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Microsoft Xbox 360 and ESPN Team-Up, Exclusively

Microsoft Xbox 360 and ESPN Team-Up, Exclusively

As the Xbox LIVE network increases in customer support, Microsoft's constant battle is to figure out new ways to make things interesting, worthwhile, and probably most important: withstanding. As they draw in new customers, they need to keep the features coming, making sure that they all want to stick around. On Monday, at the first day of official press coverage of E3 2010, Microsoft displayed a lot of different things. One of the most noteworthy? ESPN and Microsoft have made an exclusive agreement to bring all the goodness of ESPN3 to Xbox LIVE subscribers.

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Sony PlayStation 3 Father’s Day Bundle Includes HDMI Cable After Long Last

Sony PlayStation 3 Father’s Day Bundle Includes HDMI Cable After Long Last

If you're a lucky owner of a PlayStation 3, then you know what it feels like to open up a box that contains a console that's fully capable of HD-output, but it's missing one very key element: the cables. Sure, it's frustrating, but it just means you get to spend more money, and that's never a bad thing, right? Sure, we imagine that including the cables right from the out-set might have been the better thing to do, so hopefully you'll take it when you can get it. Start counting down the days to Father's Day, then.

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Streaming ESPN to your Xbox 360?

Streaming ESPN to your Xbox 360?

The New York Times reports that Microsoft has held closed-door, in-depth talks with the Walt Disney Company about a certain programming deal with ESPN, with subject matter being ESPN streaming via the Xbox 360 (which the Microsoft execs are convinced is a “media portal for parents and grandparents” as well as a gaming machine for teenagers”).

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Microsoft Xbox 360’s Red Ring of Death Looks To Be On the Decline Thankfully

Microsoft Xbox 360’s Red Ring of Death Looks To Be On the Decline Thankfully

A few weeks back, we told you that Microsoft's Xbox 360 was seeing some really bad numbers, regarding return rates and that enfuriating Red Ring of Dead (RRoD) problem. Fear not though, as it looks like we're starting to see some definite improvement on that latter part, at least according to the largest independent warranty provider in America. We don't know about you, but we're always excited when technology stops breaking, especially when it's something like the Xbox 360.

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