After discontinuing both the Kinect and its adapter, Microsoft reveals why it decided to kill off its once-popular motion control peripheral for Xbox One.
With the demise of Microsoft's motion control Kinect peripheral, we name the seven Xbox games that most people forgot used Kinect for extra gameplay features.
In the aftermath of Kinect's demise, we detail the history of Microsoft's motion control peripheral for Xbox 360 and Xbox One and explain what led to its downfall.
Microsoft officially kills off Kinect, confirming that it has ended production on the motion-controlled camera hardware seven years after it launched.
Microsoft executive Albert Penello reveals why the company hasn't discussed its Xbox One VR gaming plans this year, saying that VR headsets are viable.
After officially confirming the existence of the Xbox One S, Microsoft reveals that the new model of the console requires an adapter to use the Kinect device.
Microsoft promises that its augmented reality headset, HoloLens, won't repeat the same developmental mistakes of the Xbox's motion-sensor device, Kinect.
The New Xbox One Experience adds backward compatibility and new social features to the Xbox One, but the update will also drop Kinect gestures on the dashboard.
Mike Nichols, chief marketing officer for Xbox, states that the majority of Xbox One Kinect owners still utilize the device on a regular basis, but not for gaming.
Gaming has seen its fair share of gimmicks, some of which have changed the face of gaming as we know it, while others... not so much. Here are some of the biggest gaming gimmick failures.
In a recent interview, Xbox boss Phil Spencer revealed that Microsoft is not abandoning the Kinect, but the company will let developers decide its future.
A game based on Viktor Kalvachev's graphic novel 'Blue Estate' is slated to come to Xbox One, but the reviews from the PlayStation 4 edition leave little room for optimism.
Microsoft showcases its new Augmented Reality Prototype, 'RoomAlive,' building on the 2013 announcement of IllumiRoom.
Gamers can pick up a standalone Kinect unit for $149 this October, but it might still be worth buying the Xbox One bundle.
Practical no-shows from the PS Vita and Kinect at both E3 and Gamescom this year lead us to wonder whether either device has a future in gaming.
A recent rating by the ESRB suggests Microsoft and Halfbrick are readying 'Fruit Ninja Kinect 2' for release on the Xbox One.
Following its less-than-stellar success on the Xbox One, Kinect 2 will be making its way to PC users on July 15th for $199.
Microsoft may have dropped the Kinect from Xbox One bundles, but Xbox head Phil Spencer thinks support for the device will only get stronger.
Microsoft reiterates its support of beloved development studio Rare, despite layoffs and the recent un-bundling of Kinect from the Xbox One.