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iFixit teardown finds lots of sensors, but no NSA spying, built into Xbox One’s Kinect

Xbox One hit the stores last night, and iFixit has done a teardown of the innards of what it calls “America’s favorite surveillance system — the second-generation Kinect,” the motion-sensing and voice-recognizing camera for the Microsoft’s video game console.<p>And the repair service happily reports, …

The DeanBeat: Will you choose the Xbox One over the PS4? Depends on who you are

After months of debate, it’s time to decide. What next-generation console will you buy?<p>Having played both, I don’t have to decide. I’ll be playing games on both the Microsoft Xbox One and the Sony PlayStation 4 for years to come. But most gamers aren’t going to purchase both machines. They’re going …

These airlines let you game during takeoff and landing

Virgin America is the latest airline to allow passengers to use electronic devices during all phases of flight in U.S. airspace, the company announced yesterday.<p>Three weeks ago the Federal Aviation Administration announced relaxed restrictions on the use of personal electronic devices even during …

For every 400 smartphones, you need 1 server

The explosion of smart devices is driving the growth of data centers. Intel illustrated that point today by showing exactly how many servers are required to serve the internet needs of the newfangled devices. The numbers tell us why data centers are growing so fast, and why servers are going to be …

Xbox One vs. the PlayStation 4: A battle over services, not chips

If you start counting from the Magnavox Odyssey, we've been playing console games for seven generations now. Yes, it's crazy to think of, but it's even more alarming to realize that the industry has been in an all-out "war" since generation three. For better or worse, competition became a part of …