Steve Tilley - June 5th, 2013
Now how are we supposed to find out what makes Xbox One levitate?
I haven’t been retweeted this much since that whole Justin Bieber thing.
Earlier today I mentioned in passing on Twitter that Microsoft had cancelled the Q&A roundtable that was going to follow their Xbox One-focused E3 press conference on Monday morning. It was a disappointing turn of events, but since actually having a roundtable after an E3 press conference is fairly unusual, I saw it more as an easy come, easy go type of thing.
The Internet at large, however, had other opinions.
Steve Tilley - May 23rd, 2013
One Xbox. Many questions.
Earlier this week, Microsoft finally took the wraps off Xbox One, the company’s next-generation successor to the eight-year-old Xbox 360 game console. Now that the initial fanfare is over – at least until the E3 Expo gets under way in a little over two weeks – I’ve had a day or two to mull over what I heard, saw and touched this week. Here are my early impressions of Xbox One.
Adam Swimmer - May 20th, 2013
After a fake teaser made the rounds last week for the PlayStation 4, Sony has finally released a real teaser for its next-generation console. Read more…
Adam Swimmer - April 23rd, 2013
Pizza Hut app on Xbox Live. (SCREENSHOT)
Now you can get pizza delivered to your house with an app on your Xbox 360. That is, if you are, for some reason, reading this in U.S. As the app is not available in Canada.
Steve Tilley - April 23rd, 2013
QMI Agency’s Steve Tilley hosted a live chat on the latest in video game news on April 23. Read the recap here.
Adam Swimmer - January 23rd, 2013
A prankster claims to have pulled off a hoax against media in a Tumblr post.
Brian Baker - December 14th, 2012
Everyone has played it — they’ve clicked on the solitaire.exe icon when they were bored and wanted to kill time during the Windows 3.0 era.
Angry Birds artist Evan Roth has released a limited edition deck of cards as a homage to the world’s greatest time-stealer.
Bicycle Cards even printed the novelty deck for the National Design Museum’s store Cooper-Hewitt in New York City. Unfortunately Cooper-Hewitt sold out of the 500 decks pretty fast.
But have no fears. I’m sure the hipster crowd who shop at Urban Outfitters will see this icon pop up eventually.
Matthew Dykstra - November 29th, 2011
At Christmas time, it can be hard for tech-impaired parents to pick a great PC for their game crazy kids, especially if the kid is actually a 21-year-old with a Battlefield 3 or Skyrim addiction like me.
So I was really interested when I got a peek at Microsoft’s Premium Collection of PC’s this week. The software giant put together a list of super-powered computers for this Christmas, each with a different user in mind, including gamers.
While you can check out the full Premium Collection at Best Buy, I asked Marc Aube, Product Marketing Director at Microsoft, why they chose the Asus G74Sx as the best gaming PC under the Christmas tree this year.