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The next xbox
Microsoft will reveal more details about the next Xbox version this Tuesday. Since the original release of the first Xbox way back in 2005, the gaming platform has done well with gamers, but rumors are that the newest iteration of the Xbox will focus more on non-gaming applications of the platform like Skype, Netflix and Hulu connectivity.
Some Xbox owners are worried that the newest Xbox will require that the system be constantly connected to the internet to work at all. In reality this is doubtful, and the new Xbox should work fine for playing the latest Xbox games in style with new Blu Ray capabilities to boot! No doubt the next Xbox will have even more hardware muscle but there are rumors that there will be no disk drive! Hard core Xbox fans will have to wait to Tuesday to get more details….
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May 3, 2013 … English: The Xbox console with the S controller, made by Microsoft. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) We knew from the beginning that Playstation 4 …
The next Xbox: What to expect from the ’720′
Telegraph.co.uk, on Mon, 20 May 2013 07:16:45 -0700
Some of the more long-standing rumours paint the Next Xbox as a decidedly Orwellian piece of kit. Aside from a (now former) developer tweeting about gamers needing to ‘get with the times, man’ Microsoft has remained tight-lipped about all aspects of …
While not a direct confirmation, NeoGAF noted that during the latest Major Nelson podcast episode, Aaron Greenberg, chief of staff for interactive entertainment at Microsoft, seemed to imply that whatever is shown during the …
Two Kotaku sources have added more credence to the rumor that the next Xbox, expected to battle the PlayStation 4 in late 2013 or early 2014, will be an always-online system, though it will be able to tolerate dropped …
Rumors have been circulating for quite a while that the next Xbox will require an always-on Internet connection. There has been plenty of speculation about what the next Xbox will be called when it is revealed later this month by Microsoft.
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TV Equals, on Sun, 19 May 2013 07:36:11 -0700
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Report: TV violence persistent
Idaho Press-Tribune, on Wed, 01 May 2013 23:08:22 -0700
This TV publicity image released by Fox shows James Purefoy as serieal killer Joe Carroll confronting his next victim in the “Welcome Home” episode of “The Following.” A study of 392 prime-time scripted programs on broadcast networks shown in the month …
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