Archive for the ‘Xbox One’ Category

Microsoft’s Xbox One X 1TB Standard Edition pre-orders are now live and available. Here are the details on it.

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Microsoft has confirmed that Xbox One games are getting keyboard and mouse support soon. Here are the details.

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Impressive Xbox gift card offer is back on the table, meaning anyone buying cards right now will receive an additional 10% off their order value as free credit.

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Microsoft’s Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition pre-order is back in stock for limited time. Hurry, don’t miss out on this.

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Xbox One X Project Scorpio Edition is a thing after the photos of the console have leaked online. It will be a limited run of special edition console to celebrate its development.

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It now appears that GTA 6 (Grand Theft Auto) is in later stages of development with release date being tipped for 2019-2020.

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If you were waiting for some early Xbox One X benchmarks to actually determine a solid interest in the hardware, then you will be pleasantly surprised with the metrics posted online.

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Xbox head Phil Spencer has confirmed that Xbox One X will be VR compatible despite its conspicuous absence during Microsoft’s E3 2017 show. Here are the details.

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The wait is over. Xbox One X is now official. Specs, release date, price and more details have been announced as well. Here are the details.

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You can now download Kodi 18 alpha nightly for Windows 64-bit. Kodi team has also confirmed that UWP Xbox One app is still being worked on. Here are the details.

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Kodi team has announced that they will be presenting at Build 2017, with Xbox One UWP app possibly making its first public debut after Microsoft announced it was coming earlier this year.

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Hulu is launching its much anticipated live TV service today, with those who are part of the beta, able to pay $39.99 for the privilege of testing out the company’s new offering.

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