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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:23am 23/11/11 | 2 Comments
Microsoft have sent through word a new update is incoming for the Xbox 360 which will update the console's Dashboard and overall user interface as well as offer new voice control options for Kinect (about time), as well as adding a host of new entertainment features.
Starting on December 6th and continuing through summer, a wealth of new content will be coming to Xbox 360. New, customised applications for television, movies, internet videos, sports and music will begin rolling out from world-leading providers in more than 20 countries. Also, brand new personal and social features including Cloud Storage for Game Saves and LIVE Profile, Beacons and Facebook Sharing will launch with the December 6 update.
Not a lot more was shared in the press release in regards to specifically what kind of new applications, but we'll do some prodding and find out.

The update is complimentary to all Xbox 360 owners with an Internet connection.



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Caveboy
Posted 10:32am 23/11/11
In other news almost all xbox can be jtaged now! Got mine done a few weeks ago and having heaps of fun with it.

Its called the reset glitch hack
crazymorton
Posted 10:46am 23/11/11
this will be the one with ABC iView. looking forward to that.

wish they'd open up to all video formats for streaming. although these days i can be selective in what format i watch.
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