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Submitted by -Mezzo- 456d ago | opinion piece

How the next Xbox can win the cable TV war

Cnet - The battle for the future of television is just beginning, but it looks to be a long one. One of the key players is Microsoft, which has spent the past several years morphing its Xbox 360 from a straight-up gaming console into one of the best video-streaming boxes you can buy. (Gadgets, XBox 720)

-Mezzo-  +   457d ago
Xbox is winning the wrong war.
That-Guy  +   455d ago
They got lost on the battlefield.
pop-voxuli  +   456d ago
Exactly, what it needs to focus on is the games war, which it is on the fast track to loosing.
Godmars290  +   455d ago
Except they're making money from the proto-cable side of XBL. More money from the games side apparently.

Didn't notice the potential issue of the PS3 becoming the #1 device people watch Netflix on despite having it all to themselves for months, that most if not all the apps they're going to offer will be on the PS4 - and I'm hoping for GoogleTV on it - but I guess we'll all learn if they're doing enough just to make a profit when its finally announced.

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