Starting today, Xbox fans can save big on consoles, accessories and games as part of Microsoft's biggest-ever multi-day Black Friday sales event.
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15 years ago today, Microsoft launched its first Xbox console, upending the video game world. Here is what I remember.
It's a big day for Xbox fans, with the first year of Xbox One Backward Compatibility coming just ahead of the 15th anniversary of Xbox.
Today: Get an additional game with the purchase of any Xbox One S bundle starting at $299, Limbo is now available for Xbox One Backward Compatibility, Microsoft Selfie arrives on Android, more.
It's a new month, and the start of another chance to snag four free Xbox games! This month's Games with Gold promotion features a nice mix of games, plus a blast from the past.
As I noted earlier today, PlayStation 4 gamers who pre-order Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare can download and start playing the bundled Modern Warfare Remastered today. Doing so is a great reminder of why the COD games are so great.
I've always had a mixed reaction to the games in the Gears of War series, and as I noted in my latest review, that's true of Gears of War 4 as well. Here's a quick rundown of my experiences with this game franchise.
I can't believe it's October already, but one of the best things about September flying by is that it's time for Games with Gold again. As always, Xbox Live Gold subscribers have four new free games to look forward to, two for Xbox One and two for Xbox 360.
Tech tidbits from around the web: Call of Duty: World at War comes to Xbox One Backwards Compatibility, more Google Pixel leaks, Google plans to bring fast Wi-Fi for the world, Chrome on Android gets Data Saver, more, and I finally get the new Outlook.com!
Tech tidbits from around the web: A reminder about Games for Gold, the HoloLens experience “Destination: Mars” is now open at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, a look back at 10 years as a professional developer, Google Play Books adds a new Discover feature, and much more.
It's September 1, and you know what that means: It's time for our monthly peek at Games with Gold, where Xbox Live Gold members get another set of four free games, two each for Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Great news, Call of Duty fans: Call of Duty 2, an Xbox 360 launch title from 2005, and one of my all-time favorites, is now available on the Xbox One through backwards compatibility.
It's that most wonderful time of the month: Time for Games with Gold! And that means another set of four free games for Xbox Live Gold subscribers, two each for Xbox One and Xbox 360.
Tech tidbits from around the web: Windows Server moving under Terry Myerson, the Skype app for Windows Phone 8.0/8.1 will soon stop working, the Xbox One backwards compatibility train rolls on, and Google Play Books gets "bubble zoom" for comic books.
It's both amusing and sad to watch video game bloggers and enthusiasts continually misrepresent Microsoft's new Xbox strategy. Here's just one example: The belief that Xbox Play Anywhere signals an end to Xbox exclusive games.
Xbox is no stranger to hyperbole, but this is actually a really big sale, with over 250 deals on Xbox One and Xbox 360 game titles and over 30 offers for PC games. Dubbed the Ultimate Game Sale, it runs for one week, from today through July 11.
Tech tidbits from around the web: More info on Microsoft letting users associate Windows 10 licenses with their Microsoft accounts, Kevin Gallo speaks about future of Windows Phone, the Apple Pencil Holder, and much more.
Here are some tidbits from around the web: Sony confirms it is working on the PS4.5, nothing related to video games is "Microsoft's most ambitious bet," no Halo 5 for the PC, much more.
Tech tidbits from around the web: Microsoft Planner is now available to Office 365 commercial customers, first ever Office Insider Fast update for Mac Insiders is now available, whether we are stuck with two smart phone platforms, six more Xbox 360 games hit Xbox One Backwards compatibility, more.
It's the most wonderful time of the year, and it happens every month! It's June 1, so here's a peek at this month’s Games with Gold, a set of free Xbox One and Xbox 360 games for Xbox Live Gold subscribers.
Is it May already? Well, then. It must be time a peek at this month’s Games with Gold, a set of free Xbox One and Xbox 360 games for Xbox Live Gold subscribers.
Tech tidbits from around the web: Weather forecast is interrupted by Windows 10 upgrade prompt, Microsoft releases Windows 10 for PCs 10586.240 and Mobile 10586.242 to Release Preview ring, a remastered "Modern Warfare" will be bundled with next Call of Duty game, and much more.
Over 10 years after it was first released, the Xbox 360 video game console is heading to that, um, living room in the sky: Microsoft announced today that it has stopped making new Xbox 360 consoles.
It’s April, so you know what that means: It’s time for this month’s look at the Xbox One and Xbox 360 games that Xbox Live Gold subscribers can get for free as part of Microsoft’s ongoing Games with Gold promotion.
Tech tidbits from around the web: On the way to San Francisco, Xbox One's growing backwards compatibility library, what was lost when Microsoft restarted work on Gears 4, coming Groove Music improvements, and more.
A few tech tidbits from around the web: Microsoft throws a bone to MixRadio users, Microsoft offers big discounts on tons of Xbox One and 360 games, Vizio P-Series is the First Google Cast-compatible TV, some interesting details about iPhone and iPad sales, RIP Andy Grove.