As the Xbox One is shown to the public this week, Microsoft has made it clear that Xbox Live will not be left behind - in fact it's getting some major upgrades in the way of server power, for starters. Microsoft spoke up at the Xbox One event about updating from 500 servers when the service started to 15,000 today, and by the end of the year, having 300,000 servers to help usher in the Xbox One. This service will be working with cloud-stored music, movies, games, and saves for your games as well. It'll also be bringing forth DVR recording of games and media.
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