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While much of the gaming and tech press have been cautiously optimistic about the new Xbox One console revealed earlier this week, the UK's new connected TV platform YouView just revealed on Twitter that it has no plans to support the new Xbox.
Microsoft has finally presented its new Xbox to the world, describing the console as an all-in-one home entertainment system for the decade ahead that can connect to existing set-top boxes, snap between live TV and other tasks such as Web surfing and video calling (courtesy of Skype), and detect user gestures with much greater accuracy thanks to an improved Kinect peripheral so sensitive it can detect heartbeats.
US firm Elemental Technologies, a provider of video solutions for multiscreen content delivery, has created an over-the-top TV channel for Oregon-based Canby Telecom to deliver local broadcast channels to its subscribers via Roku media streaming devices.
Microsoft announced the Xbox One on Tuesday in Redmond, Washington. Given that the Xbox 360 has been around since 2005 and sold over 70 million units worldwide, finally seeing the next-generation console from the #1 player in the market is a pretty big deal.
Microsoft’s reveal of the Xbox One yesterday evening in Redmond signaled the culmination of its ambitions to be at the centre of the future living room entertainment landscape.
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