Just last week Microsoft announced that they are bringing Xbox One achievements and more to Xbox.com. Microsoft said that they are planning to bring Xbox One profile, game clips, etc, to the web as well. One of the most requested community features we’ve seen as of late is the ability to view your Xbox One data on Xbox.com. We’re happy to announce that the first of these elements – your Xbox One profile, Achievements, friends, followers, and game clips – will be viewable on Xbox.com beginning next week. This new update to Xbox.com with Xbox One profile, Achievements, friends and more support is now already rolling out to users. In fact, I gave it a try few minutes back and it is a neat addition to Xbox gaming experience. Check it out your profile at Xbox.com. ...

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Few months back, Microsoft launched its microsoft.com/stories website profile some of the brightest minds inside Microsoft. It started with noted young and talented designer Andrew Kim and VP of cloud, Brad Anderson. The /stories editorial team is back with a bang collecting stories about Xbox One. They have spent hours together with the key people behind Xbox One to talk about their product they spent years painstakingly creating. Three three people profiled are as follows, Carl Ledbetter, Industrial designer Boyd Multerer, Director of development Alex Hebert, Creative producer I find all of them interesting, so try to read it when you find time. Click on their names in the above list to go to their profile. Btw, each profile is designed uniquely with beautiful photos. via: Microsoft.com/Next ...

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