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Bury the hatchet over phones, Xbox fights.
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UK man arrested over PlayStation, Xbox attacks
Alleged Lizard Squad member taken in.
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Microsoft to accept Bitcoin payments
Wants to be at forefront of growing digital currency trend.
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US cracks suspected hacking ring with Aussie roots
Two plead guilty to theft of Xbox source code, US Army software.
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Scammers selling Microsoft Points dirt cheap.
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Microsoft gives Xbox hacker a white hat
Microsoft will help hacker use his powers for good.
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Xbox Live users get front row seats at GDC
Microsoft is offering gamers a virtual ticket to the upcoming Game Developers Conference (GDC) by releasing video downloads from the event on Xbox Live..
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Microsoft cuts Xbox HD-DVD add-on price
Microsoft has slashed the price of its HD-DVD drive accessory for the Xbox 360 console from US$179.99 to US$129.99..
Feb 8 2008 6:48AM
Microsoft honours Xbox Live promise
Microsoft is offering a free copy of action shooter Undertow to Xbox Live subscribers to compensate for network issues over the festive period.
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Xbox Live hits 10 million subscribers
Microsoft has announced that its Xbox Live service now has 10 million subscribers thanks largely to a very successful sales period at the end of last year.one marred by network problems.
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Microsoft launches Xbox 360 HD DVD Emulator
Microsoft has unveiled the Xbox 360 HD DVD Emulator, which the company claims will eliminate the need for expensive hardware or time-consuming and costly trial-and-error processes for testing HD DVD titles..
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Microsoft adds Family Timer to Xbox 360
Microsoft has added a parental control feature to the Xbox 360 allowing parents to limit the amount of time their kids can use the console..
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Xbox 360 could show BBC content
Microsoft is in talks with the BBC about using the broadcaster's TV content on its Xbox Live gaming service.
Sep 13 2007 10:42AM
65nm Xbox chips may curb heat problems
A version of the Xbox 360 that uses 65-nanometre (nm) chips is rumoured to be in production and a 45nm model could follow, according to reports from a Singapore chip maker.
Aug 3 2007 2:38PM
Xbox chief defects to Electronics Arts
Peter Moore, corporate vice president for Microsoft's Interactive Entertainment Business, which includes overseeing the Xbox and Games for Windows businesses, has resigned.
Jul 19 2007 1:15PM
Microsoft gives details on Xbox 360 flaws
Microsoft has revealed details about the problems suffered by its Xbox 360 consoles, and the reasons for its recent warranty extension.
Jul 19 2007 11:21AM
Microsoft sets date for Xbox 360 Chatpad
Microsoft has revealed the release date for its forthcoming Chatpad, a small keyboard designed to attach to the Xbox 360 controller.
Jul 18 2007 1:20PM
Microsoft takes US$1.15bn hit over failing Xbox 360s
Design flaws causing unexpectedly high return rate.
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