Next Xbox could have glasses, new Kinect Video
Next Xbox could have glasses, new Kinect Video Transcript
We're -- tabloids and the living room and bringing game -- your tablet. I'm Bridget Carey and usage of CNET update. -- next version of the Xbox might be able to play Blu-ray discs 3-D videos and -- special glasses. That would allow for augmented reality dean. These details all content -- 56 page document that seems to be the plan Microsoft wrapped it. For the Xbox 720 to be out next year. Also shows the next version of the connect which -- track for people -- once had better voice trek nation and be split into two separate units on both sides the television. This -- indicates it was authored in 2000 tenths of some of these -- surely have evolved by now or outdated. But other things in this document like Smart glass has become a reality. The mobile -- dropped something could be turned into a television show CBS has blocked the pilot of a TV show. Based on the dictionary like geniuses according to the Hollywood trade paper variety. Apparently had teens -- celebrities and everyday folks tests they're quick drying skills in front of the studio audience. You can play along an app at home so it's a more interactive take on -- shows like dictionary and win -- -- drop. Mozilla the organization behind Firefox is working on a web browser for the iPad it's called junior and will be different than the typical browser for example the toolbar is gone and will be large buttons on the left and right of the screen to navigate your pages. No word on -- it'll be available. Verizon's operating top tier high speed Internet for -- service act 300 make the bits per second -- 210 dollars a month. -- don't need that level of speed but Branson also is offering -- prices for other speed bundles. Microsoft's new product announcement Monday he has everyone talking tablets so allow me help you sort out all the speculation. It's likely to be its tablet -- tiny and with the new windows eight operating system coming up this -- but it's gotta be different than the current windows tablets being produced. So expect there also -- its kind with Xbox something that would bring us a step closer to this -- -- beside -- And you'll likely see new features for streaming music to fill any gaps left by the discontinued soon the seven inch tablet market is a hot area ripe for competition so. Many packets can be a product tie in the Barnes & Noble but reasonable said they had nothing to do with this. So I wouldn't be surprised if there was a tie in with the phone since the next version of Windows Phone operating system will be unveiled Wednesday. Makes -- in these days is having it high with multiple devices using cloud services like Microsoft's sky -- So act. Could be something. That you're taking is a big word today from Marin stories in today's show visit cnet.com slash update from -- -- -- New York average --
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