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Best Xbox Controller Phone Mount Clips for Project xCloud: 8bitdo, Oivo, PowerA, and more!

Mobile gaming has gained a crazy amount of popularity over the past few years. With famous titles like PUBG Mobile, COD Mobile, Fortnite, and Genshin Impact being available on smartphones, a lot more people have started to play games on their mobile phones. You no longer need the best smartphone to play mobile games as...

You can now create your own Xbox Series X|S controller designs

Five years ago, Microsoft introduced the Xbox Design Lab, where you could create your own Xbox One controller with unique colors and patterns and have it shipped to you. The store was temporarily shut down ahead of the Xbox Series X|S release, but now it has returned, with the added ability to customize the latest...

June Xbox Update: Party Chat Accessibility, Xbox App Official Posts, and More

Microsoft has just dropped the June update for Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and Xbox Series S. This month’s update includes speech to text and text to speed features for Party Chat, improved parental control for kids accounts, official posts in the Xbox app, and more. Two new accessibility features — speech-to-text transcription and text-to-speech synthesis...

Dolby Vision, Atmos could come to PS5 and Switch as they aren’t Xbox exclusive

Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos could come to the Sony PlayStation 5 and the Nintendo Switch as Microsoft has confirmed that it doesn't have an exclusivity deal with Dolby. The confirmation came shortly after Microsoft's Xbox France team erroneously shared a blog post claiming that the company had signed a two-year console exclusivity deal with...

Microsoft announces four new titles coming to Xbox Games With Gold in June

Xbox Live Gold and Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers on the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S will be getting four free games next month under the Xbox Games with Gold program. In the announcement made by Microsoft, the company said that gamers will have access to The King’s Bird, Shadows: Awakening, NeoGeo Battle Coliseum,...

Microsoft will tease you with new Xbox and Bethesda games on 13 June

Microsoft will kick off this year's E3 event with a showcase of Xbox and Bethesda games. Making the announcement in a blog post, Aaron Greenberg, General Manager, Xbox Games Marketing, has confirmed that the event will stream on June 13 at 10:00 a.m. PT and will focus on games from Xbox Game Studios, Bethesda, and...

Xbox consoles will be getting support for Dolby Vision on Apple TV and Spotify Video Podcasts

Xbox consoles aren't just amazing for gaming. With an AMD Zen 2-based CPU and Radeon-based RDNA 2 graphics, the Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S are ought to be great. But game consoles also often serve as all-purpose media consumption boxes as well, which is why you can use streaming services like Netflix,...

Dolby Vision is coming to Xbox Insiders with an Xbox Series X|S today

If you're an Xbox Insider on the Preview Alpha ring, your console is about to get Dolby Vision support. Unsurprisingly the feature is limited to the new Xbox Series X|S, as it was actually announced at launch. Indeed, Dolby has been clear that the current-gen consoles are the first to have both Dolby Atmos and...

May Xbox Update includes Quick Resume improvements, passthrough audio, and more

The team behind Xbox has announced an update for the month of May, bringing a host of new features to the Xbox Series X, Series S, and Xbox One. The changes are based on customer feedback, and include new Quick Resume improvements, passthrough audio for media apps, and more. One of the most notable features of...

Microsoft earnings Q3 FY2021: $41.7B in revenue with strong Xbox and Surface growth

Today, Microsoft released its quarterly earnings report. During the third quarter of its 2021 fiscal year, it brought in $41.7 billion in revenue, a 19% increase over last year. Operating income was $17 billion, a 31% increase, and net income was $15.5 billion GAAP and $14.8 billion non-GAAP, which is a 44% and 38% increase,...

Xbox Live Gold no longer required for free-to-play games

Some of the most popular free-to-play games for Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X, and Xbox One will no longer require an Xbox Live Gold membership to play. The feature has been in testing since March, and is now being made available for everyone. The change removes a barrier for many people who didn’t want to...

Microsoft will soon enable audio passthrough on the new Xbox

If you're an audiophile and you want to squeeze the best possible sound out of your movies and series, you probably feed your devices through an external device such as a soundbar. In the case of the Xbox Series X, however, you don't get much advantage out of doing this, since audio is still processed...