What’s On: Young Justice Comes to Netflix... April 19, 2014 | Trav Pope
Update for Xbox Music app (Windows Phone) coming next week. Here’s some de... April 17, 2014 | Marques Lyons
Stream Nas’ Illmatic Album For Free in Xbox Music... April 16, 2014 | Trav Pope
Xbox Music, Video and Podcasts Improvements Arrive with Windows Phone 8.1... April 14, 2014 | Trav Pope
Xbox One Preview Program Users Get Blu-ray Fixes & Update Changes... April 8, 2014 | Trav Pope
Fixes & New Features Coming to YouTube on Xbox One... April 7, 2014 | Trav Pope
What if we told you that the greatest animated super hero television show to ever take its inspiration from the characters and worlds of DC Comics was now available for users to watch if they have a Netflix subscription? Young Justice is available on the world’s largest internet-based streaming video service. Now grab your pretend cape and meet us in the living room.
If you’re out on spring break this week than you’re already starting to feel it. Dubbed the Spring Break Blues, the phenomenon starts to hit grade school and college students at the tail end of each Spring Break vacation, especially victims of the “Staycation.” Never fear bored Xbox Live users, Microsoft is throwing you a life raft loaded with discounted entire seasons of your favorite shows like Heroes and Duck Dynasty.
A new post by the Xbox Music team outlines some details around an update to the Xbox Music app for Windows Phone. Many in the community have found the current iteration of the app to be lackluster, at best. Seems
Typically, music lovers enjoy celebrating the anniversary of their favorite albums in unique ways. There are even a few folks here at the office who’ve crated a calendar to relive all of their favorite albums on their release date. Microsoft isn’t exactly suggesting users go that far in celebrating the 20th anniversary of Nash’ iconic Illmatic album, however it is letting users listen to the album for free in celebration.
Microsoft is giving users cheap add-on content and entire Batman games as part of the Xbox Live Deal of the Week for April 15th. Excuse us, we mean Deals With Gold for April 15th. We’ll explain in a bit.
Windows Phone 8.1, the long awaited update that contains a plethora of new experiences for Windows Phone 8 users who enjoy music, video and podcasts, is now available for any Windows Phone user to download — with a catch.
Xbox One owners who’ve joined the console’s Update Preview program just keep getting all sorts of new features to play with. Take today for example. Those users can expect an updated Blu-ray experience, a new controller update for dealing with the console’s headset audio issues, and a small system change that could have a huge impact on the update experience.
Are you a big fan of Game Of Thrones? We aren’t, but clearly we’re in the minority. So many people tried to watch the show on HBO Go this past weekend that it crashed the delivery system, their loss is all of our gain though. Until April 4th Xbox One and Xbox 360 users can watch the show’s première episode absolutely free of charge.
Video uploading and multitasking is coming to the YouTube on Xbox One app tomorrow.
What do you say about an egotistical and eccentric billionaire who spends his money on increasingly flashy technology filled suits and fast cars? This Saturday night you don’t say anything. Instead you rent Iron Man 3 and watch as Tony Stark slowly borrows from the Howard Hugh rule book.
Microsoft confirmed that it does have plans to allow developers to create one application and generate versions for Windows 8, Windows Phone 8 and the Xbox One.
Microsoft is marking down the biggest game in wrestling in the Xbox Live Deal of the Week for April 1st. Yep, we’re talking discounted pile drivers and body slams in WWE 2K14.
Browsing for television shows and scheduling a show to record is about to get a lot easier for Xbox One owners in Europe, United States and Canada.