Here are the First New Xbox One Features of 2016

Here are the First New Xbox One Features of 2016

If you’re part of the Xbox One Preview Program, you might be questioning the existence of the program by now. Much like Preview for Developers on Windows Phone, you might be wondering if, since Windows 10 is now on Xbox One, have you received all of the previews that you’re going to receive? The answer is a hard “no”. There was no preview update for the Xbox One in December but fear not, there will…

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The Beatles are Coming! The Beatles are Coming!

The Beatles are Coming! The Beatles are Coming!

If you’re sane, you enjoy Beatles music. In fact, there are very few things in the world that I think every sane person can enjoy, that have a wide enough offering that they literally have something for everybody. The Beatles are one of those. For years now, Apple has held Beatles music hostage in iTunes. Before that, you couldn’t legally get digital Beatles music anywhere.

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Deal: Halo: Spartan Strike and Halo: Spartan Assault Only $0.10

Deal: Halo: Spartan Strike and Halo: Spartan Assault Only $0.10

Today is day six of Microsoft’s 10 Days of 10 Cent Deals campaign. I don’t know about you but I’ve got about a dozen movies to watch this weekend. The deals include music, movies, apps, and games. There’s a lot of good ones. It appears that the apps and games remained pretty much the same for the last five days, but today, Microsoft added Halo: Spartan Assault and Halo: Spartan Strike to the mix. Normally…

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You Can Now Link your Facebook Account to Xbox Live to Find Friends

You Can Now Link your Facebook Account to Xbox Live to Find Friends

Well, that’s a bit of a misleading title. You’ve been able to link your Facebook account to Xbox Live for some time. You just had to do it through the Xbox (Beta) app on Windows 10. Now, the Xbox app has been updated with the new feature. You can now link your Facebook account and use it to find friends on Xbox Live.

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Xbox One was the Best Selling Console in October

Xbox One was the Best Selling Console in October

If you’re a Microsoft fan, it’s just bad news after bad news. The future of Windows Phone is uncertain. OneDrive users get screwed over time and again. PS4 drastically outsells the Xbox One. Today, we actually have some good news. Xbox One was the best selling game console in October. Most are giving credit to Halo 5, as it was also the best selling game, but I think there’s more to the story.

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Microsoft Announces the First 104 Backward Compatible Xbox Games

Microsoft Announces the First 104 Backward Compatible Xbox Games

Last week, I was at a  Best Buy browsing the Xbox 360 games. A salesman asked if I needed help and I told him that I was browsing the Xbox 360 games because my Xbox One is now backward compatible. He explained that this wasn’t happening until December. I explained that I was on the preview, so my Xbox One is backward compatible right now. He didn’t seem to understand. Nevertheless, backward compatibility is coming…

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Microsoft Releases Windows 10 for Xbox Build 10581

Microsoft Releases Windows 10 for Xbox Build 10581

Yesterday, Gabe Aul promised to do something that Microsoft has never done with an Insider build. That thing was to release a Windows 10 build for PC and mobile on the same day. Microsoft didn’t stop there. They also released build 10581 of the New Xbox One Experience, better known as Windows 10 for Xbox One. Here’s what’s new.

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Microsoft Releases New Build for Windows 10 for Xbox

Microsoft Releases New Build for Windows 10 for Xbox

Microsoft released yet another build for The New Xbox One Experience, also known as Windows 10 for Xbox. This build is 10577. Of course, Windows 10 for Xbox isn’t available to the general public, and it won’t be for about a month or so. The really cool features, such as Cortana and the universal Store won’t be available until 2016, so you’re really not missing anything. Of course, if you’re a member of the Xbox…

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