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AT&T U-Verse TV Launching on Xbox 360 October 15th, Windows Phone 7 Later

AT&T U-Verse TV Launching on Xbox 360 October 15th, Windows Phone 7 Later

AT&T's busy with their announcements today, and while Windows Phone 7 is the main draw of the company this morning, it looks like they are ready to bring their U-Verse TV application to more devices, and ultimately more screens. AT&T has just announced today that they will be bringing their U-Verse application to Microsoft's Xbox 360 beginning October 15th for U-Verse customers.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: April 8, 2013

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: April 8, 2013

Welcome to Monday evening everyone. Kicking the week off is a press invitation from Google and the city of Austin, Texas, suggesting that the Google Fiber rumors are true. In addition, a couple screenshots have surfaced showing what is said to be Google Babel, and the search engine giant is also tipped to nab WhatsApp for $1 billion. Finally, in Google news, the latest Drive update for iPhone users just rolled out.

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Twin Xbox 720 tipped: STB and hardcore gaming machine

Twin Xbox 720 tipped: STB and hardcore gaming machine

Microsoft is readying two next-gen Xbox console variants, insiders suggest, one targeting the entry-level market as a stripped-down option, while a second delivers true hardcore gaming. The strategy would be a broader progression of Microsoft's current dual-SKU Xbox 360 offering, Digital Foundry's sources claim, where both cheaper and more expensive versions of the 360 are on offer, though the difference between the next-gen models would be considerably more extensive.

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Silverlight for Xbox 360 imminent with Windows Phone gaming ahead of Windows 8 app store

Silverlight for Xbox 360 imminent with Windows Phone gaming ahead of Windows 8 app store

Microsoft is reportedly planning to imminently add Silverlight support to the Xbox 360, with an announcement of the update tipped for MIX11 next week. According to WinRumors sources, Microsoft's engineers have been hard at work on the functionality "for some months" and could potentially be looking to allow Windows Phone developers to bring their apps over from the smartphone to the console.

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The Daily Slash: January 25 2011

The Daily Slash: January 25 2011

First of all today you've got to get your eyeballs out, your ears screwed in tight, and you mouse clickers greased up as we're releasing the hounds - Android Community Total Revamp Coming Soon! Next, get ANGRY as we give a thumbs down to everyone's favorite Bird Tossing Game. Behold Motorola XOOM in all it's professional advertisement glory. Check out a concept smartphone that runs both Windows Phone 7 and Android via cartridge loading. Get your hands on an iPad tyPad case and see how it stands up. Get your Pope on with an official decree on Internet Togetherness and Social Networks. Get your dancing boots out and tie em up tight as Will.i.am is named Director of Creative Innovation for Intel. Double check to make sure your dots and slashes are in order as Notion Ink Adam’s email app code origins come into question. Crank some kinetic power into your Android via Ben Heck. Finally, get your eyeballs and your hearts out as Vincent Nguyen and his little pal Android review the Motorola CLIQ 2. All this and MORE on The Daily Slash!

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Netflix’s Instant Watching coming to Macs via Silverlight

Netflix’s Instant Watching coming to Macs via Silverlight

Thanks to Microsoft, Netflix subscribers can now access Watch Instantly service via MS’s Silverlight technology on their Intel –based Macs. The company has a growing library of 12,000 movies and episodes of TV shows available for its unlimited plans customers to stream online, but were limited to PC users due to lack of supports from Apple in DRM licensing.

Not anymore, the online version of Red Envelop has adopted Microsoft latest generation of Silverlight to enable protected content playback on Windows and Apple machines.

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