computing worlds.
Pay TV subscribers have been frustrated for years by set-top boxes that are difficult to navigate and discover new content on. But that could soon change, with set-top boxes disappearing altogether and being replaced by connected TVs, Blu-ray players, game consoles and other CE devices.
Most of the digerati remain skeptical about Microsoft’s long journey to becoming a key player in the digital home will ever pay off. But recently the company has been swinging a hot bat, with its Xbox 360 and a legitimate holiday hit in the Kinect.
Microsoft is selling an average of 100,000 Kinect accessories per day, making it the hottest holiday seller this year. So why is Kinect capturing our imagination, and money, when Sony and Nintendo both have competing motion controls for their own systems? Let me show you!
After three years of waiting, AT&T U-verse subscribers with an Xbox 360 may finally be able to use the game console to navigate their TV programming. According to Engadget, U-verse subscribers could begin using the Xbox 360 as their default electronic programming guide beginning November 7.
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Yes, the “Obama for President” billboard in the Xbox 360 racing game Burnout Paradise is in fact an official advertisement placed by the senator’s campaign team.
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