Xbox 360

Microsoft Partners With Verizon, Comcast for Xbox TV


Microsoft will offer streaming television through Xbox after partnering with Verizon and Comcast for programming. Over 40 television and entertainment companies will provide content including Time Warner, HBO and BBC. Some programming will be free while other content requires a paid Xbox Live account. Read the full article at BusinessWeek.com

Shelly Palmer Radio Report – October 6, 2011

[wpaudio url=”https://media.shellypalmer.com/wp-content/images/usrn/111006_SHELLYPALMER_GEN_BED.mp3″ text=”Click to play … ” dl=”0″] Steve Jobs, former CEO and Co-Founder of Apple, has passed away. He was a visionary responsible for transforming the consumer electronics industry and ushered in a new era of digital innovation. From running one of the most successful companies in history to his ability to think outside […]

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Microsoft Says Goodbye to the Zune


While Apple ushers in a new era of iPods, Microsoft says goodbye to its competitor, the Zune. Microsoft is dropping all hardware support for the Zune, but will continue to use its branding for the streaming music service being offered on Xbox and the Windows Phone operating system. While the Zune failed for all intents […]

The State of Videogame Journalism


Re-syndicated from New York Videogame Critics Circle It’s a bit of a horror story, an American horror story, and I’m not talking about the new television show about to premiere on the FX network. In the past week, what can only be described as terror has struck fear in the hearts and minds of many […]


Microsoft Launches Mango Windows Phone Update


Microsoft launched the newest release of its mobile operating system called Mango. The upgrade includes over 500 updates including Office applications, and further Skype and Xbox Live integration. If you have a Windows Phone, check Microsoft’s website to find out when your device can be upgraded. Read the full article at ComputerWorld.com