Microsoft will be launching Xbox One in China on Sept. 29, the company said Tuesday.More
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Microsoft is delaying the launch of its Xbox One console in China — a launch that was supposed to take place this Tuesday but will now happen sometime before the end of the year.More
Microsoft is launching a standalone version of its Kinect voice- and motion-sensor for the Xbox One.More
Microsoft announced Sept. 23 as the launch date in China for sales of its Xbox One gaming and entertainment console.More
Starting June 9, Microsoft will sell for $399.99 a version of Xbox One that will not include the Kinect voice-and-motion sensor
That’s $100 less than the price that Microsoft initially priced the Xbox One package — including Kinect — at launch, and puts it on par with Sony’s PlayStation 4, which has been outselling the Xbox One.More
Microsoft has sold 5 million Xbox One consoles to retailers, continuing to lag behind Sony’s PlayStation 4, which has sold 7 million units to consumers so far.
The launch of “Titanfall” for Xbox 360 consoles has been pushed back to April 8.More
After beating the Xbox One in units sold in 2013 and in January 2014, Sony’s PlayStation 4 again was the top selling console in February, according to research firm NPD Group.More
[Update 2:50 p.m. 3/12/14: Microsoft says it has fixed the Xbox Live sign-in issue where some members were having trouble signing in to the service.More
Microsoft’s retail stores are planning midnight launch parties for the release of the highly anticipated video game “Titanfall” next week.More