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Next-Gen Xbox Won’t Work Without Internet Connection

Xbox 360 users have been fervently waiting for Microsoft to release a successor to its current-generation game console. It is expected that the software giant will release the next-generation Xbox, branded as Xbox 720, during the later part of this year. An inside source now claims that the upcoming Xbox won't work without an internet connection.
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Microsoft Grants Xbox Users Access To Netflix App For Free

Microsoft's decision to make Xbox users pay $60 per year as a fee for Gold Membership if they wish to stream content from Netflix is preposterous indeed. Even if a user has Netflix subscription, he can't access Netflix content on Xbox. Apparently to placate the angry Xbox users, Microsoft has announced free access to the Netflix app on Xbox for…
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Microsoft Positioning Skype To Replace Xbox Live Voice Chat

Ever since Microsoft acquired Skype, it has tried hard to improve the chat client and vest it deeper into its wider services ecosystem. In fact, according to multiple reports and the hints divulged by Microsoft itself, the company may soon replace Xbox Live chat service with Skype altogether, bringing Skype straight to users' living rooms.
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New Xbox May Arrive At 2013 Thanksgiving

Avid followers of Microsoft's Xbox have been anxiously waiting for the company to release the next version of the immensely popular game console. Whereas the company hasn't divulged any details as to when the next Xbox may arrive, certain sources claim that it will hit the shelves during 2013 holiday season.
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More Information Of Xbox 720 Revealed

The upcoming Xbox 720 will have advanced augmented reality capabilities, and a four-player finger-tracking Kinect (2.0). But, that's all known already. Recently, the editor-in-chief of Xbox World has revealed some additional details about Xbox 720.
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