Windows 10 game streaming and more
Game streaming is a gaming world buzz word and Xbox One will join the trend with its Windows 10 update. Microsoft has confirmed that the update will rolls out on 12 November.
New look and plenty of new features
While Windows 10 OS is happily running on plenty of PCs, it appears that Xbox One Windows 10 update will be coming in November, according to Microsoft's announcement at Gamescom 2015.
Big push for gaming
Microsoft is trying its best to increase Xbox sale numbars, as apparently, Sony is doing much better when it comes to the console sales.
Final version gets announced
After three years since we first saw it, Oculus VR has finally unveiled the final consumer version of the Oculus Rift virtual reality (VR) headset at its dedicated press event in San Francisco.
Looks like it is getting closer to being released
As most who have an Xbox One know, taking a screenshot is almost impossible. It continues to be the most requested feature that users want added to the Xbox One and Microsoft knows it.
Rumors suggest it is coming for both Xbox One & PS4
A number of sources are whispering that both Microsoft and Sony have committed to upgrading their consoles to add 4K (Ultra HD) in an expected refresh to both consoles later this year.
Brothers and Sniper Elite free for Xbox 360 Gold
Xbox One owners who happen to have a Xbox Live Gold membership will be treated to a free copy of #IDARB (It Draws A Red Box) this month as part of Microsoft's Games with Gold promotion.
Will cut connection time in half and add other improvements
A new firmware update for the Xbox One controller is currently in testing. Users that are in the Xbox Preview program can try it now, everyone else will have to wait a little longer.
Free-to-play version coming in second quarter
Way back into 2010 a developer called Realtime Worlds released a game called APB: All Points Bulletin. The game didn't do very well and the studio fell into administration and the game rights were sold to Reloaded who modified the game to make it a free-to-play experience on the PC.
Looking into how it might be used and work
Now that everyone has seen the HoloLens, the obvious question is can it be connected to the PC or better yet, the Xbox One? Well, Microsoft is already a step ahead of your thinking because they are exploring ways that the HoloLens might be used with both the PC and the Xbox One. The thing is that they don't have anything definite yet.