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By this time next year, a new PlayStation and a new Xbox will have launched. But which one is right for you?
Microsoft is making a huge change with its next-generation Xbox: It's rebranding the console as simply "Xbox," with specific models like Series X.
The ‘Netflix of gaming’ is coming, and video game makers are worried that their business could meet the same fate as music and movies
Game developers are worried Microsoft, Sony, and Apple are going to change the video game industry the way Netflix and Spotify changed TV and music.
Nvidia’s GeForce Now game streaming service just became available to everyone, and it’s already better than Google’s Stadia
The sheer number of games that work with GeForce Now already knocks Stadia out of the park, and there are other benefits, too.
With the next Xbox, Microsoft has a 4-part strategy to end the console wars once and for all. Here’s how it plans to do it.
With the next Xbox, Microsoft is intentionally moving away from the traditional head-to-head console wars with Sony's PlayStation.
In a surprise reveal on Thursday night, Microsoft showed off the next Xbox — the Xbox Series X — at one of the year's biggest gaming events.
Microsoft’s Xbox streaming app isn’t official yet, but it’s already way better than Google’s new video game service
Microsoft's Project xCloud is offering twice as many games as Google Stadia during a free test period, and it works on way more phones too.
Microsoft’s ‘Netflix of gaming’ brings ‘Halo’ and ‘Gears of War’ to smartphones this October, and will be fr...
Microsoft's big play to create the "Netflix of gaming" goes live this October starting with a pair of quintets: "Gears 5" and "Halo 5: Guardians."
We already know a surprising amount about the PlayStation 5 and next Xbox — here’s how the 2 consoles compare
With just a little over a year until next-gen game consoles arrive, we're comparing the details of the next PlayStation and Xbox consoles.
Tech giants like Google and Microsoft are battling to become the Netflix of gaming, but the CEO behind ‘Grand Theft Auto’ and ‘NBA 2...
Take-Two Interactive CEO Strauss Zelnick is hopeful — but cautiously tempered — about the promised future of Netflix-style video game streaming.