The lineup includes Comcast Xfinity, Verizon FiOS, HBO Go, Bravo, Crackle, Syfy, TMZ, UFC and The Today Show in the U.S. In the U.K., partners include BBC, Channel 4, Channel 5 and Lovefilm. In Spain, it’s Antena 3, RTVE and Telefonica, and in Mexico it’s Televisa.
It’s not free TV, though. You have to already subscribe to the services, so the deal basically expands the Xbox’s capability as a streaming content adapter for the TV.
with the inclusion of netflix, this will make me play my xbox360 more.
xbox live turns into ‘entertainment hub’ | usatoday.com
this would make me use netflix more, as well as my xbox 360. fingers crossed.
will microsoft partner with netflix? | msnbc.com
microsoft offers cash for wikipedia edit | abcnews.com
can microsoft win?
apple and microsoft race to launch wireless ipod | dailymail.co.uk
betamax. betamax. betamax.
is microsoft about to release a windows "kill switch"? | zdnet.com
$50? for people who have no idea around their computer, that seems like a bargain.
microsoft officially launches paid security product | usatoday.com
yet again, vista gets hammered in the news.
security feature in microsoft’s new windows could drive users nuts | usatoday.com
watch those updates.
ms expands anti-piracy program, reissues patch | washingtonpost.com