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Submitted by techologie 965d ago | article

Xbox SmartGlass FTW

Techologie- This June at E3 Microsoft announced the release of a revolutionary application that would further immerse Xbox users with their games, media and even gaming social network by using devices that they already own in unison with their Xbox 360 console. The scheduled release of this application was to be released October 26th this year which it did, releasing on the same day as Windows 8. Being an Xbox user myself I found myself wondering if the application would actually work as intended and decided to give it a try. (Gaming, Microsoft, Phones, Software, Xbox 360)

MilkMan  +   964d ago
I'm gonna give a 5 out 5 also as soon as I grow another arm to be able to use it.
If its not integrated into their console and if it doesn't have a practical purpose for existing other than making M$ relevant in the wake of Nintendo's WiiU...what's the point?

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