Xbox Live users report issues accessing Microsoft’s online services while the platform holder tries to fix the problem. Also, Snoop Dogg is threatening to leave for PlayStation.
A new hacker group threatens to take down both Xbox Live and PlayStation Network for up to a week starting on Christmas Day after temporarily taking down service on Xbox Live.
Xbox head Phil Spencer confirms over Twitter that the company is working on a solution to make Xbox 360 games available for purchase on the Xbox One Marketplace.
Addressing this past week’s Xbox Live outage, Xbox boss Phil Spencer says that service disruptions ultimately hurt the trust users have for the company.
Microsoft Support confirms that Xbox Live is experience massive issues for those attempting to log in on the Xbox One, but will notify gamers when services resume.
Microsoft reveals September’s free Games with Gold titles for the Xbox One and Xbox 360, which includes Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition, and Crysis 3.
Microsoft confirms that their Gamescom Press Conference can be streamed from Xbox Live or the official Xbox website. The conference takes place on August 4.
Major Nelson of Microsoft announces the Games with Gold games for May 2015, which will include one new free Xbox One game and two new free Xbox 360 games.
Xbox One’s May software update won’t hit for a few weeks, but the beta is now live for preview members and includes improvements to voice messaging and TV channel scanning.
March 2015 is coming to a end, meaning it’s time for Microsoft to reveal the six free games coming as part of Games With Gold, including ‘Gears of War: Judgement,’ ‘Terraria’ and ‘Child of Light.’
Current Xbox Boss Phil Spencer discusses the DDoS attacks that hit Xbox Live last year, as well as the ongoing status of ‘Halo: The Master Chief Collection.’
With February coming to a close, Microsoft reveals March’s free Games with Gold, which include ‘Tomb Raider,’ ‘Rayman Legends’ and ‘BioShock Infinite.’
Alleged Lizard Squad member Vinnie Omari was arrested this week by UK police in connection with cyber fraud and hacking, but there’s no mention of PlayStation Network or Xbox Live involvement.
Boyd Multerer, one of the mind behind Xbox Live, Xbox 360 and Xbox One is moving from Microsoft onto more… mysterious things.
After both their online services were down for several days, do Microsoft and Sony owe subscribers more than apologies?
Megaupload and MEGA founder Kim Dotcom bargains for Xbox Live and PSN to come back online, but his efforts may have been futile.
Both the PlayStation Network and Xbox Live are having issues on Christmas Day as a result of numerous hacker attacks.