The first press conference of a very busy Monday is about to begin as Microsoft takes the stage at the Galen Center to discuss the future of the Xbox One. It’s going to be hard to follow up Bethesda’s impressive showing from Sunday night, but Microsoft has a lot to prove with the PS4 regularly trouncing the Xbox One in sales. More →
We’re just a few days away from the start of E3 2015. This year is sure to be packed with exciting announcements from the big three — Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo — as well as EA, Ubisoft, Square Enix, and for the first time, Bethesda.
We’re going to be live from the massive event all week long, and to help you follow along, we’ve put together a press conference guide that you can refer back to when you’re waiting for the next live stream. More →
Microsoft has recently confirmed that Windows 10 is launching on July 29th, but the release doesn’t cover the phone version of the software. However, it looks like Microsoft might have inadvertently leaked the launch time frame for the Windows 10 phone update in a presentation to one of its partners. More →
Microsoft’s Surface Hub will do for tablet computers what Crocodile Dundee once did for knives — that is, it will show us how puny the ones we use every day really are. Microsoft’s massive new tablet isn’t meant to be a consumer device, of course, and it’s being targeted straight at the enterprise market. The device has an 84-inch diagonal and it will cost $20,000, which should put it out of reach of the average PC user. More →
The Xbox One bundle is getting a makeover. On Tuesday, Microsoft officially announced a new standard Xbox One bundle, featuring a console with a 1TB hard drive and a new matte finish, an upgraded controller with a 3.5mm headset jack and, for a limited time, a free copy of Halo: The Master Chief Collection in select markets. More →
It’s only been a few days since we discovered a 1TB PS4 model is in the works, and now it looks like Microsoft is joining in on the fun as well. On Friday afternoon, a listing appeared on Amazon for an Xbox One with a 1TB hard drive and a new controller, presumably spoiling one of Microsoft’s E3 2015 announcements. More →
Ever since Windows 10 was announced early last year, Microsoft’s focus has shifted heavily toward the software side of its business. We’ve been too focused on Start menus, Edge browsers and Xbox One game streaming to pay much attention to the hardware that will actually run the OS, which is why Microsoft rearranged its priorities at Computex this week. More →