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Microsoft confirm that "the console will still function if Kinect isn't plugged in"

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Microsoft will charge gamers to use Xbox One's Skype, DVR functions

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Microsoft to boost Xbox One specs ahead of launch to compete with PS4

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Microsoft redesigns Xbox Live to segregate ‘antisocial’ players

New reputation system will pair like with like - creating a heaven and a hell for gamers

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Mattrick will become new CEO as founder Mark Pincus steps down

The 'B' button on the Xbox One controller is show during a press event unveiling Microsoft's new Xbox in Redmond, Washington

Microsoft drops controversial Xbox One DRM pre-owned game and connection policies after outcry from gamers

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