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  • Blog Post: Zune Marketplace Changing To Xbox Music and Video

    The Zune Marketplace will no longer offer media rentals or sales at the end of the month as part of the abandonment of Microsoft Points . This change is similar to the shutting down of Games for Windows Live . The Zune store is shutting down, but it's really more of a conversion. You will still be... More
  • Blog Post: Old Microsoft Patent Reveals Abandoned Plans For A Console With DVR

    The Xbox 360 is all about streaming television content directly to you (and playing those video game things), but at one time that plan may have been to allow gamers to record television like a traditional DVR straight to their consoles. An old patent discovered by Tomsguide.com that was filed about... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Games Division Almost Doubles Profit

    Microsoft unveiled its quarterly earnings report for the period ending on September 30, and it was a tale of two reports. The company showing a 14 percent decline from last year, but the Entertainment and Devices Division, which houses the Xbox 360 and Zune, almost doubling its operating profit from... More
  • Blog Post: Hands On With The 360's Latest Update

    Microsoft is rolling out its latest update in a few weeks, and we had the chance to get our hands on it early. It’s best to think of it as the tardy companion of the one that released a few months ago; it adds several high-profile features, but it’s not anything particularly revolutionary... More
  • Blog Post: Xbox Live Update Preview Program Launches

    Curious as to when Xbox Live will role out their much anticipated Zune, Facebook and Twitter apps? So are we. The new features are just over the horizon as Major Nelson announced yesterday that Microsoft will once again be hosting an Xbox Live Update Preview Program for users. Microsoft rolled out the... More
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