Microsoft has offer Xbox Live TV with 40 partners 7 October 2011Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.
It’s been several years that no new home console was launched by Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo, each doing what it can to recoup their initial investment.
Action is essentially going on around the multimedia content and Microsoft, which takes advantage of a rise in purchases of its Xbox 360 through the Kinect, today announced the upcoming launch of Xbox Live TV.
As the name implies, the Xbox Live TV will enable the console literally function as a set – top box. In other words, the Xbox will be the equivalent of a television package delivered with any box, with limits of course. The goal is not just replace the classic access but to provide a supply of content created through partnerships with some editors.
According to Microsoft, about 40 partners signed to participate in the Xbox Live TV, including Comcast, Verizon yarn, Bravo, HBO GO, and Syfy, but this concerns first and especially the United States. The list is then dependent on countries. Here is the complete