Wednesday, Microsoft announced that more than 40 providers had signed on to deliver TV programming to Xbox Live. One of those, AT&T, has been supplying content through its Uverse service for about a year, where it's been available to free subscribers. Now it will completely transition to Xbox Live Gold.
I love the weekends before E3. I've worked four. You get everything in the tips jar—yesterday we got one that said Half-Life 2: Episode 3 would be a Wii 2 launch title. It was too earnest to be a troll.
Microsoft has a lot they want to talk about at this Consumer Electronics Show: Their big Kinect sales numbers, the future of that tech, their new phone. But they also have a few things they're not keen to discuss.
Microsoft is spending half a billion dollars to make sure that when you hear the word Kinect you think "the future of video games."
After a three year long wait, the Xbox 360 will get IPTV service in the United States, thanks to Mediaroom and AT&T Uverse. While a nice addition to the Xbox 360's list of services, it has its limitations.