Microsoft has reportedly started testing xCloud with employees, and some leaked screenshots of the new Xbox Game Streaming app for Windows 10 give us a first look at the service running on PCs.
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While the Xbox Series X will excite those waiting for a new console, the future of Xbox is not hardware, but software.
Microsoft is adding five new games to the xCloud Preview for Android users, as iPhone users continue to be limited to a single game.
This week, Microsoft announced that xCloud is now available for iOS users who get invited to the preview program and live in a supported region.
Microsoft finally opens up xCloud to iOS users, but due to Apple's policies, the preview is very limited.
Microsoft is adding more than 15 new games to its xCloud video game streaming service, including Destiny 2 and Halo: The Master Chief Collection.
Microsoft has revealed new details about the company's xCloud gaming service that will launch in 2020.
The biggest question with xCloud is latency and after spending more than a week while using two different phones, here's a closer look at how higher-end and low-end hardware functions with the new streaming service.
Just days after launching the initial preview of xCloud, Microsoft sends out more invite to early adopters following "great" community feedback.
Microsoft has shared the details of its upcoming xCloud preview program and how to join the trial.
Microsoft will use SK Telecom as its exclusive partner in South Korea for Microsoft’s cloud gaming service in that country.
Xbox chief Phil Spencer says the company's not working on a streaming-only console, and the focus is on making xCloud work well on phones.
Later this year, Microsoft will open up xCloud to a public beta test where the first 'real world' test will finally occur. While we want for the launch date of the new service, Microsoft is taking the first public steps towards releasing the service.
Microsoft just patented a new Xbox controller design that would be perfect for xCloud, but will the company actually make it into a real product?
In the past couple of weeks, the names Yarnell and Anthem have shown up, here is how they relate to xCloud.
Google has been quite open about its Stadia gaming service, and Microsoft’s Phil Spencer promised xCloud details at E3. Nope.
Microsoft: xCloud has the technical capability to run more than 3,500 Xbox games, shares more details on its game streaming service ahead of E3.
I’ve been pushing the notion that Microsoft could win big in cloud-based game streaming since before the firm announced its xCloud plans.
Microsoft's xCloud service has hit a new milestone and appears to be on track for public testing later this year.
After Google, Walmart is reportedly looking into entering the game streaming market.
Microsoft revealed a few small details about its upcoming xCloud service and we should be learning a lot more in the near future.
There are some key differences between the Google and Microsoft approaches. And what they point to is a coming victory for Microsoft.
Many industry pundits called on Microsoft to spin off Xbox over the years. But then something happened, as we say in the Microsoft community.
Microsoft says that Xbox consoles, gaming PCs, and Project xCloud will all co-exist. But they have to say that. This is a transition.
Microsoft reportedly working on a new Xbox app that brings xCloud and Xbox Game Pass to the Nintendo Switch.