Microsoft’s revamped Xbox One occupies a curious space in the current gaming generation.
Kinect for Windows V1 will be phased out to make more room for V2.
Chair Entertainment's mobile touch-control fighting game is coming to Xbox One in China.
Microsoft have announced that their motion sensor gaming peripheral device is being sold on it's own this autumn.
Today's Microsoft latest features news about Kinect 2.0, Nokia Lumia and the widely rumoured Surface mini.
Starting in June, the Xbox One console will be available on its own with a smaller $399/£350 price tag.
Motion control systems all need a killer app to prove their worth, so it's unsurprising that Microsoft are looking to Sports Rivals to step up for Xbox One.
But there’s ‘no news yet’ for localised Kinect voice commands in new regions.
Microsoft may have led the charge in gesture and voice recognition in the home with Kinect, but the competition is coming fast.