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Xbox division loses $31 million, 360 sales up 30%

Joystiq - April 24, 2009


Submitted by oznerol (1) at 6:49AM PST on April 24, 2009


Microsoft's third quarter may not have been the hotness, but the company's entertainment and devices division (that's Xbox) can have a very tiny fiesta to celebrate its sales victory. The mega-corp's revenues took a 6% beating, with net income down 32% over the prior year to $2.98 billion. The Xbox's (Zune, etc.) entertainment and devices division lost 31 million this quarter, after achieving a $106 million profit during the same time last year.
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XB 360 Gets Faster & More Quiet DVD Drive

Gizmodo - February 6, 2007


Submitted by Animate (241) at 9:16AM PST on February 6, 2007


XB 360 Gets Faster & More Quiet DVD Drive
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PS3, Xbox 360, Wii Game Attach Rate Exposed

Gamastura - November 6, 2008


Submitted by OuterHaven (570) at 12:09PM PST on November 6, 2008


Using Nintendo's new published graphs on the state of the market, Gamasutra has calculated the attach rate (also known as 'tie ratios' -- the number of games sold per console) for both first and third-party titles on Wii, PS3, and Xbox 360.
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Microsoft Preps Xbox 360 'Starter Pack' Upgrade

Yahoo - October 29, 2008


Submitted by afsplat (130) at 3:22PM PST on October 29, 2008


Microsoft is set to release the "Xbox 360 60GB Live Starter Pack" in November, a $99 kit that'll come with everything you need to become a modern gamer: a 60GB hard drive, an Xbox Live headset, a three-month Xbox Live Gold subscription, and an Ethernet cable.
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Xbox 360 Price Cuts Sept 7th Confirmed

Joystiq - August 20, 2008


Submitted by Animate (241) at 8:31PM PST on August 20, 2008


Two of the Xbox 360 SKUs will receive a $50 price drop by the week of Sept. 7, making the 60GB model $299 and the Elite $399 -- meanwhile, the Arcade will drop $80 to $199.
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'Avatars' to be Microsoft's answer to Miis...

Joystiq.com - June 15, 2008


Submitted by vGInfidel (150) at 3:19PM PST on June 15, 2008


"Avatars", mentioned in an independent survey for Microsoft, will supposedly be used in place of gamer pictures, and will give Xbox Live subscribers an animated, customizable online persona. The meager amount of information provided for the service claims it will be available "this holiday for all Xbox Live connected members", and "this Spring for all new console owners."
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Pachter: Netflix, Microsoft To Partner?

Gamasutra - May 30, 2008


Submitted by afsplat (130) at 7:46AM PST on June 2, 2008


Based on comments at a Wednesday Netflix analyst event suggesting the online video rental service’s focus on “internet-enabled video game consoles,” analyst firm Wedbush Morgan’s Michael Pachter predicts that company has either already partnered or will partner with Microsoft to expand its online streaming capabilities.
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Xbox 360 to hit 2m in UK "next week"

GamesIndustry - April 1, 2008


Submitted by sagexsdx (148) at 5:36AM PST on April 1, 2008


Speaking to GamesIndustry.biz, Dorian Bloch, director of UK sales monitor Chart-Track, said: "We are very close to clocking through 2 million 360s in the UK. It should be next week."
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MS: Only a 3 month warranty on the Xbox 360 PSU

maxconsole - March 22, 2008


Submitted by apujanata (14930) at 2:31PM PST on March 23, 2008


According to a member of Neogaf, MS will not replace their Xbox 360 power supply unit because it is only covered by a three month warranty. Microsoft support have said they will have to pay $80 for a new PSU.
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Microsoft contacts Gyration for 360 motion sensing solution

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Submitted by felipedmoreira (378) at 2:57PM PST on March 2, 2008


According to XboxFamily, Microsoft has contacted Gyration about a motion-sensitive peripheral for Xbox 360 controllers. Gyration, was previously charged with the task of creating a prototype Wii remote, so they're certainly qualified for the job. Details are a bit light and include no official word from Microsoft. Tilt-sensing has been available to the mod-savvy 360 gamer for some time now, but a first-party solution would bring the Xbox 360 in what might now be considered a hardware standard.
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