Archive for the ‘Xbox One’ Category

Microsoft is becoming pretty prolific when it comes to the release of accessories for the Xbox One. The latest in a line of new releases is the Xbox Wireless Controller – Recon Tech Special Edition.

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At the GDC in San Francisco today, Microsoft announced its plans to extend the scope of its Windows Mixed Reality platform even further to include the Xbox One and Project Scorpio in 2018.

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Microsoft today took the wraps off a new subscription service called Xbox Game Pass, which will allow gamers to play over 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 games for a monthly fee of $9.99.

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Here’s a guide on how to install and play Nintendo 3DS games on your Xbox One or Xbox One S game console.

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Fans of the ever-popular Kodi media center can rejoice, because the app is now returning to Xbox One and Xbox One S. Here are the details.

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Here’s how to perform a complete reset of your Xbox One or Xbox One S console to factory state before selling it off.

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Xbox Platform head Mike Ybarra took to Twitter in order to announce that Snap has been removed from the upcoming Xbox One Creators Update to make room for “bigger things.”

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Xbox One dashboard interface redesign for 2017 has been teased by Microsoft on video. This new UI will be available in an update to both Xbox One and Xbox One S users sometime this year.

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Are you in the fortunate position of having an Oculus Rift running on a powerful Windows 10 PC? Do you happen to have an Xbox One or Xbox One S with stunning gaming content that’s running on the same network as the aforementioned Windows 10 PC?

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Anyone who thought that the current crop of gaming consoles are just for that, gaming, might want to think again following the release of the latest app onto the platform, this time from cloud storage provider Dropbox.

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Starting today, and continuing for the next few weeks, both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One can be had for a very reasonable $250 apiece.

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Microsoft has made good on its promise to make Xbox One games compatible with Oculus Rift, and vice versa, even though it may have taken it a little longer than we would all have hoped.

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