The World Cup sets a record in Internet traffic, possible Nintendo 3DS screenshots are leaked, and Microsoft's project Natal gets an official name.
Kinect is the new name for Microsoft's motion-sensing Natal, unveiled at E3
Kinect games demoed ran the gamut from driving a car to driving a boat to driving a mine cart--all with graphics that would make a Nintendo Wii blush. But cool hardware aside, who's going to want to play these games?
At a special performance headlined by Cirque du Soleil, Microsoft formally unveils Project Natal and its new brand name.
Two 11th-hour leaks point to news that may be central to Microsoft's E3 Xbox product announcements.
Natal is getting its very own event at E3, so it must be important right? In many ways, Natal is Microsoft's answer to the 10-year console refresh, and getting deeper into your wallet.
Microsoft's motion control add-on makes its D: All Things Digital debut, with the event's moderators getting a chance to put it through its paces.
Microsoft briefly shows off Project Natal at D8, allowing conference moderators Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, along with Swisher's son, to try out the Xbox controller.
The price of Microsoft's fancy new camera peripheral for the Xbox 360 could be $150, according to Edge Online--just $30 less than the price of a new Xbox 360.
At E3, Microsoft is turning to the TV network and the hit performance company to help launch its innovative motion-control system.