Microsoft released an update for its built in Modern Xbox Video app in Windows 8.1 and it now supports the MKV video file format. Here’s a look.
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Microsoft is offering the Work & Play Bundle for $199 which includes Office 365 Home, Xbox Live Gold, Xbox Music Pass, and Skype Unlimited World.
Microsoft is streaming its Xbox presentation at the E3 today. You can watch it online on Xbox.com, on your console via Xbox Live, or on Spike TV.
Before selling or regifting your Xbox 360, you’ll want to make sure that your game saves, installed apps, avatar, and other items are removed first.
Xbox Music with Music Pass provides an awesome way to sync music across various devices. But you might want to add your own local collection. Here’s how.
Microsoft announced that a new Xbox Video app for Windows Phone 8 (WP8) is available. It also released an Xbox Music preview app for Music Pass subscribers.
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Deleting a playlist in Xbox Music isn’t as easy as right-clicking on it and selecting Delete. Here’s how to do it on all platforms Xbox Music is available.
Bing is more than a search engine and is deeply integrated into Windows 8.1. Here’s a cool way to create music playlists with Bing search and XBox Music.
If you’re an Xbox 360 user but don’t have an Xbox Live Gold subscription, this weekend Microsoft is giving you a chance to check out what you’re missing for free.
Xbox Music apps for iOS and Android were made available on Monday and with a Music Pass subscription, allows you to sync your music between more devices.
Microsoft announced it’s giving away two free copies of downloadable classic games each month for Xbox Live Gold subscribers. Assassin’s Creed II can be downloaded today.
Microsoft made its Xbox Music service available on the web yesterday at music.xbox.com. While not as feature rich as the native Windows app, it provides more ways to manage your music.
What was earlier a rumor, has now been confirmed. Don Mattrick, the public face of the Xbox brand at Microsoft’s press conferences, is leaving the company to become CEO of social game maker Zynga.