Microsoft late on Saturday sent a notice to Xbox 360 gamers that it would push a required Dashboard update to systems on November 1. While not made explicit, it's possible if not likely the update will represent the upgrade to Kinect and many of the other features promised earlier this year, such as a refined interface with support for Kinect navigation, better parental controls, Video Kinect chats and Zune Pass music support. A new layout, new fonts and new colors are part of the changes, Microsoft said...
A new beta version [build 12606] of the Fall 2010 [alias 'Kinect'] dashboard has been leaked on the
Oprah has surprised her audience with giveaways for Kindles, cars and even trips to Australia. Now,
Today, the countdown to Kinect begins, as Microsoft Corp. announced the launch of a multiyear advert
Several stores, including Game and Play.com, have already sold out of their pre-order allocation of
If you don't own an Xbox 360 your option
Major Nelson: I am happy to announce that we’re doing an Xbox 360 System Update Preview program for our next release, and the opportunity to sign up is now available. The Preview Program will give you the chance to check out ESPN on Xbox LIVE, Zune music, Netflix search, the new Xbox LIVE dashboard, and new updates to Zune video and Family Settings on your Xbox 360*. Much like we did last year, you’ll need to visit the Microsoft Connect site from this link and sign in with your Windows LIVE ID that is connected to your Xbox LIVE Gamertag. Once you complete the survey that is presented to you, the Connect site will notify you immediately if you’ve been accepted. A couple of points before you head off to register...
The release of a new Halo game is always big news, complete with midnight launches, huge sales, and
Microsoft Xbox product director Aaron Greenberg is bullish on the company's TGS lineup, the Japanese
Microsoft Corp. kicked off the Tokyo Game Show Thursday by unveiling plans to help Japanese game mak
Microsoft said on Thursday that its new videogame "Halo: Reach" had racked up $200 million in sales
It's only the most anticipated video game of the year. "Halo: Reach," the latest installment of the