Hardware news tagged Xbox
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
Next-Generation Game Consoles Good for Evolution of PC Gaming - Nvidia.
With Direct3D 11.1/OpenGL 4.3 Functionality and Heterogeneous Computing, Next-Gen Consoles Will Give PC Gaming a Boost
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
Amazon: Demand for Microsoft Xbox One Is Unprecedented.
Pre-Orders of Microsoft Xbox One Set Up Records
Microsoft Reaffirms Its Commitment to Xbox 360 Gaming Platform with New Model
Monday, June 10, 2013
Microsoft Announces Xbox One Pricing, Availability Timeframe.
Microsoft Xbox One to Ship This November in 21 Countries
Thursday, June 6, 2013
Microsoft Xbox One Will Require Online Checks Every 24 Hours.
Microsoft Xbox One Will Perform Licensing Checks Every Day
Monday, June 3, 2013
Next-Generation Game Consoles to Cost $349 - $399 – Analyst.
Sony PlayStation 4 to Cost Less Than Xbox One
Friday, May 31, 2013
Microsoft Set to Spend $1 Billion on Exclusive Xbox One Video Games.
Microsoft Eager to Fund Development of Exclusive Games for Xbox One
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
AMD Will Receive $60 - $100 for Every SoC for Next-Gen Game Consoles - Financial Analysts.
AMD to Benefit from PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Even If They Are Unsuccessful
Microsoft Does Not Focus on PC Gamers When It Comes to Hardcore Games
Monday, May 27, 2013
Microsoft Xbox One APU Cost Over $3 Billion to Develop.
Former AMD Executive Reveals Cost of Xbox One SoC Project for Developers
Microsoft to Boost Xbox One Compute Performance Using Cloud Technologies
Microsoft Xbox One to Be Region Locked
Friday, May 24, 2013
Second-Generation Kinect Sensor for Windows Due in 2014 – Microsoft.
Microsoft Discloses Additional Details About Kinect 2
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Kinect Support Is Not Mandatory for Xbox One Video Games – Microsoft.
Microsoft Will Not Require Compulsory Support of Kinect from Xbox One Games
Microsoft Xbox One May Cost €599 in Europe, If First Listings Are Correct
Microsoft Vows Xbox One Will Not Have RROD-Like Issues
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Microsoft Not Worried About Xbox One’s Lack of Backwards Compatibility, Vows Big Xbox 360 Announcement at E3.
Microsoft Believes Xbox One Will Not Require Games of Xbox 360
Microsoft Xbox One Games to Use PhysX and APEX
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Microsoft Xbox One to Run Two Operating Systems at Once.
To Provide the Best Experience, Xbox One Will Rely on Several Operating Systems
Microsoft Xbox One Will Need Internet Connection for Majority of Things
Microsoft Drops Backwards Compatibility for Xbox One
Battlefield 4 Launch Date Reveals Availability Timeframe for PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Microsoft Reveals Its New Vision for Game Consoles with Xbox One System