Recently there have been fresh rumours arising from Microsoft. The people behind “Xbox” and “Xbox Live” will be revealing the Xbox Smart Glass tablet along with the Smart Glass app in what is said to be a closed door presentation to a selected group of people. Smart Glass, an app that promises to be similar to Apple’s AirPlay for the Xbox 360, at E3 next week. This Xbox companion app is said to be able to play videos from different sources on tablets and phones as well as push that content from your device to an Xbox 360. What’s more, the app is apparently going to be made available for Windows, Windows Phone, iOS, and Android. This multiplatform strategy is smart for Microsoft since so many people have Xboxes regardless of which side they take in the mobile OS wars.

A leak of a confidential presentation for Smart Glass noted the following:

  • Will allow users to control their Xbox 360 remotely. Will be available cross platform on multiple operating systems including Windows, Windows Phone, Android and iOS.
  • Applications will be accessible through the tablet. Such as Youtube/Netflix/Vemo ect.
  • Live streaming ability through the tablet to the TV, desktop, lap top and other devices.
  • A demo at E3 will be shown, but no live video will be featured

 

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