Don't-Miss E3 Stories
Microsoft Xbox One owners will be able to sell and share games, Microsoft said on Thursday, although third-party publishers can opt out if they choose.
Microsoft's new-look operating systems are finally getting a Halo game of their own.
Nvidia's CEO showed an updated version of the company's Shield portable gaming device at the Computex trade show Tuesday, and said it will start shipping the device later this month to customers who pre-ordered it.
Electronic Arts is dropping its unpopular Online Pass program not only for new titles, but for its existing line as well.
Ashutosh Saxena bought an Xbox to play computer games at home, but discovered that the Kinect motion-detection technology it includes provides a rich tool for his robotics lab where he's trying to create robots that learn what humans are up to and try to help out.
A new Microsoft patent suggests TV-based achievements could be coming to an Xbox One console near you.
Developers will be able to tap into the power of the cloud to boost the graphics in Xbox One games. It's an intriguing idea, but it could cement the need for the console to have an internet connection.
The game retailer says it expects that the Sony PS4 and the Xbox One will be priced less than their predecessors - and that there will be fewer buyers, too.
The new-and-improved Kinect that's shipping with the Xbox One later this year will find its way to Windows in 2014. But don't expect it to replace your mouse and webcam.
Xbox Live developer and community personality Major Nelson answered questions about the upcoming Microsoft game console.
You would think that Gamefly and Gamestop would be able to clarify how renting and selling used Xbox One games will work.
For all the things we do know about Microsoft's Xbox One, there’s a lot of things we still don’t. For instance, how much will the console cost and when it will be released?
Microsoft's new Kinect goes up against companies like Leap Motion and Thalmic Labs to bring motion control to PCs.
Sony will leverage its streaming technology to bring PlayStation games to devices other than dedicated consoles as part of its ongoing turnaround, but said gaming profits will still suffer and lowered sales targets for its smartphones and cameras.