Back in 2013, Microsoft mistakenly sent a prototype Xbox One to a man in Florida, instead of the laptop he ordered. This all happened two months before the console was even formally announced.
The Australian teen arrested for leaking information about the Xbox One is allegedly not cooperating with police by refusing to provide access to his laptop, which they say is encrypted.
With the impending launch of the next Xbox console at a May 21st event, I take a look at some of the features and capabilities I'd like to see when Microsoft releases its next generation hardware
There has been much speculation about the next Xbox and whether it will require an always on Internet connection. An internal email states that the next Xbox won't be always on and will 'just work.'
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.
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 Xbox is rumored to be using a version of Windows 8 running on x86 hardware, which could mean that it could be a major change for indie game developers.
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 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.
Some information regarding the next Xbox console may have been confirmed by the latest round of leaks, including how the console is always online and that games must be installed to the HDD
A new and detailed list of the rumored CPU hardware specs inside Microsoft's "next Xbox" has been posted on the Internet, claiming that the AMD-made CPU has two modules, each with four x86 cores.
A hacker who was recently raided by Australian police was not raided on Microsoft's behalf, the company claims. The hacker says he was recently visited by Microsoft officials, however.
More rumors have popped up on the Internet concerning the features of Microsoft's 'next Xbox' console, including word of a 500 GB hard drive, a mandatory Kinect add-oin and more.
The website that leaked what it claimed was the CPU specs of the next Xbox console is at it again, this time with their claim they have the specs for the GPU for Microsoft's next game console.
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.
A new rumor claims that the next Playstation console from Sony will have a run capability of 1.84 teraflops and that Microsoft's next Xbox will only generate 1.23 teraflops.
A look on the Google Trends website shows that searches for "Xbox 720" are created far more than those for "Playstation 4" which may indicate a bigger interest in Microsoft's unannounced game console.
A person that claims to have a hardware SDK for the next version of Microsoft's Xbox game console is attempting to sell the hardware, with the code name Durango, on eBay.
A new job posting on Microsoft's Careers website hints that a new Xbox could be released within the next 18 months, placing it within the widely speculated 2013 launch window
News is circulating at the moment that Microsoft has admitted in an interview, for the first time, that the next Xbox is currently in development. To us, this seems incredibly obvious.
A person has tried to sell what he claims is a real hardware SDK for the next version of Microsoft's Xbox game console, code name Durango, on a small developer forum for $10.000.