On Thursday, a big, much anticipated software update will begin rolling out to Xbox One consoles. Based on the completely redesigned Windows 10 operating system, it promises to make the Xbox One's interface faster, easier to navigate, and will bring backwards compatibility for a slew of Xbox 360 games for the first time.
Big Bethesda fan? If so, then E3 2015 definitely brought some tasty morsels to the table. Fallout 4? Check. Doom 4? Check. Elder Scrolls card game? Check. Let's take a look at three of the most exciting projects on the gaming frontier.
Sling TV, the potentially game changing Internet TV package for cord cutters by DISH Network, just added a new platform, new extras, and more content to its core package, which costs $20 per month for live streaming and on demand TV.
How would you like to be able to stream your Xbox One games to a PC or tablet? How about an AI-assisted web browser? What about augmented reality holographic smartglasses? These were among some of the announcements Microsoft made on Wednesday's big Windows 10 reveal.
The next installment in the popular Call of Duty series, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, is slated to release next week, but gamers eager to snag a copy a day early will be happy to know that they can do so at Wal-Mart.
This week in social media, Facebook explained how it wants to help keep you and your data safe, Twitter added an audio feature (not their failed music app) while officially confirming that it's tweaking your timeline. Meanwhile while Vine launched an Xbox One app, Tumblr launched its first OS X desktop app with Yosemite.
The newest addition to the Halo franchise, Halo 5 on Xbox One, won't be out until 2015, but for those who can't wait for more Halo, 343 Industries and Microsoft are releasing something this fall that will probably distract them from their Halo 5 obsession — at least until the game is launched.
Despite the lack of any official news from game developer Rockstar Games, some Twitter sources remain confident that Grand Theft Auto V will be released on Sony's PlayStation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One this year.
Earlier this month, Wal-Mart listed the Minecraft: Xbox One Edition for sale this coming December on its website but this week comes word that the next-gen console versions will be released at the end of summer instead.