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Microsoft cuts price of Xbox One to catch up to Sony

November 25, 2014 |

Microsoft announced Tuesday that its dropping the price of its Xbox One- special edition bundles included- to the all-time low of $329 for Black Friday and Cyber Monday. This comes just a few weeks after Microsoft slashed the price to $349 and … Read More

Microsoft giveaway could hurt Windows users

November 10, 2014 |

In a surprise move last week, Microsoft announced that it will allow iOS and Android users free access to its Office software.

Yes, that’s right. The entire Microsoft Office Suite is available to iOS and Android users. That means that … Read More

Microsoft slashes price of Xbox One just in time for Black Friday

October 27, 2014 | 1

Starting Nov. 2, the price of the Xbox One will go down to $349 from its original price of $399.

Looks like Microsoft is hitting Sony harder than ever just in time for the holiday shopping season. Microsoft is trying … Read More

The NFL doesn’t know what a Surface tablet is, but that’s OK

October 13, 2014 | 6

If you’ve been following football season this year, you might have noticed that all the NFL sportscasters and announcers are fiddling around with Microsoft Surface Pro tablets. The only problem is that they may not even realize that the Microsoft … Read More

Plex is coming to Xbox and here’s what you need to know!

October 6, 2014 |

Plex announced this weekend that its streaming services will make their way to Microsoft’s Xbox One and Xbox 360. The software will be compatible with Xbox One’s voice command and hand gestures making use incredibly easy, according to the Plex … Read More

‘Rise of the Tomb Raider’ is a Timed Exclusive

August 12, 2014 |

Microsoft has refocused its efforts on gaming after a humbling first year of its third console war, but they will not go quietly into the night. The exclusivity announcement was made today by Microsoft Vice President Phil Harrison at Gamescom in Germany.

Crystal Dynamics, … Read More

Unboxing the XBox One

August 8, 2013 | 1

This morning, Larry Hryb performed an “unboxing” of the Xbox One on the Xbox Wire Blog. Hyrb, aka Major Nelson, emphasized the inclusion of a chat headset which had previously been announced as sold separately. The reversal is another reaction to negative press the … Read More

Xbox One is Pretty Much Useless Without an Internet Connection

June 7, 2013 | 2

In a detailed statement on their news blog, Microsoft is finally confirming fears that the upcoming Xbox One “gaming” console will need to connect to the internet every 24 hours for games to work.  Unless you re-establish a connection, “offline gaming is not possible after these prescribed times.” Microsoft will allow you to play games from your digital library on other consoles linked to your account, but in that case you will need to check in every hour. Read More

Microsoft introduces us to Surface, a revolutionary tablet & PC combo

June 18, 2012 |

Today in Los Angeles, Microsoft unveiled their latest gem- an innovative new addition to their growing Windows-based family. They are calling the new device the Microsoft Surface. But what exactly is the Microsoft Surface? Is it a PC? Is it a tablet? We think it’s both. Here’s why. Read More

Windows Phone Mango to start “rolling out” next week…

September 21, 2011 |

According to the most recent Windows Team blog post, Mango is set to begin rolling out within the next two weeks or so. The Windows Phone 7.5 update, or Mango, has been the most anticipated and talked about update for Windows Phone and according to Microsoft- it will be the best thing since sliced bread… for Windows Phone users anyway. Needless to say, we are excited! Read More

R2-D2 will soon be coming to a living room near you!

August 1, 2011 |

This year at Comic Con, Microsoft unveiled a Limited Edition R2-D2 Xbox 360 bundle set. The Xbox itself is donned in everyone’s favorite astro droid’s likeness, complete with the blue finishes and red accent light. Read More

Microsoft at E3

June 8, 2011 | 1

The Electronic Entertainment Expo (hereafter referred to as “E3″ or just “the expo”)  begins this week in the Los Angeles Convention Center. The Entertainment Software Association, who puts on the show, has made E3 wax and wane over the last few years and this year it looks like it will strike a balance between the high attendance spectacle/circus it was in its peek and the sterile, industry VIP only affair from the past few years. Read More