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Violent video games may stop crime by keeping criminals busy playing violent video games

Economist Steve Levitt posits a fascinating theory on why the crime rate has plummeted over the past two decades.

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Microsoft admits disk drive glitch is killing some Xbox One consoles

Only a "very small number" of consoles are affected by the issue, Microsoft says. It's working on getting replacement models to anyone reporting the issue.

Microsoft sells 1 million Xbox One consoles on launch day

The new console's launch mirrors that of Sony's PlayStation 4 last week.

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Microsoft's Xbox One launch: Everything you need to know

The next generation of gaming is here, and beyond the games, the Xbox One is intertwined with the greater Windows universe. Here's everything you need to know.

Xbox One: Exploring its synergies in the Microsoft ecosystem

So you've got a game console. Now what?

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Xbox One review: For gamers, yes, but you'll like it too

Microsoft’s audacious assault on your living room is delightfully innovative yet unrefined.

Rapid Review: Xbox One

Microsoft has finally given us the living room hub device everyone else has said they would make in the last decade. Here's our review.

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Microsoft releases SmartGlass Xbox One app for Android, iOS, Windows

SmartGlass adds another screen to the Xbox experience. While the controller is fine for navigating the One console, it's a surprisingly necessary app.

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Microsoft delays Twitch TV game broadcasting on Xbox One until 2014

Fans of the Twitch.tv game streaming service will get to watch PlayStation 4 owners getting their game on -- but Xbox One owners will have to wait until next year.

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Our favorite launch titles for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One

Bought a new console? These are the only launch games worth paying attention to.

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Xbox One, PS4 consoles help AMD gain x86 market share against Intel

AMD grew its market share thanks to the millions of semi-custom x86 architecture chips it shipped for Microsoft’s Xbox One and Sony’s PlayStation 4 gaming consoles, an analyst said Tuesday.