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Microsoft is bound to play up the non-gaming entertainment features of the new console, focusing on streaming video, Skype calling, and deeper integration with other devices and services.
Microsoft has made plans for a big boost in its supplier shipments of the next-generation Xbox in the third quarter in anticipation of a fourth-quarter launch, according to one report.
Ready for Microsoft's next Xbox? We are. CNET's live coverage starts about an hour before the 10 a.m. PT event from Microsoft's headquarters.
Microsoft may be showing a whole lot of the next Xbox on Tuesday. Sony's response? A blurry reminder.
The Redmond, Wash., company says it has built an "all-in-one home entertainment system" with Skype, live TV, and many other capabilities.
In this video, we look at what Sony has revealed about its upcoming console, as well as what remains a mystery -- for now.
Sony posts blurry video of the PlayStation 4, Yahoo plans more ads for Tumblr, and rumors fly about a new MacBook Air model.
The software giant is pushing aggressively to build devices and creating new Web services. Expect plenty more where that came from in the coming year.
According to a new report, the next Xbox will come with a Blu-ray drive, built-in Kinect functionality and two AMD graphics chips.
Microsoft's next-generation game console will be based on AMD's 6000 series processor and have six times the power of the Xbox 360, sources tell IGN.