Facebook releases its official Video app for watching shows and videos on the network for your Xbox One.
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Google this week is touting its "big bet" on games and its efforts to transform the Play Store into the premier games platform.
With a wave of personal technology nostalgia sweeping across a certain demographic, Atari will brand its new console as the VCS.
Microsoft's hot new game comes out next week and you can get it for free with every new purchase of the Xbox One X.
Microsoft and PUBG announced today that PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has surpassed 5 million gamers on Xbox One alone.
Amazon is bringing free games to Twitch Prime, letting you get games at no cost with your existing Prime subscription.
Microsoft's Movies & TV service was left out in the cold when Disney expanded Movies Anywhere to include multiple content providers.
How could Microsoft possibly out-do previous E3 conferences, where it introduced the Xbox One S and Xbox One X?
In what can only be seen as yet another attempt to attack Microsoft in yet another market, Google has unveiled a cloud-based gaming delivery service.
Sony is blocking yet another title from supporting cross-play with PC and Xbox gamers and the company still has yet to say why.
The final beta version of Sea of Thieves---an upcoming Xbox Play Anywhere title---is free to play for the next three days.
With the more futuristic Call of Duty titles not leading to multi-game series as hoped, the franchise has become mired in its own past. Good.
The first pre-release Xbox One Spring Update build brings with it a number of advances. Key among them is native support for 1440p displays.
Microsoft introducing 1440p support for the Xbox One X and Xbox One S, new interactive Mixer features, and more with the upcoming Spring Update.