A new 10-foot user interface for YouTube is debuting on the Xbox One

The YouTube app on your television may be getting a makeover: [company]Google[/company] has updated the interface for its YouTube App for TV to reduce the number of clicks needed to get around menus armed only with a remote control. The update has already rolled out to [company]Microsoft’s[/company] Xbox One, and will head to other streaming devices “in the following weeks.” The new interface relocates subscriptions to channels and videos to a menu on the left hand side, like on the web, and it also puts a search bar on the top of the default home page. You can check out a preview of the interface in your browser here.

Skype sets group video calling free on desktops, Xbox One

Skype(s msft) group video calling will be free on desktop computers and the Xbox One, said Microsoft in a blog post MondayPreviously, the feature was included as part of Skype Premium, a subscription plan costing $8.99 per month. According to Skype marketing manager Phillip Snalune, “in the future, we’ll be enabling group video calling for all our users across more platforms – at no cost.” Hopefully, those platforms include Skype’s mobile apps on iOS(s aapl), Android(s goog), and Windows Phone.

Here’s what Microsoft announced the first day at Build 2014

Microsoft crammed numerous announcements into a three hour keynote event on Wednesday at its Build event. Windows, Windows Phone and Xbox all get new features and some of them are shared, bringing more consistency to the Windows user experience.

MLB.tv is coming to the Xbox One

Major League Baseball’s MLB.tv launched on Microsoft’s (S MSFT) Xbox One Tuesday, giving users of Microsoft’s new game console a way to watch live baseball games as well as replay full games from the archives. As always, blackout rules apply, and users need to have an Xbox Live Gold subscription as well as a MLB.tv Premium subscription — but if you are a cord cutter who want to follow your team from back home, this may be the best way to do it.