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Microsoft announced the current Xbox 360 console just over eight years ago. Between that day and today's next Xbox reveal, the company has released a ton of new products in other divisions.
A new rumor claims to have identified some of the parts suppliers for Microsoft's next Xbox game console, along with word that mass shipments of the device should start in the third quarter of 2013.
Microsoft has launched a new in-house Live Video Player app for Windows Phone 8 devices made for viewing the next Xbox reveal video streaming event on Tuesday.
One day before the next Xbox reveal, Sony released a new teaser trailer that shows glimpses of the design for the PlayStation 4 console, with the promise of its full reveal on June 10th at E3 2013
Microsoft reportedly won't offer a subsidized next-gen Xbox despite previous reports to the contrary. The subsidized version would have costed less upfront with an Xbox Live subscription.
Microsoft has received a trademark for something called 'Forzavista' which it confirmed just a few days before Tuesday's big next Xbox reveal event in Redmond, Washington.
Microsoft is putting the finishing touches on its next Xbox reveal tent on its Redmond, Washington campus but the weather forecast on Tuesday may make things a bit damp.
Ahead of Tuesday's reveal of the next Xbox, Microsoft has created an image that shows what all of the company's previous Xbox consoles look like, including the special editions.
The many retail Microsoft Store locations in the US and Canada will not only be hosting the live stream of the company's next Xbox reveal on Tuesday, they will be giving out some prizes as well.
In the final part of our look at everything we think we know about Microsoft's next Xbox game console, we speculate on what games are currently being developed and some other topics.
In the second part of our three part series going over everything we think we know about Microsoft's next version of the Xbox game console, we speculate on the software and Xbox Live services.
Microsoft Xbox exec Aaron Greenberg gave some more teases Friday on what we can expect from the next Xbox reveal on Tuesday and at E3 in June, and seemed to hint at a holiday 2013 launch time frame.
A few days ahead of its official next Xbox reveal, Microsoft has released new numbers from its own data as well as from third party firms about the current state of the game industry.
In this first article in a multi-part series, we go over everything we think we know about Microsoft's next version of the Xbox game console, starting with the rumors about its hardware specs.
The tent that's being built at Microsoft's campus especially for next week's reveal of the next Xbox now has its own Twitter page, posting a number of funny messages.
The Xbox 360 has added the official Twitch app, offering streaming video from the service's 300 channels. It will also host an official post-announcement show after the next Xbox reveal May 21st
Microsoft has started its E3 2013 media briefing ticket giveaway, where 175 people will be able to win a ticket to attend the company's big Los Angeles Xbox press conference June 10th.
Microsoft's Larry Hryb, director of programming for Xbox Live, tweeted an image of the temporary structure being built for the next-generation Xbox announcement, which will take place May 21.
Eight years ago today, MTV aired what was basically a 30 minute infomercial for Microsoft's announcement of the Xbox 360. Now we are nine days away from the reveal of the next Xbox.
Epic Games VP Mark Rein says that Microsoft will be "going heavily" on the free-to-play model for games made for the next Xbox, as well as Sony with its PlayStation 4 console.
Microsoft has confirmed it will make a return to the Gamescom video game convention in Germany in August to show off the next Xbox, after bypassing the show in 2012.
A new rumor claims that Microsoft could have to delay the launch of the next Xbox console until sometime in 2014, due to licensing issues for the console's Blu-Ray disc player.
Microsoft will be giving a select few members of the general public a chance to attend their pre-E3 2013 press conference on June 10th in Los Angeles, where more info will be revealed on the next Xbox
Peter Molyneux, the former head of Lionhead that got acquired by Microsoft, is hinting that he will be attending Microsoft's May 21st next Xbox reveal event but won't say in what capacity.
Activision has finally confirmed the existence of Call of Duty: Ghosts and that it will be shown off in public first as part of Microsoft's next Xbox press event on May 21st.
There's a ton of rumors about what name Microsoft will use for the next version of its Xbox game console. We go through the names that have been suggested and state our odds for their inclusion.
A new article claims to have information about the sound hardware that will be put into Microsoft's next Xbox game console, including word that it uses two audio rendering APIs for its games.
A new rumor claims that the first game from developer Respawn Entertainment, formed by the creators of the Call of Duty franchise, will be an exclusive for Microsoft's next Xbox console.
Neowin has confirmed that the Galen Center will host a Microsoft event on June 10th, the day before E3 2013. Microsoft has used the Galen Center in the past several years for its pre-E3 Xbox reveals.
A leaked image suggests Microsoft's upcoming console may be given the name "Xbox Infinity". With rumors running hot off the press, will the device live up to expectations?
A new rumor claims that third party publishers working on games for Microsoft's next Xbox can choose whether or not their games will require an Internet connection to be played on the console.
Microsoft's #XboxReveal hashtag is currently trending on Twitter as Xbox fans react to the news that a major press event related to the game console will be held May 21st.
Two Ubisoft employees briefly had their LinkedIn pages listing "X720" versions of Watch Dogs and Assassin's Creed 4 before they were removed, a sign both games are coming to Microsoft's next Xbox.
Microsoft Studios creative director Adam Orth has now reportedly left the company less than a week after his "always on" game console comments were called 'inappropriate' by Microsoft.
A new report claims, via unnamed sources, that Microsoft decided to push back its reveal event for the Xbox 360 from April to late May because "it saw little competitive pressure" from rival Sony.
More info sourced from The Verge points to a May 21st next Xbox reveal, as we've heard previously, although new info indicates this event will be held at a small venue focusing on the first details
A new report from Paul Thurrott claims Microsoft's next-generation Xbox console will be "expensive" at launch, costing "$500, $300 for the subscription, that kind of thing."
A number of UK game retailers are already speaking out against the next Xbox having an "always on" Internet connection as a requirement to play games, even though Microsoft has yet to confirm this.
Note to Microsoft: The Internet infrastructure in the U.S. is just not ready for a product like a game console that would require an "always on" Internet connection in order to play games or run apps.
After recent comments by a Microsoft employee discussing 'always online' consoles, a man has recorded a profanity-laden rant against the company, ending in the violent destruction of his Xbox 360.
Microsoft has now issued a formal apology for comments made by one of its employees on Twitter Thursday concerning the "always on" game console debate, saying they were "inappropriate".
A creative director at Microsoft Studios took to Twitter on Thursday to state his personal opinion that a game console with an "always on" Internet connection is not a bad thing.
A new report, based on unnamed sources, seem to repeat previous reports about the next Xbox game console from Microsoft requiring an "always on" Internet connection to play games and apps.
GameStop CEO J. Paul Raines says that the game retailer has spent "a lot of time with Microsoft" and claims the company's next Xbox game console "will be a very hot, compelling device."
New rumors about the controller for the next version of Microsoft's Xbox game console claim that it won't be much different than the current controller for the Xbox 360.
This week's Game Developers Conference was the source for a number of new game engine demos that show the future of what PC and next generation console games might look and act like.
The executive producer for the just announced FPS Battlefield 4 claims in a new interview that no one really knows what the final hardware specs will be for the PS4 and Microsoft's next Xbox consoles.
Microsoft's Larry Hryb is reminding users that there are no sign-up slots available to test for the next Xbox console. Online scammers are currently attempting to trick people with the fake sign-ups.
Analyst Michael Pachter of Wedbush Securities believes that retail disc games for Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's next-gen Xbox console will cost $70, a rise of $10 compared to current prices.