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New Kinect for Windows to start shipping next week

Microsoft says it plans to release the new motion-sensing device to developers starting July 15 for $199 each.

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Microsoft cuts Xbox price, frees Netflix from Gold

By removing the Kinect, Microsoft is offering a cheaper Xbox One and it's no longer requiring a Live Gold subscription to access streaming apps like Netflix. Also: the top European court orders Google to delete search links on request.

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The 404 1,484: Where we fly like a bird (podcast)

Flying like a bird with the Birdly Oculus Rift simulator, permanently replacing side-view mirrors with digital cameras, sunglasses with "real world Instagram filter" lenses, and a price drop on the Xbox One, now offered without Kinect!

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Microsoft is inviting people to test the new Xbox One update.

Xbox One update promises to fix Kinect sensor snafus

Rolling out as of Monday night, the latest update hosts improvements to game saves, video quality, and the Kinect.

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Xbox boss: Microsoft won't sell us off

That's the word from the newly installed head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, who says he believes the Xbox brand is the most relevant one Microsoft has for consumers.

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Microsoft shows off more of Kinect V2 for PCs at Build

A new version of the motion-sensing camera is coming to Windows PCs, copying the design and features of the Xbox One version.

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Microsoft unveils Kinect for Windows hardware, version 2

Microsoft is inching closer to delivering the second version of its Kinect for Windows sensor, and is showing off what the final hardware will look like.

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Xbox One Titanfall bundle drops to £370 at Gamestop

After yesterday's price cut, Microsoft's Xbox One console has got even cheaper again, this time at retailer Gamestop.

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Today we're talking the end of Flappy Bird, NYPD officers testing out Google Glass, hacking a 3D printer into an air hockey robot, and shifting blame off parents that "overshare" their babies on Facebook.

Ep. 1423: Where we let that baby settle

Today we're talking the end of Flappy Bird, NYPD officers testing out Google Glass, hacking a 3D printer into an air hockey robot, and shifting blame off parents who "overshare" their babies on Facebook.

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Xbox One gets updates for Kinect, storage

Microsoft to push out improvements for Xbox One, fingerprint-reading rumors swirl around Galaxy S5, and a new app pays you to put ads on your phone.

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Microsoft to push out improvements for Xbox One, fingerprint-reading rumors swirl around Galaxy S5, and a new app pays you to put ads on your phone.

Xbox One gets updates for Kinect, storage

Microsoft to push out improvements for Xbox One, fingerprint-reading rumors swirl around Galaxy S5, and a new app pays you to put ads on your phone.

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The installation is really just a massive tent that sits on top of Bryant Park in Manhattan. That large box in the center covers the fountain. Along all four sides are large digital displays touting Verizon and the connected, digital life.

Verizon's Power House embraces Super Bowl madness (pictures)

Verizon's exhibit in Bryant Park in Manhattan offers football-related sights and attractions, as well as a place to charge your phone.

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