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Xbox 720 in 2013? Insiders are saying they're working on Microsoft's next-generation gaming console, and it's said to be called the Xbox 720, perhaps unveiling at E3 in 2013. Although the box's processors and graphics chips are allegedly well underway and in the hands of multiple developers, the outside of the Xbox 720 is not quite so well-defined. Take a look at this design concept of the industrial design of the box -- we're wondering if it wasn't left on our planet by visiting aliens.

from Designbuzz

Philips Fluid smartphone with flexible OLED display

Philips Fluid flexible smartphone design concept

XBOX 720 TO OFFER FULL HD 3D According to the rumor mill, Microsoft Corp. plans to release its next-generation Xbox video game console for the 2013 holiday season. What the software giant is reportedly not sure about is whether to unveil the new Xbox at an industry event such as the E3 show in June 2013, or a separate event dedicated solely to the console, according to a source reported by XbitLabs.

Little TV screen, cup holders, reclines back. Sound proof...I will take one please! (I realize this is actually a Gaming Pod. It's for guys... but I would make one as a hiding place....for me)

The release of the iPhone sent ripples through the mobile gaming industry and forever changed the face of mobile gaming. Nintendo and Sony suddenly felt a little crowded, like when Microsoft entered the console wars.

from GeekMundo

Most EPIC Xbox 360 Ever: Halo 4 Limited Edition Bundle

Exclusive Design: This is a Limited Edition, one-of-a-kind console that has been custom designed by the Halo 4 developer, 343 Industries and Xbox 360, specifically for the ultimate Halo fan.

Xbox One to be open to developers - Microsoft surprised many yesterday when the company said that the upcoming Xbox One console would come with an in-progress game code and will also run as...

Nintendo Famicom. Nintendo basically single-handedly saved the video gaming industry by marketing their first console (what would eventually become the NES in the US) as a computer.