Microsoft is reportedly 'considering plans for a lightweight Xbox One', which may be designed only to run games and apps from the Windows Store, in an effort to compete with the Apple TV box.
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Hundreds of complaints regarding UI features, Xbox TV and Kinect have surfaced in an unofficial feedback website. Many users say basic Xbox 360 functions are not being included with the latest device.
An anonymous software developer has revealed details about the upcoming Xbox, claiming it will run Windows 8 and won't be 'always-on' - but the veracity of the information remains questionable.
Microsoft's next-gen Xbox will reportedly work with television set-top boxes to provide content to users, although the service will require a persistent Internet connection.
Microsoft has entered into an agreement with Ericsson to sell its Mediaroom IPTV business. The deal is expected to close later this year and will make Ericsson the leading IPTV provider.
More information of the purported power of Microsoft and Sony's next-generation gaming consoles has leaked following yesterday's report regarding the power of the upcoming devices.
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A new rumor claims that Microsoft is indeed working on a project that will bring a low-cost Xbox TV set-top box that would emphasize casual games and streaming content sometime before the end of 2013.
The Xbox 360's live television services are still scheduled to launch on Tuesday but a newly released schedule today reveals that not every content provider will be ready to launch on Dec. 6.
A new report claims that Microsoft's Xbox TV service for its Xbox 360 console will use apps that are built on an updated version of Microsoft's Silverlight platform that's code named "Lakeview".
Microsoft has confirmed that some of the newly announced Xbox TV providers for its Xbox 360 console will require a paid Xbox Live Gold membership in order to access them.
A new rumor suggests that Microsoft is now in talks with both Comcast and Verizon that could see the two cable TV providers offer content for Microsoft's upcoming Xbox TV service.
Two months before Microsoft planned to hold a conference that would have given more info about its IPTV plans, the company has revealed that the conference has now been delayed. ZDNet repors that the Mediaroom...