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Posted on Monday, June 6 @ 10:11:29 PST by Sebastian_Moss

At Microsoft's E3 conference, the technology giant has revealed a New Xbox Experience - yes, another one.

Through the magic of firmware updates, the Xbox will now be fully Kinect compatible, so you can control every part of the device with your voice. Additionally, MS will be bringing Youtube and Live TV to the 360, all with Kinect support. On top of that, they will be adding their Google competitor Bing to the console - but before you get too excited, the search engine won't be able to search the internet, just the entertainment options Microsoft has on offer. Luckily, these options are set to jump from "thousands to millions".
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