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Microsoft shows off Xbox trailers, hardware, services at E3

Project xCloud, the Elite Controller, Halo Infinite and much more.

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James Martin is the Managing Editor of Photography at CNET. His photos capture technology's impact on society - from the widening wealth gap in San Francisco, to the European refugee crisis and Rwanda's efforts to improve health care. From the technology pioneers of Google and Facebook, photographing Apple's Steve Jobs and Tim Cook, Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg and Google's Sundar Pichai, to the most groundbreaking launches at Apple and NASA, his is a dream job for any documentary photography and journalist with a love for technology. Exhibited widely, syndicated and reprinted thousands of times over the years, James follows the people and places behind the technology changing our world, bringing their stories and ideas to life.
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Outside the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles for the Xbox event on June 9 at E3 2019.

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Inside the Microsoft Theater.

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Microsoft's previews games like Halo Infinite and Gears of War 5, a new console and its upcoming streaming service called Project xCloud.

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Phil Spencer, executive vice president of gaming at Microsoft, speaks from the audience.

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Microsoft shows off Halo Infinite.

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A scene from Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order.

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Keanu Reeves announces the April 16, 2020, release date for Cyberpunk 2077, which features... him.

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A view of Cyberpunk 2077.

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Fire spewed from the stage during the Gears of War 5 demos.

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The Xbox Elite Controller Series 2 will work with the upcoming Xbox, which is codenamed Scarlett.

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The Xbox Elite Controller will have an internal rechargeable battery.

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A full-scale McLaren Senna of Legos debuts.

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Xbox Game Pass is now available.

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Microsoft's hybrid cloud-gaming service, Project xCloud, will arrive in October.

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Project Scarlett, the next Xbox console, will be available in late 2020.

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Microsoft announces that it has acquired game developer Double Fine.

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