Without SmartGlass, there’s a substantial piece of the Xbox One’s pie you’re going to miss. For better or worse, I suspect that’s just as Microsoft wants it.
It’s a work in progress, but then Microsoft’s aiming higher than its competition.
Microsoft’s console stitches together an array of services in ways that are ambitious, though not always seamless.
Microsoft’s Xbox One arrives November 22.
In Ryse, Crytek hopes to convey the conceptual experience of what it means to become a leader.
Microsoft just halo-dropped Xbox One demo units into its retail stores.
Microsoft’s Marc Whitten and Yusuf Mehdi offer a candid 12-minute demo of the Xbox One’s interface.
There’s a free online Office that Microsoft wants you to know about.
With the Xbox One and Playstation 4 mere days away from launch, what’s hot and what’s not?
Tune-out the technophile chest-beating.
The hardware’s in good shape; now it needs a better Office and the right third-party apps.
Trouble on the desktop leads to a drastic change in workflow–and it turned out okay.