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Xbox One X 4K HDR Official Demo app released by Microsoft

Xbox One X 4K HDR Official Demo app released by Microsoft

The app is called Insects, and its intention is to show what the Xbox One X is really capable of at its best. What we're dealing with here is an app originally intended only for Microsoft's use in showing developers the ins and outs of the Xbox One. Microsoft decided to tweak the app in order to release it publicly for Xbox One X owners to experience the full HDR10 and 4K Ultra HD power of the console just in case they didn't already have a game that did so.

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This Xbox One X More Power bundle is VIP only

This Xbox One X More Power bundle is VIP only

The most elite bundle for the Xbox One X is so incredibly elite, it's not available to the public. It's a collection of items that constitute the best of the best - or certainly seem to look that way. Inside this package is the Xbox One X, 2x Xbox One Wireless Elite Controllers, custom Xbox socks, a unique edition of some V-Moda headphones, an Xbox carrying case (basically a suitcase), a few Xbox One games, and a pair of Under Armour Curry 4 Xbox-edition shoes.

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Xbox One X setup guide : 10 simple steps

Xbox One X setup guide : 10 simple steps

Today we're running down a list of steps a new Xbox One X user should take to create an ideal experience for themselves right out the package. Some of these steps might seem obvious, some you might never have considered. All of these steps come from gamers who already have the console and have reported in with their best advice.

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Xbox One X Release Games : The best 5 to start!

Xbox One X Release Games : The best 5 to start!

The Xbox One X has a vast collection of games available to it at launch - today we're running down some of the best. What follows is an account of the best looking and most fulfilling games on the market either immediately or very, very soon for Xbox One X. While a couple of these games are only newly re-released for Xbox One X, they all look better than they ever have before, here on Xbox One X.

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Xbox One X Review [UPDATE]

Xbox One X Review [UPDATE]

Microsoft is winning the media war with Sony here in late 2017. Just as the holiday season rolls up here in 2017, it almost feels as though Microsoft's Xbox is the only competitor in their class. The PlayStation 4 Pro is already on the market, but it's already old hat, having been released all the way back in November of 2016. As should be apparent, we're no longer dealing with the gaming market as it existed in 2001.

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NFL-themed Xbox One controllers have arrived

NFL-themed Xbox One controllers have arrived

As we find ourselves pretty much smack in the middle of the NFL season, Microsoft has announced a new way for fans to show some team spirit. Beginning today, you can order a special Xbox One controller with your favorite team's logo emblazoned on it. The controller is available through Xbox Design Lab, but if you want one, you should be prepared to shell out.

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Xbox One X doesn’t forget about 1440p gamers

Xbox One X doesn’t forget about 1440p gamers

With the Xbox One X on the horizon, a lot of the focus has understandably been on 4K. After all, Microsoft promises that this is the most powerful console ever made, capable of realizing the dream of 4K on consoles. What about those who don't typically play at 4K but still prefer resolutions higher than 1080p? It turns out the Xbox One X won't leave them out in the cold.

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Destiny 2 DLC Curse of Osiris trailer out with release date details

Destiny 2 DLC Curse of Osiris trailer out with release date details

Sony promised some big announcements for its Paris Game Show presentation today, and it delivered. One of the biggest announcements it made today actually involves a non-Sony game: Destiny 2. We received the first official trailer for Destiny 2's incoming DLC, Curse of Osiris, along with a release date for the new adventure.

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Android TV YouTube TV app released with Xbox One in close pursuit

Android TV YouTube TV app released with Xbox One in close pursuit

Users of Android TV devices as well as those using Xbox One will soon be able to access YouTube TV. This app allows users access to live television, bringing Google into the wide world of broadcasting. You remember - that sort of video streaming that was interrupted by commercials every 10 minutes or so, and in most cases even more often than that?

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Xbox One X Teardown and Unboxing

Xbox One X Teardown and Unboxing

Now that we've got our very own Xbox One X, we're unboxing it, piece by piece. But we're not stopping there. We're going deeper, under the outer encasement into the guts of this machine. This unboxing and teardown of the Xbox One X precedes our full review which will quite possibly have appeared by the time this article is read by you in the future - look up SlashGear Xbox One X Review to be sure!

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Stranger Things Season 2 Minecraft crossover LIVE

Stranger Things Season 2 Minecraft crossover LIVE

This morning you can watch the entirety of the Stranger Things Season 2 trailer in Minecraft form. In addition, the whole Stranger Things crew is available as a skin pack in Minecraft. And it's entirely terrifying and fun and super spooky. Sadly there is not yet a Minecraft-based Stranger Things World - but we can cross our fingers and hope! Imagine the Nether turned into the Upside-Down - what a wasted opportunity!

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Kinect is dead

Kinect is dead

Microsoft's Kinect is officially out of production - neither Kinect for Xbox nor Kinect for PC shall be made henceforth. For those consumers that've been waiting to pick up a Kinect - now's the time. Once stock is gone, it's gone forever. The creators and those influenced by the original release of the Kinect, however, roll forward with projects far out-performing their predecessors.

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