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Xbox's media-streaming apps bring video, TV shows, and music to Windows Phone. Both are available for download today.
Microsoft has let its Zune and Windows Phone 7 users know that any content that they've bought on their devices won't be accessible after February next year. Users will have to upgrade to a Windows Phone 8 handset to stay current.
Microsoft says Xbox Video content owned by users won't be playable on Windows Phone 7 devices but will work fine on Windows Phone 8.
In this video we examine the history of the Xbox, starting with its origins in the late '90s and ending with a forward look to the just-revealed console. Plus, a lesson that Microsoft should learn from its own success...
Xbox Live bigwig outlines new services hitting Microsoft's gaming box in a letter that includes section dubbed "Xbox on Windows 8 and Windows Phone."
Microsoft looks set to flood phones with Xbox video, making it possible to buy or rent movies and TV on your Windows Phone.
Microsoft's Xbox Video store makes its way to the Web, but a Windows Phone app is still "coming soon."
The software giant posts solid fourth-quarter results on continued strength in its Office, server software, and Xbox video game business.
The new device will feature an HD Radio tuner and OLED screen, but will it be enough to take on the iPod Touch? Also, Microsoft is rebranding Xbox video service with Zune name.
Clues continue to dribble out regarding the release of the next version of Microsoft's Xbox video game console, all supporting predictions that Xbox 2 will be the hot item for this year's holiday shopping season. [Missing Links]