XBOX One Full Coverage

XBOX One:

Today was announced the new XBOX (XBOX One). It is an all-in-one entertainment center, allowing for unique new experiences. I am going to update this post with pictures and videos as I get them. NOTE: Not required to be online!

XBOX One + Controller + Kinect

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Cloud Save Storage for 360, Beacons coming

Dear Xbox LIVE members,

We have a simple vision. All the entertainment you want, with the people you care about, made easy. Today at E3, we took another remarkable step toward realizing that vision, unveiling a whole new way to experience entertainment, where TV is more amazing when you are the controller.

We are transforming entertainment in the living room by bringing you more entertainment experiences and new ways to enjoy them.

Coming this year to Xbox LIVE will be UFC and YouTube, adding to our ever-expanding library of great entertainment, including ESPN, Facebook, Hulu Plus, Last.fm, Netflix and Twitter. We are also forging new partnerships to bring live television to Xbox LIVE in the United States and around the world, adding to our current partnerships with Sky TV in the UK, Canal Plus in France and FOXTEL in Australia.

And this is only the beginning; we will continue to bring more entertainment experiences to Xbox LIVE for you and your friends.

But the future living room does more than give you great entertainment; it helps you find and decide. It gives you simplicity, discovery and personal choice. With the power of Xbox, the simplicity of Kinect voice control and the intelligence of Bing, now you can just say it and Xbox will find it. Bing on Xbox gives you the easiest way to find the entertainment you want.

Every day, you and nearly 35 million other members of the Xbox community are pushing us to continue to deliver new and exciting experiences. Whether it’s playing “Call of Duty: Black Ops” (Activision) and “Halo: Reach” (Microsoft Studios) with friends, or catching up on the latest episode of “30 Rock” on Hulu Plus and watching college football on ESPN, our community is spending an average of 60 hours a month on Xbox LIVE. That translates to 2.1 billion entertainment hours a month!
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