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Photos of Internet Explorer for Xbox from Microsoft's 2012 E3 press conference.
Microsoft plans to replace Zune with the Xbox Live branding across Xbox, Windows Phone, and Windows on the desktop. While the original Zune Pass subscription option would remain for existing customers, the new XBox Live service will look quite a lot like Spotify in terms of its clarity and simplicity — any may even include a video component as well.
An Ohio gamer named Ryan Sullivan has broken the record for the number of games played in 60 seconds. Hey played on 13 consoles in that time period, breaking Jimmy Fallon's previous record of nine games.
Comcast just announced that it's adding live TV streaming to its Xfinity iPad app — the new feature, called AnyPlay, essentially turns your iPad into a secondary cable box and lets you watch any of your channels while you're on your home network.
We spoke with Paul Thurrott, Microsoft enthusiast and brains behind SuperSite for Windows about his favorite Windows apps, what he's been reading, and who should be running Microsoft.
It's almost Black Friday, and we've rounded up Walmart's best deals for the biggest shopping day of the year.
Microsoft launched the original Xbox ten years ago today, officially entering the video game console industry. Although it had a relatively small lifespan of roughly less than four years, the console originally pitched as the "DirectX Box" laid the groundwork for several of the platform's most iconic elements like Xbox Live (debuted exactly one year later on November 15, 2002) and, of course, its launch title, Halo.
Microsoft announced partnerships with Verizon, Comcast, and others to bring streaming tv to Xbox Live.
Netflix will only offer streaming videos from now on, DVD service will be spun off as "Qwikster" and add video games