Earlier this week we reported that Microsoft's classic Age of Empires was headed to Android, and possibly a slew of other Microsoft Studio games as well. After the immediate excitement, we're now hearing conflicting reports that
It looks like Microsoft has plans to make some games available for Android users. This all stems from a report in Nikkei and unfortunately doesn't offer much in the way of specifics in terms of which titles we will be seeing.
Comparing something like the OUYA game-console at $99 vs the Xbox 360 isn't really what we'd consider fair. They are two entirely different platforms operating at very different levels. However, with the new Xbox on the horizon
Microsoft has announced the immediate availability of the Xbox SmartGlass app for the Kindle Fire. The app is available by way of the Amazon Appstore and brings compatibility for Android 4.0 or later. Basically, that is to say
Microsoft has updated the Xbox SmartGlass app for Android. And nicely done, this time the update brings full and proper support for tablets. This goes back to a previous update that was released back in 2012. That update added
It's finally here folks. Microsoft today has unleashed their brand new and polished Xbox Live app for Android. About freaking time right? This is the full featured app we've been waiting for since January. Complete with game
Gamestop is in the news today for more than a few reasons. For one they've now started allowing buyers to trade in used games, consoles, iPods and more all for Steam gift cards -- Yup Gamestop is being nice to the PC gamer again.
Android is surprisingly scalable - it works well on smartphones and tablets and is even passable as a desktop OS when loaded onto x86 hardware. But who among us hasn't longed to make their Android phone's interface 50 inches
For the million and millions of Xbox gamers that have been hoping our Android devices would get the same pleasure that Windows Phone has -- that time could possibly be on the way. While iOS has an xbox type application the entire
It seems Verizon is planning a joint venture with Redbox to offer movie streaming and TV shows through Android, Google TV, Xbox, and iOS. It’s assumed the service will be much like that of Netflix, but with a slight twist on