Microsoft unveiled its long-anticipated next generation Xbox, called the "Xbox One," a device that allows users to switch more easily between entertainment options. The company also said Tuesday it is partnering with game makers to produce 15 exclusive games on the console.
At the tech giant's Redmond, Wash., headquarters, interactive entertainment business president Don Mattrick said the new Xbox aims to be a single device that can provide all the entertainment for a living room, and to simplify an entertainment experience that "has become too complex."
The console is controlled by voice and motion with much more sensitive sensors than the existing Xbox console. The device is personalized so when a user says "Xbox One" and turns on the device, it shows a personalized home screen, to browse games, TV, movies and music.