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New Xbox Experience finally released for Xbox 360

New Xbox Experience finally released for Xbox 360

The New Xbox Experience has been officially released to all Xbox 360 owners, although it may take some time before your own console can access the update.  According to Major Nelson it may take anything up to a few hours before Xbox 360 consoles are offered the new software, as the switch on process is seemingly staggered rather than simultaneous. 

 

Microsoft New Xbox Experience: SlashGear Hands-On Preview

Microsoft New Xbox Experience: SlashGear Hands-On Preview

SlashGear reader Tony Reilly offered to preview the upcoming New Xbox Experience update for us, Microsoft's update to the Xbox 360 GUI which will launch on November 19th.

The New Xbox Experience (NXE), unleashed on the public on November 19th, is the mother of all dashboard updates. Those of you out there that might have been a little upset with Microsoft for not updating their beloved Xbox 360 this Spring will be more than happy at the results the Xbox team have produced for the Fall Update.

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Microsoft’s New Xbox Experience summed up

Microsoft’s New Xbox Experience summed up

Microsoft recently announced that the Xbox 360 Dashboard will be getting a makeover, with one of the new additions being the Avatars. If you're wondering what other changes you can look forward to, then hit the jump for a brief overview.

Xbox One’s new Cortana feature will require a Kinect

Xbox One’s new Cortana feature will require a Kinect

Microsoft seems to be developing a habit of announcing big features related to Windows 10 but neglecting to mention the critical fine print that would impact if you're even eligible to get the feature. That has happened, and is still happening, with details about upgrades to Windows 10 and now it's also happening here with Windows 10 for the Xbox One. In particular, one of the nicer features to descend on the console. In order to use that smart assistant, you'll need to have an Xbox One Kinect.

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New Xbox One dashboard puts Cortana on call

New Xbox One dashboard puts Cortana on call

All your base is belong to Cortana! Whether it be your smartphone, your tablet, or your PC, Microsoft's personal assistant is there to serve your every voiced need. And now, she's on the Xbox One too! Microsoft has just demoed the latest dashboard experience and it showed off the new and improved interface. While things are arguably better for hunting down friends and remembering what game you last played, one of the most interesting new features is probably one that you hardly expected: Cortana.

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Logitech debuts new Driving Force steering wheels for PS4, Xbox One

Logitech debuts new Driving Force steering wheels for PS4, Xbox One

Logitech has just taken the wraps off the latest Driving Force models, its popular line of steering wheel controllers for racing games. First up is the G29, successor the G27 model for the PS3. The G29 is the company's first force feedback racing wheel for the PlayStation 4, but remains compatible with the PS3 and PC as well. The other new addition is the G920 for the Xbox One, another console receiving its first Driving Force wheel from Logitech.

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New Need for Speed game will require constant online connection

New Need for Speed game will require constant online connection

Now that it has been revealed that a new entry in the Need for Speed game series is coming this year and will act as a "reboot" of the franchise, players have been wondering what they can expect this time around. Publisher EA has recently taken to answering some questions on Twitter, and yesterday stated in one reply that the game will require and internet connection at all time to be played. This sort of thing may sound familiar, as it was a controversial part of Microsoft's initial announcement of the Xbox One console.

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Xbox on Windows 10 preview brings avatars and friends

Xbox on Windows 10 preview brings avatars and friends

With all the fuss about Windows 10 on PCs and smartphones, some might have forgotten one other promise that the latest Windows version has made: an Xbox One experience on Windows 10. While the day when we can start playing Xbox games on our Windows PCs is still "coming soon", gamers can at least for now enjoy some of the social aspects of the Xbox experience when Windows 10 comes around in a few months, thanks to this May preview of the Xbox app for Windows 10.

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