Vice President of Xbox Program Management Mike Ybarra explains that listening to the gamers is a key factor in Microsoft's plans.
Microsoft Talks Xbox One X Optimization, Keyboard & Mouse, Resolution/FPS Options, Cross-Play and More
Microsoft's Mike Ybarra and Larry Hryb give more information on all things Xbox One X and Xbox One.
Xbox One X Will Let You Transfer Settings and Games from your Xbox One; Light Mode Coming for the UI
Microsoft announced how Xbox One owners will be able to transfer settings and games from their old console to their brand new Xbox One X.
Today, Microsoft announced that Xbox One's March Update is going live, bringing with it a slab of new features, including Beam streaming, a new Home look, a new improved Guide, and more.
Today, via a Tweet, Director of Program Management for Xbox Mike Ybarra confirmed that Microsoft's next console, Project Scorpio, will support Xbox 360 backwards compatibility.
Manage to pick a launch edition of the Xbox One S before it sold out? The launch edition of the console has everyone's favorite protagonist, Master Chief inside.
Wheelchairs are to be added to Xbox avatars, Microsoft has confirmed.
Images of the wheelchairs were tweeted by Xbox's director of program management Mike Ybarra yesterday, with others suggesting the user start a petition.
During Microsoft's E3 press conference, Director of Programming Mike Ybarra announced a few new features for Xbox Live.
Xbox One owners have been waiting for a few months for the next big system software update, but the wait is coming to an end, as mentioned by Xbox and Windows Director of Program Management Mike Ybarra.
At Build Microsoft announced the Windows 10 anniversary update, and that one will include "key gaming features" according to Xbox & Windows Director of Program Management Mike Ybarra, that mentioned that the corresponding system software update for
One of the less known features of Xbox One is the Game Preview program, which is basically a similar service to Steam Early Access on Microsoft's console. After its announcement at E3 2015 it has seen a
It has been a quiet couple of months for the Xbox One system software preview program, as Microsoft paused the big updates to seek some much needed stability over the hectic holiday period, but apparently things are
Xbox One Team Looking at Challenges: Wants to Make Sure that People Feel Great About Their Accomplishments
While achievements have always been a strong point among Xbox features, challenges have always taken a back seat, often proving scarcely intuitive and used, as revealed by Xbox and Windows Platform Director of Program Management Mike Ybarra,
When Microsoft announced Xbox One game streaming on Windows 10, many wondered if people would really use it. Among them was Xbox and Windows Platform Director of Program Management Mike Ybarra that revealed today in an interview
Original Xbox Backward Compatibility on Xbox One Would Be “Very Challenging;” the Team Would Love it
A while ago, Phil Spencer commented on the possibility of original Xbox backward compatibility on Xbox One, mentioning that the team had to finish Xbox 360 emulation first.
Microsoft finally implemented the New Xbox One Experience, and Director of Program Management Mike Ybarra gave an estimate on when the next big update will come in the latest episode of Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb's podcast.
We know that future Xbox 360 games handed to Xbox Live Gold subscribers via Games with Gold will be backwards compatible, and some of the past ones will be as well, but how will it work? And
New Xbox One System Software Preview Coming; New Invites This Week – Scaling to “A Lot of Folks” Soon
The new Xbox One system software update is currently being tested to prepare for the brand new dashboard coming in November, and Xbox and Windows Platform Director of Program Management Mike Ybarra had news about it today.
During the latest episode of Larry "Major Nelson" Hryb's Podcast, Director of Program Management, Xbox and Windows Platform Mike Ybarra gave some more information about Windows 10 on Xbox One, also talking about some of the goodies
Many have been complaining about the reputation system on Xbox Live, that is seen as prone to abuse to avoid players or to forcing them into long matchmaking queues.