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  • Microsoft Already Halting Kinect for Windows Production

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    Microsoft Already Halting Kinect for Windows Production

    Microsoft has decided to halt production on their Kinect devices for Windows. Instead, they are opting to release a $50 adapter that will allow you to make use of an Xbox One Kinect on your Windows PCs and tablets.


    In a new entry on the Kinect for Windows blog, Microsoft's Michael Fry notes that they would rather have the company focus on a single sensor design. This new move means that if you want to use a Kinect on your PC, you will have to pay $50 for a new adapter and $150 for the Kinect itself. Microsoft also notes that since the K...
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  • Microsoft Already Halting Kinect for Windows Production

    Microsoft has decided to halt production on their Kinect devices for Windows. Instead, they are opting to release a $50 adapter that will allow you to...
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  • Microsoft Releases Kinect SDK 2.0 and PC Adapter Kit

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    Microsoft Releases Kinect SDK 2.0 and PC Adapter Kit

    Earlier today, Microsoft announced that they have not only released the 2.0 SDK for the Kinect, but they have also released a new adapter kit for PC users.
    The Kinect SDK 2.0 is available today for you to download for free here. There are no fees for runtime licenses of commercial applications developed with the SDK. With over 200 improvements and updates to the SDK since we released the public preview in June, including enhancements to Visual Gesture Builder, Kinect Studio, and Kinect Fusion, we get you coding faster with a substantially more stable and
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  • Microsoft Releases Kinect SDK 2.0 and PC Adapter Kit

    Earlier today, Microsoft announced that they have not only released the 2.0 SDK for the Kinect, but they have also released a new adapter kit...
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  • Microsoft to Sell Stand-Alone Kinect for $150 in October

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    Microsoft to Sell Stand-Alone Kinect for $150 in October

    So, if I did the math correctly here, buying an Xbox One without a Kinect is $400 (USD). If you later decide that you want the Kinect, that will run another $150. Combined, that is $550, which is somehow $50 more than if you bought the Xbox One bundled with a Kinect in the first place! Oh Microsoft, you crafty devils you! The actual "news" bit of this article here is that Microsoft is going to sell a stand-alone Kinect sensor starting on October 6 for $150. I suppose that is going to be an option for those that want to get a Kinect, really hate math, and have mo...
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  • Microsoft to Sell Stand-Alone Kinect for $150 in October

    So, if I did the math correctly here, buying an Xbox One without a Kinect is $400 (USD). If you later decide that you want the Kinect, that will...
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  • Phil Spencer Again Says that Rare is an Important Part of the Future of Xbox

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    Phil Spencer Again Says that Rare is an Important Part of the Future of Xbox

    Phil Spencer has once again remarked that Rare will be super important to the future of Xbox. This is despite the company being nothing more than a shell of its former self and pumping out Kinect titles.
    "Right now with Rare we're at a point where I don't want the Rare brand to mean Kinect Sports. The Rare brand can be more valuable to them, to us and to gamers than that. "I think it's about them thinking about the next game that's going to be the next 'Rare game' and really stand for what they are. I know they've got some great ideas. I've not been up
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  • Phil Spencer Again Says that Rare is an Important Part of the Future of Xbox

    Phil Spencer has once again remarked that Rare will be super important to the future of Xbox. This is despite the company being nothing more...
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  • PlayStation 4 Outsells Xbox One for June Despite $100 Price Cut on Xbox

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    PlayStation 4 Outsells Xbox One for June Despite $100 Price Cut on Xbox

    The NPD figures for June are in and it looks like the PlayStation 4 is once again the best selling console. The PS4 held off the Xbox One for the sixth month in a row, despite the Xbox One being offered without a Kinect for $100 less than it originally released at.

    Compared to last year at the same time, retail sales are up 24%, hardware sales are up 106%, but software sales are down 3%. Watch Dogs and Mario Kart 8 had strong showings for June.
    1. Watch Dogs (PS4, 360, Xbox One, PS3, PC) 2. Mario Kart 8 (Wii U) 3. Minecraft (360, PS3)
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  • PlayStation 4 Outsells Xbox One for June Despite $100 Price Cut on Xbox

    The NPD figures for June are in and it looks like the PlayStation 4 is once again the best selling console. The PS4 held off the Xbox One for...
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  • Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved Welcomes You to the Neighborhood

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    Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved Welcomes You to the Neighborhood

    The latest trailer for Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved welcomes you to the Neighborhood and does a really, really bad job at telling you what exactly is going on in this footage.

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  • Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved Welcomes You to the Neighborhood

    The latest trailer for Disney Fantasia: Music Evolved welcomes you to the Neighborhood and does a really, really bad job at telling you what exactly is...
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  • Rare is "Evaluating What They Want to do Next"

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    Rare is "Evaluating What They Want to do Next"

    Rare, the development studio owned by Microsoft is currently "evaluating what they want to do next," according to Phil Spencer. Now that Kinect is no longer going to be bundled with the Xbox One, it seems as though the future is wide open for the once prominent developer.
    "[Rare has] just come off the successful launch of Kinect Sports Rivals," said Spencer. "I think I've heard a few times from people asking about Rare - they're in the process of evaluating what they want to do next, and we're working closely with them to see what their new project will
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  • Rare is "Evaluating What They Want to do Next"

    Rare, the development studio owned by Microsoft is currently "evaluating what they want to do next," according to Phil Spencer. Now...
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  • Microsoft Announces Xbox One Without Kinect for $399

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    Microsoft Announces Xbox One Without Kinect for $399

    Microsoft has just announced that they will be releasing a Kinect-less Xbox One bundle and pricing the system at $399 (USD) starting June 9 in all markets where the system is sold. Microsoft has also revealed that the "Games with Gold" program will kick off this June for the Xbox One, starting with Max: The Curse of Brotherhood and Halo: Spartan Assault. In addition to all of that, they also revealed that many streaming services like Twitch, HBO GO, and numerous others, will now be free to everyone. Yes, they're stripping the absurd paywall from being able ...
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