Entertainment 2.0 #428: Dis-Kinect-ed
It may be Halloween week, but those ghouls you see walking your streets are only there because their home froze over. That’s right, Google actually released something for a Microsoft device! YouTube TV is coming to a slew of set-top boxes including the Xbox One. Microsoft’s game console has also joined forces with WISA to potentially support wireless surround sound without an A/V receiver. After seven years of some high highs and low lows, Microsoft is putting the Kinect out to pasture. GameStop has a new subscription game rental program. The Xbox One X is less than a week away, and Josh has some tips on how to best prepare for it’s launch.
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- YouTube TV is rolling out on Apple TV, Roku, Xbox One, and more
- Xbox is Big Win for WiSA Wireless Audio, But WiSA Must Help Itself
- Microsoft kills off Kinect, stops manufacturing it
- GameStop PowerPass pre-owned rental program is now official
- How to prepare for your upcoming Xbox One X
- How to copy Xbox One games and apps over a local network
- Xbox Live Games With Gold For November 2017
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