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Images that are reportedly from a new, slimmed down Xbox 360 have been leaked.
Microsoft's Aaron Greenberg has commented that the worst of the Xbox 360 hardware failures are behind us now.
Microsoft has terminated games tester Robert Delaware for publicly speaking about Xbox 360 failure rates to the press.
SquareTrade has responded to challenges and released the full details of their report on Xbox 360 failure rates.
After surviving some rather severe stress tests, it seems that the PlayStation 3 is almost immune to normal over-heating issues. Well done, Sony!
Microsoft has now officially confirmed that it will be gradually adding HDMI support into all versions of the Xbox 360 in the next few months.
Japanese thermal design experts take apart an old Xbox 360 and one which has been repaired this year to check just what's going on inside Microsoft's beige box.
A second lawsuit is filed against Microsoft, alleging that the Xbox 360 damages game disks and renders them unusable.
The Xbox division of Microsoft has announced that it lost $1.9 billion this year alone, thanks mainly to extended warranties.
Robbie Bach dumps $6.2 million in Xbox 360 shares onto the market at the same time as Peter Moore announces an enhanced warranty.
A class action lawsuit has been bought against Microsoft relating to the problem of scratched discs in the Xbox 360. Allegedly.
A specialist repair shop has refused to continue taking Xbox 360s in to service due to rate of failure.
Anonymous sources suggest a massive 30 percent failure rate on Xbox 360s.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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