8 days ago Sony counters Xbox One's price, online requirements in E3 media briefing
9 days ago Billy Pidgeon would have liked to see a lower price, but he understands why Microsoft priced Xbox One at $499
9 days ago Microsoft shows off 13 titles for the upcoming console
9 days ago XBL Gold members will also receive 2 free games a month to "keep"
11 days ago Peripheral maker adds its name to the list of microconsole manufacturers with Project M.O.J.O., debut set for E3
12 days ago Serial entrepreneur says consumer backlash against Google Glass, Kinect tech won't matter if they're cool enough
13 days ago Share games with people who have been on your friends list for at least 30 days; each game can only be shared once
14 days ago Original story: GameStop pulling 8GB Wii U from shelves - report
14 days ago Ballmer and Tellem reportedly wooing CBS and Sony TV executives
16 days ago Countering comments from Nomura Equity Research, other analysts tell us that selling off the Xbox business would be "beyond stupid"
16 days ago Bill of materials for new hardware $275 - $325; subsidised Xbox One likely
19 days ago Christofer Sundberg backs Microsoft's strategy for the new machine
19 days ago Blustacks' Android console will be more expensive than Ouya and GameStick
19 days ago Hirai re-emphasizes the company's commitment to gaming
20 days ago Strauss Zelnick on hardware agnosticism, day-and-date tablet releases of AAA titles, used game fees, and second-screen skepticism
21 days ago Insider source says all upcoming titles will be compatible with its Vita handheld
21 days ago Don Mattrick: "I think, candidly, people are way, way under-indexing how hard we're punching"
21 days ago PlayJam CCO Charles Tigges demystifies the micro-console and describes its unique place in an increasingly crowded market
22 days ago Microsoft's next-gen console to keep games from one region from running on another region's hardware
22 days ago Former employee's deals bring in big money for AMD
22 days ago "The Xbox continuously records all sorts of personal information" says Peter Schaar