"Xbox, play holiday music."
At long last, Pandora is joining the app catalog for Microsoft’s Xbox One; the first time the intelligent music software becomes available…
The YouTube app on your television may be getting a makeover: [company]Google[/company] has updated the interface for its YouTube App for TV to reduce the number…
Microsoft’s gaming console is taking another step towards fulfilling its promise as a centralized entertainment system: After the next software update, the device will be capable of streaming live television to phones, tablets and computers around the home.
Skype(s msft) group video calling will be free on desktop computers and the Xbox One, said Microsoft in a blog post Monday. Previously,…
http://www.behance.net/gallery/Netflix-on-Xbox-One/12123323 Netflix (s NFLX) recently launched a new, unified user interface across most connected devices, but the company made an exception for…
Good news for everyone lining up to get an Xbox One: Microsoft’s (s MSFT) new game console will have a YouTube app…
The Xbox One is about to be released, but what will you be getting when you open that box?
The Xbox One promises to combine state-of-the-art video gaming with live TV and streaming apps. Check out or hands-on video for a closer look at the device’s entertainment offerings.
Some argue that the Xbox 360(s msft) controller was the greatest one ever made. Perhaps concerned that it was resting on its…
Gaming companies are really getting into the cloud, but execution of privacy, security and ownership will be important to its success.
European gaming show Gamescom 2013 is in full-tilt in Cologne, Germany, and some big news about hardware has already filled the show floor with buzz.
It’s snarky, but the “Xbox 180” talk about Microsoft’s policies regarding its newest console is a perfect crystallization of their behavior.
To stay relevant in today’s gaming market, Microsoft has designed its new console to extend the Xbox franchise beyond gaming to encompass virtually every other type of entertainment content and service in the living room. By tapping into other revenue sources, the company hopes to shorten the ROI window compared to previous game consoles’ and ensure that the Xbox One has a viable life beyond the point where mobile and cloud-based gaming eclipses fixed consoles.
Games have the right to remain offline, because gamers don’t trust developers to play fair with always-on.
At the keynote of Build 2013, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer showed off improvements to software and hardware to fit the company’s new “agile” persona.
Microsoft has released a statement hoping to allay gamers’ fears about the Xbox One. But instead, the new details have only fueled gamers concerns about the console.
The battle for your living room is heating up, and the Xbox One has positioned itself as the “all-in-One” solution. If Apple wants to compete, here’s what it could offer.
A three-day holiday weekend deserves three podcasts, no? In case you missed them, here are the audio episodes from this past week where GigaOM breaks down and analyzses the latest tech news.