MS: No Xbox 360 price cut in the works

Microsoft has no plans to reduce the price of the Xbox 360 in light of the PS3's recent drop to $250.

Microsoft denies Xbox Live cloud rumors

Microsoft is denying speculation that its promised cloud storage service for Xbox Live has been rolled out ahead of schedule.

The average gamer is now 37-years-old

The Entertainment Software Association has just released its annual report.

Kinect grows up with core games, new content

Microsoft has just wrapped up its big pre-E3 press conference and while Kinect was yet again the focus, this time it's actually cool.

Spike TV to test live streaming to Xbox 360

Next week, for the first time ever, you'll be able to watch a TV show on a game console at the same time it's being broadcast on TV.

E3 rumors peg white Xbox 360, price cuts

Not too much is known about Microsoft's plans at next week's E3 trade show, but there are some new rumors popping up.

New Xbox 360 firmware brings headaches, as expected

Several Xbox 360 users are finding themselves unable to play games after downloading a mandatory software update.

Mandatory Xbox 360 update will not work on old units

Microsoft is set to push out an Xbox 360 software update, but not all Xbox 360s will work with it.

Analyst: Xbox 360 successor could come in 2012

The Xbox 360 will turn seven years old this year, and it's time to start seeking a successor.

Hulu Plus launches on Xbox Live

If you have an Xbox 360 and a premium Xbox Live Gold subscription, you can now watch Hulu Plus on your TV.

Microsoft eyes free-to-play Xbox Live games

The increasingly popular "freemium" business model for mobile and PC games may be coming to the Xbox 360 in a big way.

Amidst flurry of problems, Xbox modding trial dropped

Matthew Crippen is a free man. After just minutes of a court case into his Xbox modding business, the prosecution has agreed to completely drop the case.

Xbox trial goes on hold after fiery start

It's a rocky start for the 28-year-old dude on trial for charging people to mod their Xbox 360s. Just minutes into the case, the judge began tearing into the prosecution, saying its opening remarks were harmful if not illegal, and completely misled the jury away from facts that are open to interpretation.

Xbox modder goes to trial

28-year-old Anaheim, California resident Matthew Crippen found himself in hot water when prosecutors brought charges against him for charging to mod Xbox 360s. They said that by violating the official software put in place on the system, Crippen could be charged with copyright infringement violations. That case is now officially underway.

Xbox 360 wants to double as a cable box

Your Xbox 360 can already play movies, TV shows, games, music, and other online content, but now Microsoft is looking to take it a step further.

Kinect launches at midnight, should be an inflated success

Microsoft's "revolutionary" new motion controller, the Kinect camera, will be released at stores around the country as the clock strikes midnight tonight. Thanks to a huge marketing campaign, the launch will be a huge event all over, and Microsoft will get big first-day sales and great PR shots, but will this hype be sustained?

Microsoft shutters Massive in-game ad unit

As game publishers look to other forms of in-game revenue, Microsoft has closed the doors on a company it acquired to bring dynamic advertisements in video games.

Microsoft opens up preview to next Xbox 360 update

Microsoft is planning a sweeping update to its Xbox 360 online service, and for a limited time is letting users get a sneak peek at the new features it has in store.

UK gamers will get Xbox 360 Kinect November 10

Microsoft aims to make its motion-sensing peripheral a global holiday hit, announcing today that it will bring Kinect across the Atlantic Ocean less than a week after it hits store shelves in the US.

Microsoft kills live "1 vs 100" game show on Xbox 360

Just like the TV game show it was based on, 1 vs 100 on the Xbox 360 has been canceled after a couple seasons.