Microsoft has launched a version of the Kinectimals Xbox game and the SkyDrive online storage solution on the Apple App Store.
Microsoft has partnered with US accessories firm PDP to release an official range of Kinect accessories for launch this coming November.
Microsoft is to charge Brits £129.99 for its Kinect motion control tech when it releases in the UK on 20 August, the company revealed this week.
Following the initial reveal of Microsoft's new motion and speech-control gaming tech at E3 2009 – then known to us as Project Natal and since re-named Microsoft Kinect – there have been endless questions from gamers and the gaming development community about how this new form of game control technology might (or might not) improve videogames.
In a move to play down the fact that Peter Molyneux's much-hyped Milo and Kate is never going to be developed into a commercial game for Microsoft Kinect, the Xbox-factory has been quick to explain that the tech has inspired a number of other new Kinect titles due for release later this very year.
Following the reveal of its new Kinect motion control tech and games at E3 earlier this month, Microsoft is soon to reveal a $199 (£134) Xbox 360 Arcade replacement.