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Submitted by gulevski 526d ago | opinion piece

Microsoft Wants the Next Xbox to Take Over Your TV

"A new rumor came out today, courtesy of the Verge, which details some of the plans for the upcoming Xbox 720/Durango and how it will integrate with your home entertainment center. " Explosion.com (Microsoft, Xbox One)

JeffGUNZ  +   526d ago
The only way I would be interested in the TV function is if you could cancel your current provider and MS offers a pay by channel package. Lets be real, we all have about 200-300 channels and really only watch 10-20 of them. How cool would it be if you were able to pick the channels you want and the price is depicted from that? If they did something like that, then I think it would be groundbreaking.
ArchieBunker   526d ago | Spam

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