Plex is landing on the Xbox One, finally bringing personal media to Microsoft’s new game console. An Xbox 360 app is also imminent.
Six-second videos on 50-inch screens? It’s gonna happen this year, thanks to a new Vine app for the Xbox One.
Netflix streaming just got a bit less expensive for Xbox users who now don’t have to pay for an Xbox Live Gold subscription anymore to access the video service.
Tubi TV is launching with 3,000 movies and TV show episodes on Amazons Fire TV as well as Roku’s set-top box and Microsoft’s Xbox 360.
E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial was deemed one of the worst video games of all times, and legend has it that Atari buried all copies in shame. Now, Microsoft wants to dig them up.
Just in time for the release of the Xbox One, we talk with one of its industrial designers about the challenges of creating a modern media machine.
In technology and business, it’s all three: whether you won, whether you lost, and how you played the game. Now that Steve Ballmer has finally decided to retire, it’s report card time.
Time Warner Cable is launching a live TV app for Xbox 360 later this summer.
You want to star on your Xbox 360? A new app makes it easy to view your personal photos and videos on the big screen and to manipulate them with Kinect or voice controls.
The week started with a nifty wireless NFC experiment but not ever Android phone has NFC. Free software accomplishes the same task of toggling Wi-Fi based on location. The Nexus 7 dock makes an appearance as does Xbox SmartGlass for Google’s 7-inch Nexus tablet.