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Microsoft has made available the February 2013 system update for Xbox LIVE, which brings an update to default settings that are only visible to certain users in the EU. Other than that, there are no big changes to be seen.
Starting April 2012, all new Xbox LIVE Arcade games will be able to increase their gamerscore limit from 200 to 400. Currently, Arcade games on Xbox LIVE are limited to 200 Gamerscore as a maximum amount you can earn from the game. This new gamerscore policy is out to change...
Microsoft is refunding users affected by a phishing scam which happened on in the UK on Xbox LIVE. Microsoft is working with the users effected from the scams, and plans to refund those who had money used on their accounts.
Not long ago, Xbox launched a preview program for the fall 2011 dashboard update that is set to hit the Xbox soon. Today, Major Nelson has confirmed a launch date for the update, expect some metro action on your console on December 6th 2011.
Earlier this week, users of Microsofts Xbox LIVE service reported that their accounts had been accessed and used to purchase Microsoft Points to spend on 2 particular games, FIFA 11 and FIFA 12. Microsoft has today responded to the current situation.
After just 24 hours, Microsoft was forced to close the signup process for the brand new Xbox LIVE dashboard preview update. The preview is set to start within two weeks, with the final update within the next month.
Microsoft, with the ongoing effort to make its gaming console, Xbox 360, the hub of TV all entertainment, announced a partnership with content providers to offer live TV and other premium contents from close to 40 TV providers around the world.
Microsoft is reportedly working on offering online pay television service from providers like Comcast and Verizon though the company's Xbox Live service. Microsoft is attempting to channel more entertainment features to its popular entertainment and gaming console.