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Microsoft's Marc Whitten just lifted the hood on the Xbox One's technical specifications. In short: 8GB of RAM, USB 3.0, Wi-Fi Direct, a Blu-ray disc drive, 64-bit architecture and "practically silent operation".


As was anticipated, the new Xbox One will function as a set-top cable box, allowing users to switch between TV and gaming video by voice command. In today's Xbox One reveal, the console was shown swapping between DVD/streaming video playback, the cable input, a video game and its internet functionalities.


In T-minus, oh, 45 minutes, Microsoft pops the top on its next console. You may have heard reports of buses, badges and big tents over social media. Our editor-in-chief, Stephen Totilo sends back this look at where the big news is going down today.


Skittles or Steak? I hate to admit it, but I like both. For me, it is not a choice. Nothing quite works like a steak for dinner. But, when I go to the movies, and I want to indulge, it’s Skittles for me. It is a bit embarrassing to admit. For me, it’s Skittles and Steak. I like both. You must be wondering what this has to do with games. Or why Kotaku would run my piece on candy and beef. This will take a minute, but let me explain.