Rumor Has It: Who wants to play used games on the Xbox One? Everybody!

Microsoft's response to the used games issue is more confusing than helpful; the next iPhone might come in colors, but iOS 7 will probably be flat and boring; and our steampunk dreams might come true.


What a week it's been, amirite? Microsoft held an hour-long event where it introduced the next-generation Xbox, called the Xbox One, and we're left with as many questions as when we started.

The most important question on everyone's lips, however, is whether the Xbox One will play used games. What do you think? If it doesn't play used games, would that be a deal breaker? Leave a comment below.

We revisit some colorful iPhone rumors, for no other reason than that they just keep popping up. Google might do something awesome across the world, and iOS 7 maylose some of its luster. Thanks a lot, Jony Ive.

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