The announcements just keep pouring out of Microsoft’s press event at the Galen Center, so here’s another one to chew on — Microsoft has announced that a version of their Internet Explorer browser will make its way to the Xbox 360 some time “this fall.”
“Internet Explorer coupled with the power of Xbox will for the first time deliver a fast, fluid, intuitive web experience in the living room,” Microsoft’s Marc Whitten said.
Given that plenty of their announcements so far have made use of the Kinect, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that this one does too. Saying “web hub” brings up the browser’s main landing page (seen above), and from there users will be able to call out search queries that are then plugged into Bing. The on-stage demo seemed to work very well, though it left one particularly weighty question unanswered — how will users input web…
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