Microsoft’s Xbox 360 game console will be able to deliver 40 different TV entertainment services, the company said today. That means the console will offer a full slate of games, movies, TV and music. Users will be able to control the system with voice commands via the Kinect motion-sensing system.
For Microsoft, this is the biggest advance with the Xbox Live entertainment service since 2009, when it added Netflix movie streaming. When you stop and think about it, TV and entertainment have come a long way. Check out the following infographic (courtesy of Microsoft) of how TV and entertainment have evolved over the years.
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