Back to Mobile View

Skip to Content

Tag: xbox

Xbox Live app for iPhone

360 Live [App Store link] certainly isn't the first Xbox 360 app to hit the iPhone, but it's definitely one of the most full-featured, offering gamertag management, complete friends list access, messaging capability, games library browsing (with achievements and all), and even a CoverFlow-style fri...

Continue Reading

OS Xbox Pro is the hottest hackintosh ever

Warning: some NSFW lyrics on the music in the video above. What do you get when you combine an old Xbox with OS X and some Mac Pro level hardware? This monstrosity. Built by Will Urbina, the OS Xbox Pro is a hackintosh casemodded into an original Xbox dev kit, with some crazy hardware under the...

Continue Reading

Manage Xbox Live friends with iNXES

To accompany the recent Xbox 360 dashboard update, 1337pwn.com released a new version of their Xbox Live friends-management iPhone application. iNXES lets you view your friends list in the NXE form complete with avatars, gamer scores, and online status. In my testing (on 3G and WiFi), performance w...

Continue Reading

SuperSync adds support for TiVo Mp3s

We posted about SuperSync last year, and we just posted about another iTunes library syncing app, Syncopation. But just in case you've been waiting to sync your music libraries not just across iTunes but also to your TiVo, the wait is over -- SuperSync version 2.3 now does just that. You can connect...

Continue Reading

Xbox Live Friends list on your iPhone

There are quite a few ways online to see what your friends are up to in Xbox Live -- the most fun way is probably the 360 Voice site (that lets your Xbox blog about what you've been playing lately), but there are also Facebook applications, Dashboard widgets, and all kinds of other ways to keep tabs...

Continue Reading

XBMC being ported to Leopard

Xbox Media Center (or XBMC) is an open source media program designed to run on an original Microsoft Xbox game console-- for an open source app designed on a "hostile" platform, it's actually got one of the better media center interfaces around (and it's easy to plug into-- you can even use your iPh...

Continue Reading

Use your iPhone as an XBMC remote

I have to say, as much as everyone whined about the lack of an iPhone SDK, I am nothing but impressed at how far people are bending over backwards to provide functionality to the iPhone. Yes it makes you wonder how much we could do if there was an SDK, but on the other hand, developers are really sh...

Continue Reading

Disney HD on Xbox Live... but not iTunes

I'm not sure how closely you're all following E3 (the big gaming convention going on this week in LA), but one of the tidbits of news dropped by some little company named Microsoft last night is Disney movies are now available for download on Xbox 360's Live Marketplace. Finally, just like all of us...

Continue Reading

MacLive: Your Xbox Live Friends on the Mac

MacLive is an Open Source utility to keep track of your Xbox Live friends on your Mac. You can set it to let you know when your friends log on via a Growl notification (so you can get fragging as soon as a buddy shows up online). Unfortunately, according this review MacLive is still a little rough a...

Continue Reading

Xbox incompatible with 802.11n Airport Extreme

TUAW reader Bryan Hughes writes in to tell us that after many unsuccessful attempts, he was unable to connect wirelessly to his Xbox 360 via the new 802.11n Airport Extreme. Over at a discussion at Apple Tech Support, other users report no problem connecting their Wiis and Playstation 3s to the Airp...

Continue Reading

Argo, Microsoft's iPod killer

Engadget, our sister blog who is always in the know when it comes to gadgets, have snagged a picture of a possible design for Microsoft's Argo. What the heck is the Argo? Why, it is Microsoft's attempt at an iPod killer. According to the scuttlebutt the Argo will be part of the XBox brand and featur...

Continue Reading

Dock your iPod in your Xbox 360

...

Continue Reading

Microsoft calls Power Macs an Interim Development Tool

TUAW reader, Brock, wrote in with a tip pointing this out: Microsoft begrudgingly admitted to demoing recent videos associated with their new Xbox 360 on Macs. According to News.com, an official Microsoft spokesman blushed* before admitting, "We purchased a number of Apple G5's because very spe...

Continue Reading

Subscribe to Newsletter

 
NoResultsHTML

© 2014 AOL Inc. All Rights Reserved.