Xbox 360 games on my console, smartphone, tablet or TV? Yes, please! Microsoft is said to be planning a "universal gaming portal" that'll let you start and finish your Xbox 360 games (full ones) on any device of your choice by next year.
Yes, the rumors were true: you'll soon get to watch some TV on your Xbox 360. But don't go tossing out your cable box just yet; this is meant to act as a supplement, not a replacement to your current equipment and contracts.
Here's a fun perk coming to Windows Phone for you Xbox 360 gamers out there: you'll soon be able to control your console from your phone, at least the video/entertainment aspects of it.
So, you want a leg up on the competition in Call of Duty without getting better at playing the game? Datel's new TurboFire 360 Xbox 360 controller is here to help, you cheater.
If you're short, things are about to get worse — if you're into Kinect. A new patent filed by Microsoft suggests it's planning to use Kinect's body detecting powers to guess a user's age and block content when necessary, based on pre-configured parental settings.
This is pretty neat: it looks like Verizon and Comcast are working on letting you use your Xbox 360 as a cable box/DVR. With most cable boxes/DVRs existing in the technological world of the late 1990s, this is exciting news.
Many fans of the first-person shooter swear that they just can't get he same accuracy from a console controller than they can from a mouse. Those thumbsticks just aren't precise enough! Well, the Splitfish FragFX aims to solve that problem.
Everyday, modders around the world pour their hearts and souls into crafting sweet video game console mods, but sometimes keeping it all simple and clean is best.
The "premium" ride is officially over. Microsoft's ditching the gloss finish on the Xbox 360 and bringing matte back. Die fingerprints, die!
There's a lot to get excited for in id Software's Rage. One thing Xbox 360 owners won't enjoy? Rage ships on two discs and has a whopping 21-22GB game install size.