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Feb 18, 2013
Next Xbox may come out in October 2013With Sony's next-gen console announcement right around the corner, Microsoft undoubtedly doesn't want to be left behind. According to InRumours, new
Feb 08, 2013
Next-gen Microsoft Xbox to have Siri-like voice recognitionMicrosoft’s next-generation Xbox will have a much-improved speech recognition technology. The Verge reports that the technology is very similar to the
Feb 07, 2013
Next-gen Xbox may require players to be always onlineAccording to EDGE, players will be required to be constantly connected to the Internet to play games on the next version of the Xbox. Along with this, it will also...
Nov 10, 2012
Microsoft releases Nike+ Kinect Training for Xbox 360 for Rs 2,599Developed in partnership with Nike and Sumo Digital, and published by Microsoft Studios, Nike+ Kinect Training, has been released across India. It will be available at all leading retail stores...
Nov 07, 2012
Kinect could control who watches movies on Xbox 360Microsoft has acquired a new patent related to the Xbox Kinect. Titled Content Distribution Regulation by Viewing User, the new patent will allow content providers...
Oct 30, 2012
Microsoft releases Kinect Sports Ultimate CollectionMicrosoft has launched in India the Kinect Sports Ultimate Collection, a combination of the Kinect’s bestselling games on the Xbox 360...
Oct 18, 2012
Microsoft releases Dance Central 3 for KinectMicrosoft has brought the latest edition of Dance Central – Kinect Dance Central 3 – to India starting today. Priced at Rs 2499, the game is packed with new features, including a multiplayer party mode for up to 8 players.
Oct 11, 2012
Microsoft releases Fable: The Journey for Xbox 360 KinectMicrosoft’s latest game, gives every gamer the chance to be an action hero. Fable: The Journey is an action adventure game, exclusively designed for Kinect with Xbox 360.
Sep 20, 2012
Sesame Street's next chapter: Elmo talks backElmo, Big Bird and the rest of the "Sesame Street" crew have always talked to kids. Now, they'll try to have a two-way conversation with their pint-sized audience using Kinect...