Hardware news tagged Durango

Wednesday, July 10, 2013


Microsoft Could Make Xbox One as Viable Small Business Platform. {keywords}
[10:20 pm]

Microsoft Welcomes Business Apps for Xbox One

 

Thursday, July 4, 2013


Microsoft Vows to Launch Xbox One in “Tier Two” Countries Early in 2014. {keywords}
[7:53 pm]

Xbox One Global Roll-Out Promises to Be Quick

 

Thursday, June 27, 2013


AMD Confident in Delivering Enough Chips for PlayStation 4, Xbox One Chips. {keywords}
[10:11 pm]

AMD: We Will Have No Problems Meeting Demand for Console APUs

Microsoft Xbox One Cracked Opened: First Photos of Hardware Inside Xbox One Emerge. {keywords}
[9:21 pm]

First Images of Xbox One Hardware Reveal Simple Mainboard Design, Massive AMD Chip

 

Monday, June 24, 2013


Amazon Lists 27th of November as Xbox One Launch Date. {keywords}
[7:17 pm]

Microsoft Denies Revealing Xbox One Launch Date to Retailers

 

Wednesday, June 19, 2013


Microsoft Ditches Xbox One’s DRM and Always-Online Policies Following Critics from Gamers. {keywords}
[5:35 pm]

After Facing Rage from Gamers, Microsoft Reverses Its Xbox One DRM Policies

 

Tuesday, June 11, 2013


Amazon: Demand for Microsoft Xbox One Is Unprecedented. {keywords}
[10:44 pm]

Pre-Orders of Microsoft Xbox One Set Up Records

 

Monday, June 10, 2013


Microsoft Announces Xbox One Pricing, Availability Timeframe. {keywords}
[10:50 am]

Microsoft Xbox One to Ship This November in 21 Countries

 

Thursday, June 6, 2013


Microsoft Xbox One Will Allow to Share, Resell Games, But Only Under Microsoft Supervision. {keywords}
[10:40 pm]

Microsoft to Provide Sophisticated Game Sharing Capabilities, But Will Limit Usage of Old Games

Microsoft Xbox One Will Require Online Checks Every 24 Hours. {keywords}
[10:03 pm]

Microsoft Xbox One Will Perform Licensing Checks Every Day

 

Monday, June 3, 2013


Next-Generation Game Consoles to Cost $349 - $399 – Analyst. {keywords}
[9:51 pm]

Sony PlayStation 4 to Cost Less Than Xbox One

 

Wednesday, May 22, 2013


Microsoft Not Worried About Xbox One’s Lack of Backwards Compatibility, Vows Big Xbox 360 Announcement at E3. {keywords}
[7:09 pm]

Microsoft Believes Xbox One Will Not Require Games of Xbox 360

 

Tuesday, May 21, 2013


Microsoft Xbox One to Run Two Operating Systems at Once. {keywords}
[9:03 pm]

To Provide the Best Experience, Xbox One Will Rely on Several Operating Systems

Microsoft Xbox One Will Not Require “Always On” Connection, But Will Need the Internet for Nearly Everything. {keywords}
[8:59 pm]

Microsoft Xbox One Will Need Internet Connection for Majority of Things

Microsoft Xbox One Will Not Be Backwards Compatible with Xbox 360 Games. {keywords}
[7:51 pm]

Microsoft Drops Backwards Compatibility for Xbox One

Microsoft Unveils Xbox One: The One and Only Machine One Needs in the Living Room. {keywords}
[6:44 pm]

Microsoft Reveals Its New Vision for Game Consoles with Xbox One System