And only for U.S. and Canadian Xbox 360 owners, at that.
It’s easy (and popular) to predict further disaster for the once-proud tech titan. But quietly, Microsoft is doing several things well—better than we give it credit for.
And he lives to tell the tale.
Nvidia unveils its Tegra K1 mobile “super” chip.
What’s lurks in a New Mexico landfill? Only Microsoft’s platforms know.
What to buy if you slept through the last eight years of video games.
But don’t look for the program on Xbox One at launch.
It’s the first time Sony’s PS3 has held the top console sales spot since 2011.
Playable at last.
Fall’s most anticipated PC, console and handheld video games (not including PlayStation 4 and Xbox One titles) are nearly here.
Sounds like a data-juggling issue.
More like “grand theft all your free time.”