Gamescom 2013 Xbox One News
The XBox One news so far from Gamescom 2013 seems to be mostly about games, a welcome change from the poorly-received reveal earlier in the year. A full slate of 23 games has been announced for release, including a handful of console exclusives and one or two legitimate surprises. The biggest launch news is certainly that Call of Duty: Ghosts is slated to have dedicated XBox One servers and will take advantage of the new system's cloud computing, but the announcement of exclusive content for the anticipated The Division is also a major feather in the cap of Microsoft.
Apple Unveils New Offerings At WWDC
Apple uses the stage of its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, WWDC for short, to showcase its latest offerings. This year's lineup includes new computers, a new operating system, and a new lineup of software.
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Microsoft CEO, Steve Ballmer, presents his pre-show keynote at the 2010 International CES in Las Vegas Wednesday evening. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Microsoft CEO At CES
At the most recent Consumer Electronics Show, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer had originally declined to give a keynote speech but still took some time on stage to report on the company's latest developments. His decision indicates that the tech giant is not falling behind the competition or giving up the main spotlight to competitors. Instead, Ballmer's strategic move shows that Microsoft is still a major contender in product innovation, and consumers can look forward to these developments in the near future.