Xbox division boss says that screenshot capabilities are coming to the Xbox One in early 2015.
The Xbox One is back down to its $349 holiday price tag following strong sales leads over Sony’s PlayStation 4.
Microsoft has announced the Lumia 435 and 532, sub-$100 Lumia smartphones that showcase Windows Phone’s focus toward attracting the low-end market.
Market research firm BCN Inc. announces the BCN Awards 2015, in which Sony, NEC and Microsoft wins the most important categories in consumer tech.
Sony has indefinitely suspended plans to begin selling the PlayStation 4 in China in a blow to company’s struggling business.
A $29 Internet device with month-long standby time? Microsoft may yet be the king of entry-level mobile phones with the web- and Messenger-capable Nokia 215.
Here is the daily roundup from Japanese consumer tech and tech business websites for December 17, 2014.
Microsoft will announce a new strategy in 2015.
Microsoft’s affordable flagship Lumia 830 is a toned-down version of the 930, sold at a fraction of the price.
In an interview Huawei’s head of PR says developing for Windows Phone is not a profitable endeavor.
Here is the daily roundup from Japanese consumer tech and tech business websites for November 17, 2014.
Here is the daily roundup from Japanese consumer tech and tech business websites for November 13, 2014.
AMD and Microsoft have shrunk the Xbox One’s main processor in an effort to maximize efficiency and costs.
The Nokia Lumia 930 is the first smartphone to ship with Windows 8.1 pre-installed and is also the last Lumia in Nokia’s branded line.
7,000 behind the scenes code changes and new notifications function means the OS is getting closer to being ready for prime time.
Reliable sources point to a Microsoft smartwatch launch within weeks.
Skipping Windows 9 signifies the importance of the gap between Windows 8 and 10 to the Indian press.
All-in-one entertainment squares off against high-performance gaming.
All-in-one or one system for everything?
With today’s launch of the Xbox One in China, Microsoft gets a head start over Sony and Nintendo by becoming the first console to enter the market since the country lifted its ban on consoles.