In a surprise move, Microsoft revealed today that it has renamed its Beam game streaming service to Mixer. And it's adding new features, including co-streaming, mobile device support, and more.
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This week, Microsoft announced the new Surface Pro and new Surface peripherals at a special event in Shanghai, China. Now, you can watch the presentation via a series of on-demand videos.
Microsoft announced today that its game subscription service, Xbox Game Pass, will launch publicly on June 1. But Xbox Live Gold subscribers can get in early, starting today.
Microsoft announced that Xbox One S owners can now stream videos from Amazon Video in 4K UHD. The service joins Netflix, Hulu, and VUDU in offering 4K UHD content on Xbox One S.
Here's a neat surprise for Xbox gamers: The cult classic game Phantom Dust is now available for free on both Xbox One and Windows 10.
Microsoft today announced a new system update for Xbox One that brings Arena on Xbox Live for Killer Instinct, a new Party overlay, and other new features.
Microsoft has launched an Xbox Backward Compatibility Super Sale, providing up to 75 percent off the pricing of Xbox 360 games that will also work on Xbox One.
Build is perhaps my favorite Microsoft event because it highlights two of my biggest tech passions: Windows and software development.
I'm heading into this week's Build 2017 conference with a sense of anticipation. But what I would like to see at Build differs sharply from what we will most likely be shown.
Here are four more free games for Xbox Live Gold subscribers courtesy of Microsoft's Games with Gold promotion. There's a little something for everyone this month, but especially Star Wars fans.
Sony announced this week that it has now sold over 60 million PlayStation 4 video game consoles. A related report suggests that the console is maintaining its 2-to-1 lead over Xbox One.
Over a month after it was first released on PlayStation 4, the Variety Pack DLC for *Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered* is finally available on Xbox One and PC.
Microsoft has announced an important milestone for independent game developers and fans alike: There are now over 500 games in the [email protected] program.
The rumors are true: Call of Duty will return to its World War II roots with the next installment of this best-selling game series, called Call of Duty: WWII.