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It looks like Sony has managed to beat Microsoft when it comes to console sales for the month of September. The Playstation 4 has managed to outsell the Xbox One for nine straight months.
Turtle Rock Studios is following up its Left for Dead hit franchise with a new cooperative shooter. Confirmed for an October 30 launch, the Big Alpha test event will be only on Xbox One.
Microsoft Store is using new pre-order bonuses via Xbox Live Rewards and exclusive game content to draw Xbox shoppers to its own retail stores this holiday season.
Lionhead Studios' continuation of the Xbox-exclusive Fable franchise has a multiplayer beta going live in October, and you can signup for the chance to play before the game is launched!
A proof of concept project from Microsoft Research shows how the Kinect can be used along with projectors to make any room an interactive display experience.
From the Tetris movie and Lumia launches, to product problems, the OnePlus Two, low-cost Windows devices, Windows 10, and the Borg, we take a look back at highlights from the week's top tech news.
Developer Respawn Entertainment has announced that the third and final announced DLC for "Titanfall," IMC Rising, will be released on Xbox One and PC this Thursday.
Microsoft has released a "live-action trailer" for its next big Xbox One exclusive, "Sunset Overdrive," showcasing just how insane the game will be when it's released in North America on Oct. 28.
Microsoft has sent out a notice that they will have to delay the launch of the Xbox One in China but that it will still be released by the end of the year as it ties up loose ends.
Microsoft has announced a wired Xbox One controller, coming this December, compatible with Windows 7 and Windows 8 for gaming on the PC without using a mouse or keyboard.
From new Windows and more Windows Phones, to new devices with changing prices, bigger iPhones, and the (non-)death of Nokia, we take a look back at highlights from this week's top tech news on Neowin.
Microsoft has announced three holiday bundles aimed at enticing potential Xbox 360 customers. The bundles all retail at $249 and contain various games, console colours, Xbox Live Gold access and more
Sony outsells Microsoft in the next-gen console sales war for the month of August, but the Xbox One is on the rise.
Microsoft is currently testing a service that allows you to play Xbox games in your browser by utilizing a streaming service that it is building on top of Azure.
Microsoft is planning on adding a wealth of new features to Xbox One over the coming months, and they've posted a new video showcasing all of the new additions coming in October.
Sky News is launching a new app for the Xbox 360 in the UK and US this month, including a live channel feed and on-demand content - but there's no mention of a similar app for the Xbox One.
Microsoft has put out a new offer for the Xbox One that will give you a free game of your choice if you buy a new console and if you buy a bundled console, that will result in two free games.
Netflix updated its Xbox One app, bringing a new interface users hate and cutting many features, such as voice navigation options, all gesture controls and the "continue watching" section.
'Minecraft' will be available to download on Xbox One this Friday, and those who bought the Xbox 360 version can get it for just $4.00, while those who didn't get that version will pay $19.99.
Ever since we made the move into 2014, Microsoft has been playing from behind when comparing the sales of the Xbox One versus the PlayStation 4. Could September mark a momentum shift?
The popular Xbox 360 zombie game "State of Decay" will make its way to Xbox One in spring 2015, featuring remastered 1080p graphics and additional content.
If you bought an Xbox One and it didn't come with Kinect but you would still like to buy the sensor, you can do so in October - it will set you back $149 but does come with a free game.
Earlier today, Sony's PS4 online service was disrupted, and now it looks like Microsoft's Xbox Live service is now being kicked offline, hinting that the two outages may be linked.
From new Windows Phones and OS previews, to Twitter tragedies, curious comments and Windows in your windows, we take a look back at some of the highlights from this week's tech news on Neowin.
With 10 million PS4 consoles sold, Sony is performing well above than what most people expected. A recent Nielsen study about brand loyalty may explain why Sony is doing great after all.
The Xbox website has put up a page with a new media drive for the Xbox 360. Clocking in at 500gb and priced $20 cheaper than the 320gb version, we wonder, is a typo or simply a great deal?
Xbox Video for Windows Phone has finally received a much-needed update, bumping the version up to 184.108.40.206 and bringing faster playback speeds, better performance, and more refined searches.
Microsoft has reportedly been in talks with Warner Bros about spinning off its now-dead Xbox Entertainment Studios unit, and potentially merging it with popular gaming YouTube channel, Machinima.
"IMC Rising," the third map pack for "Titanfall," was announced at Gamescom today and will release sometime this Autumn, according to developer Respawn Entertainment.
You can watch live the Xbox Briefing at Gamescom 2014 right here. Microsoft will share more trailers, gameplay and announcements about the games that will hit consoles this holiday season.
Some recent articles have cited Microsoft's financial results as proof that Microsoft lost $400 million on the Xbox One, but their math skills need some significant work.
Microsoft will launch a digital TV tuner for Xbox One in the U.K., France, Germany, Italy and Spain this October, bringing TV capabilities and OneGuide to the console's users in those markets.
Microsoft's main Xbox Briefing at Gamescom 2014 will take place on August 12, and its 'teaser trailer' for the event reveals highlights of what it's got lined up, and where you'll be able to watch.
If you're ready to work out this summer, Microsoft has launched its exclusive version of P90X for the Xbox One. The program will include five exclusive new workouts and real-time feedback.
Microsoft has announced the next titles coming to their 'Games with Gold' program for August, and this month's freebies include two games for the Xbox 360 and two for the Xbox One.
Despite most of the recent news being about "Halo: Nightfall," some new information about "Halo 2: Anniversary" for Xbox One has been released on Waypoint, and is sure to please fans of the series.
Microsoft has released the first footage of the upcoming "Halo: Nightfall" digital video series, giving us our first good glimpse of Agent Locke, who will be playable in "Halo 5: Guardians."
Respawn is making significant upgrades to "Titanfall" with its next major update, bringing a credit system that the developer stresses won't include microtransactions (the use of real-world money).
Following a wave of panic among some who assumed that Microsoft was about to pull the plug on its Xbox Music and Video services, the company's Joe Belfiore has assured users that they're here to stay.
A boy got the shock of his life recently after turning on his Xbox after a decade. He discovered his late father's ghost car, which was recorded when he clocked the best time on a rally game.
Microsoft has announced the launch of a new GoPro Channel for the Xbox One - three months after it arrived on the 360 - and four exclusive videos are available on the channel to mark its launch.
Microsoft has released a new promotional video for the Xbox One. It shows of some games due for release later this year, while a quote from Rocky is read out by Sylvester Stallone in the background.
The newest entry in the Dance Central franchise will hit Xbox One on Sept. 2 and come with 10 songs, though content purchased for previous entries will be compatible with the new game.
Microsoft's recent round of nearly 18,000 layoffs has done more than kill several major projects like Xbox Studios: It has severely impacted their relationship with major advertising partners.
Xbox Europe will not be spared from Microsoft's 18,000 employee layoff, after it emerged many job cuts were underway at its Reading location. 75% of employees with EMEA roles will be made redundant.
Microsoft is to close Xbox Entertainment Studios, the division responsible for its original TV shows, with the loss of around 200 employees - although its Halo live-action shows will not be affected.
Microsoft has delisted a wave of Windows and Windows Phone games it published from the Windows and Windows Phone stores, including several well-received titles such as "Rocket Riot."
Last year, Microsoft said that it would allow any Xbox One to be turned into a developer console but it looks like that feature has been scrapped by the team in Redmond.
"Project Spark," a game that allows you to customize nearly everything, has received a launch date for the retail package for the Xbox One. The full release edition will be available in early-October.