The (strong and getting stronger) case for Nintendo’s flagship console in 2013.
As always, it pays to be aware of the ups and downs of methodological claims.
Is buying an Xbox One to watch cable/satellite TV a sound investment?
Zombies, Romans, and armored trucks
Microsoft says it’s “taking care” of afflicted customers.
Xbox One just hit the one-million-sold-in-24-hours jackpot, too.
Can’t make up your mind? We’re here to help.
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.
Once you realize what Drivatars are up to, it’s all over.
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.