Tuesday, July 22, 2014
 
 
 
 
 
Microsoft may have done a lot to encourage new people to buy the Xbox One by removing the Kinect from the basic bundle and dropping the price by $100 accordingly, but it still can’t catch up to the PlayStation 4. According to new numbers from NPD, Sony’s console is the top-selling U.S. next-gen console for June, which marks the sixth month in a row it has collected that honor.   [READ MORE]
 
Known for its kid-focused tablet, children's electronics company LeapFrog released a smart TV aimed at encouraging child education through entertainment. The device can host more than 100 games geared toward kids between the ages of three and eight, featuring popular Disney TV shows like Jake and the Never Land Pirates and Sofia the First. Many of the games focus on teaching skills like math, science, and reading.   [READ MORE]
 
Known for its kid-focused tablet, children's electronics company LeapFrog released a smart TV aimed at encouraging child education through entertainment. The device can host more than 100 games geared toward kids between the ages of three and eight, featuring popular Disney TV shows like Jake and the Never Land Pirates and Sofia the First. Many of the games focus on teaching skills like math, science, and reading.   [READ MORE]
 
Known for its kid-focused tablet, children's electronics company LeapFrog released a smart TV aimed at encouraging child education through entertainment. The device can host more than 100 games geared toward kids between the ages of three and eight, featuring popular Disney TV shows like Jake and the Never Land Pirates and Sofia the First. Many of the games focus on teaching skills like math, science, and reading.   [READ MORE]
 
Microsoft will close its direct-to-Xbox entertainment branch as part of its extensive layoffs of up to 18,000 people announced Thursday, ending many plans for original programming targeting the gaming demographic. Re/code reported the news of the closure first as rumor, which was confirmed by Xbox chief Phil Spencer. The decision to cut Xbox Entertainment Studios reflects the recent pivot Xbox has undergone.   [READ MORE]
 
Microsoft will close its direct-to-Xbox entertainment branch as part of its extensive layoffs of up to 18,000 people announced Thursday, ending many plans for original programming targeting the gaming demographic. Re/code reported the news of the closure first as rumor, which was confirmed by Xbox chief Phil Spencer. The decision to cut Xbox Entertainment Studios reflects the recent pivot Xbox has undergone.   [READ MORE]
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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