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Microsoft says that its monthly updates have brought "hundreds of new features" to the Xbox One during its first year on sale, and has published a list of over 100 of its top additions to the console.
Microsoft has just announced some new apps that will be coming to the Xbox One. This includes ReddX, the first Reddit app designed for a TV experience with full account and voice command support.
In the latest Major Nelson podcast, Microsoft's Larry Hryb claims that the company will do something during E3 2014 that has never been done before in the history of the gaming expo.
The Microsoft executive in charge of Xbox left the company for Sonos this month, but he shared some last words of praise for Xbox before his departure, hinting that the best is still to come.
Taking the idea from a Neowin community member, Larry Hryb of Microsoft said a revival of Futurama as an Xbox exclusive is a great idea and that he would pitch it inside the company.
A young person has uploaded what appears to be a clip of an unboxed Xbox One developer kit, but there's no word on how this person got the unit. Microsoft's Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb is not happy.
Major Nelson, the blog where many Microsoft Xbox 360 announcements are made, has just posted a countdown clock to E3 2013, which could be a tease for the reveal of the next version of the game console
Kotaku reports that the Xbox Live account of Larry Hyrb, director of programming for Xbox Live, was hacked late last night. Known as 'Major Nelson', Hyrb is an influential industry leader in the gaming world,...