SquareTrade has responded to challenges and released the full details of their report on Xbox 360 failure rates.
IBM has just revealed that 32nm chips will be available to its partners late next year, including Microsoft. That means that the 360 could skip 45nm altogether!
A New York Times article has recently given the low-down on one Colorado church which is using Halo 3 as a new way to attract young worshippers to the Christian faith.
'Evolving their relationship' is just a nice way of saying that Microsoft and Bungie are getting divorced. Allegedly.
The big rumour at the moment is that Bungie, fed up with all this 'Master Chief nonsense', wants to separate from Microsoft and make some new games.
The blokes in Redmond are sitting pretty high up this morning. The Xbox 360 has finally surpassed Playstation 2 monthly sales.
Word on the grapevine is that the bi-annual 360 firmware update will bring a whole load of new features to the console, including a parental timer of some sort.
Halo 3, the final game in the trilogy (obviously) has just gone gold. The release date for one of the years most anticipated releases is now only a few weeks away.
Reports are surfacing that the new Falcon chipsets for the Xbox 360 are now being shipped but that only the CPU is changed to 65nm.
The new HDMI version of the 360 Premium has been cracked open and is revealed to be without the new Falcon chipset.
OK, someone has to put a PC inside of this. Ok, so it might cost four times the price of your average computer case, but can your PC do the Kessel run in 12 parsecs?