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Microsoft Details Xbox One March System Update, Rolling Out Today

Published on March 5, 2014 by in Xbox One

Microsoft is launching a brand new Xbox One system update today that looks to improve a number of features with some of the biggest tweaks coming to the console’s Friends and Party functions. The update also prepares the platform for Respawn Entertainment’s upcoming shooter, Titanfall. “I’m excited to share that our second, and most significant, system

 
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New Xbox One March Update and Twitch App Details Surface, Optical Audio Support Incoming

Published on March 1, 2014 by in Xbox One

More details have surfaced on the upcoming Xbox One system updates. Gathered via the currently ongoing Xbox One March update beta, NeoGAF user “The Flash” has posted details (via DualShockers) on the upcoming system updates set to officially launch on March 4 and March 11. The list goes into the nitty-gritty, including details on improvements made to the Party and Friends

 
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Xbox One February update is now starting to roll out

The Xbox One update, which was delayed from February 11 to later this week, is starting to roll out now. The update will contain the ability to see and manage your storage space as well as control your install lineup and manage your download queue. My Games and My Apps are now in separate lists, and you can pick

 
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Incoming System Updates Prepare Xbox One For Titanfall, Upgrades Console Features

Over the coming weeks, Microsoft aims to improve the Xbox One’s services and features via a number of system updates, one of which prepares the console for EA and Respawn Entertainment’s upcoming Xbox and PC-exclusive shooter, Titanfall. On February 11, users signing in to their Xbox One will be prompted to download the first of two

 
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First Xbox One Update To Be Available In March, White Xbox One Rumored To Come Before 2015

  Interesting rumors are flying about regarding what Microsoft has planned for this year and the year to follow. There may be some truth to one in particular, according to The Verge, who reports that Xbox One owners can expect the long awaited update for their console this coming March. It is said to improve Xbox

 
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Taking control of your Xbox One – privacy, storage and power usage

The Xbox One is set to automate a number of features for fuss-free enjoyment, including automatic Game DVR and SmartGlass sign-in, but if you’d rather have more say over its activities, there a number of settings you can fiddle with. Here are seven tips to bear in mind. 1. How to manage your Xbox One

 
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Xbox One Kinect tips – how to fix the voice and gesture controls

Xbox One’s Kinect is a powerful piece of kit, but you might find it a touch cloth-eared and dim-sighted during the early stages of your relationship. Struggling to make yourself seen and/or heard? We have a few words of wisdom to pass on. 1. Calibrate it You’ll do this when you first activate your Xbox

 
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XBOX ONE SECRETS – 10 TIPS, FIXES AND FEATURES TO TRY

By now, you should be the complete and total master of every feature Xbox One has to offer. You’re not? Don’t just stand there looking all woebegone and clueless – peruse our tips about the console’s less obvious functions. 1. Fix a juddering TV If you’re running your TV through your Xbox One using a

 
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Microsoft Confirms 23 Xbox One Launch Titles and Full List of Announced Games

Published on August 21, 2013 by in Xbox One

After a successful behind-closed-doors press conference where they made announcements like the ability to bring dedicated servers to Call of Duty: Ghosts on the Xbox One, Microsoft concludes the day with a round up of all game titles that will be available at launch when the Xbox One drops this November.

 
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Xbox One’s Kinect Capable Of Reading Redemption Codes

Published on July 3, 2013 by in Xbox One

As IGN reports, the Kinect 2.0 will be able to scan and recognize QR codes according to the latest tweet from Microsoft’s corporate vice president, Marc Whitten, which reads “To my reddit friends — yup — this works!” referencing a Reddit thread about the topic. Ideally, you will no longer need to manually input all those bonus, limited edition, or pre-order item

 
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