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Xbox, Phil Spencer talks about the possibility of watching VR on Xbox

Xbox showed up during the X019 event with lots of news and games, but one thing was not seen on the stage of the event, virtual reality. What do you say, VR or virtual reality is ...

Phil Spencer has already tried some Xbox Scarlett titles

During a streaming held by Bungie, the Xbox boss Phil Spencer claimed to have played something on Project Scarlett (this is currently the code name of the next Xbox). Unfortunately Spencer ...

[E3 Microsoft] Halo Infinite shown, will be released on the new Xbox

During the Microsoft E3 conference the first trailer of Halo Infinite was shown, which will be released at the launch of the new Xbox. The trailer is characterized by a strong emotional charge and sees the return ...

Event Tickets Market | Use of Mobile Apps for Booking Tickets ...

LONDON - (BUSINESS WIRE) - # EventTicketsMarket - The event tickets market is expected to grow by USD 39.87 billion during 2020-2024. The report also provides the market impact and new ...

Google's new Chromecast won't support Stadia at launch

During the Google Late Night event on September 30, the Mountain View giant revealed a new Chromecast, equipped with Google TV, at the price ...

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