Logitech G Adaptive Gaming Kit Launched For Xbox Adaptive Controller
Xbox Adaptive Controller was definitely a big deal for products that come under the accessibility category. However, it wasn’t a complete experience – nor it was meant to be.As a gamer, it is overwhelming to have lots of game-centric accessories to choose from and expand the functionality of the current equipment.However, for the accessibility products, this was not the case. You would have to end up using the Xbox Adaptive […]

Next-Gen Xbox’s Price Will Be More Competitive
When Microsoft first announced the Xbox One, many were taken aback when the company revealed that the console would cost more than its rival, the PS4. However, Microsoft had attempted to justify it by bundling the Kinect accessory with it, but ultimately, the company reduced the price.

Microsoft Unveils A Super Limited Edition Xbox Controller
If you’re shopping for a new Xbox controller and you don’t mind collecting limited edition gadgets, then you might be interested to learn that Microsoft has taken the wraps off the  Xbox Wireless Controller DPM X019 Exclusive. This will be a super limited edition Xbox controller where according to Microsoft, only 1,000 units will be made.

Microsoft Confirms Xbox One Controllers Will Work With Next-Gen Xbox
So we know that Microsoft is working on their next-gen Xbox console currently known as Project Scarlett. Typically with every new console release, what happens is that there will also be brand new accessories and controllers. In most cases, older accessories usually are no longer supported.

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You Can Now Buy The Xbox Wireless Controller From Apple’s Online Store
With the update to iOS 13, iPhone and iPad users can now finally directly connect gaming controllers from the PS4 and the Xbox One to their devices. However, unlike the PS4’s DualShock 4 controller, the Xbox One controller isn’t as straightforward to connect and only certain models will work.

Sony’s PS5, Microsoft’s Xbox Consoles Will Be More Environmentally Friendly
A lot of the things we use in our homes these days are powered by electricity, and when you add that all up, it basically means that a ton of energy gets used. Multiply that by the entire country and we’re looking at an insane amount of energy that is being used and demanded on a daily basis.

Third-Party Contractors Have Been Listening To Your Xbox Recordings
Voice-activated digital assistants sound like the convenience of the future that many of us have grown up seeing in movies, but is it really? Or rather, would you be willing to sacrifice some of your privacy in favor of convenience? Unfortunately, sometimes that choice seems to be made on behalf of the user.

Next-Gen Xbox Will Focus On Frame Rate And Loading TImes
At E3 2019 earlier this year, Microsoft confirmed that they are indeed working on a next-gen Xbox console. Not much is known about the console apart from the fact that Microsoft is working on it, but we have heard that it is expected to be powered using a custom AMD processor, use GDDR6 RAM, and a next-gen SSD.

Future Xbox Games Could Arrive For Non-Microsoft Platforms
The way the console market has worked is that companies such as Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo create games that are typically exclusive to their own platforms. This is an attempt to differentiate themselves from each other, and to also lure gamers from one platform to their own platform.

Microsoft Is Testing A New And Cleaner Xbox One Home Screen
User interfaces are extremely important as it helps contribute to a better overall experience. An app could be extremely useful and functional, but if it has a cluttered interface, it makes users want to use it less. For those who feel that the Xbox One home screen could do with some tidying up, you’re in luck.

Microsoft Embraces The $1 Xbox Game Pass Ultimate ‘Lifehack’
Usually when companies discover pricing errors, they will be quick to correct it. However, in Microsoft’s case, it seems that the company is embracing it and are actually encouraging its customers to take advantage of it, albeit for a limited time.

Microsoft Appears To Be Prototyping Xbox Controllers For Mobile Devices
Game streaming appears to be set to become a new method of gaming in the future, where we will be able to stream all kinds of games to our devices, thus eliminating compatibility issues and also hardware restrictions. Microsoft has such a service in the works known as Project xCloud, and it seems that the company is working on controllers that would be compatible with it.

Microsoft To Launch Just One Next-Generation Xbox Console
Prior to Microsoft’s reveal of Project Scarlett, its next-generation Xbox console, at E3 2019 it was rumored that the company was working on two separate consoles. The company was apparently working on a more affordable version of the console under the codename Lockhart. It’s now being reported that Microsoft is only focusing on the high-end Xbox console codenamed Anaconda now as part of Project Scarlett.

Xbox Players Can Now Pick Any Gamertag
Microsoft is finally opening up the gamertag system on the Xbox to enable players to pick whatever name that they want. The system being used is similar to what gamers may have already experienced on Steam or Discord. What that means is that the Xbox Live gamertags will have a # number after them if they have already been taken by someone.