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Revolt Study Shows Millennials Still Prefer Watching Long-Form Content on TVs

A new study from Revolt, the network founded by Sean Combs, shows that 15- to 29-year-olds still enjoy watching long-form content on their televisions, but that doesn't mean they only want linear TV shows.

The 10 Most Memorable New Products of 2014

Social media has changed the way people learn and remember new products, as Facebook now ranks just behind television commercials as the most popular way consumers discover new products, according […]

Microsoft Reports $400 Million Loss on Xbox One

Xbox One might not be the juggernaut gaming console that Microsoft hoped it would be.

Despite Promises to Advertisers, Microsoft Disbands Xbox TV Studio

Microsoft's digital TV strategy is toast, with its Los Angeles studio closing during this massive round of layoffs.

Aaron Paul’s Xbox One Ad Is a Little Too Good: It Can Accidentally Turn Your Console On

If a new Xbox One ad gone awry is any indication, the voice-command function on the Microsoft Kinect device is working a little too well for some gamers.

Microsoft Tells Advertisers It’s Committed to Content With Xbox Shows

Microsoft’s Xbox studio arm is getting ready to churn out shows. The company rolled out a lineup of new entertainment projects at today’s NewFronts presentation to pitch the ad world on the offerings. “Our commitment to advertising is clear,” said Stephen Kim, vp for global agencies and accounts.

Meet the Woman Behind Assassin’s Creed

Jade Raymond thinks it would be cool to live in a world in which traffic lights change on her command, one in which she has all the keys to all the locked doors. Nothing would be off limits. That’s kind of how Ubisoft’s star video game producer views the future of the industry—putting gamers in charge.

Did Xbox Really Ask Its Own Support Account for Hardware Help on Twitter?

If true, this is rather embarrassing. Several Twitter users last night reportedly caught @Xbox tweeting an Xbox One support question to Microsoft's own @XboxSupport team.

Microsoft Punishes Xbox Gamers Over Dirty Words

Watch your language while gaming with Microsoft. Today, the company had to admit to punishing Xbox One owners who cursed in videos posted on the platform. The new Xbox One went on sale last week, moving more than 1 million units, the first new video game console in almost a decade.

YouTube’s 10 Most-Watched Ads in October

They say nothing kills a bad product faster than good advertising. And perhaps that's the problem with Samsung's Galaxy Gear. Outside of Oprah Winfrey, Samsung's Galaxy Gear smartwatch isn't getting […]