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Microsoft has officially acknowledged that its new Xbox SmartGlass companion app will be available with the launch of the Windows 8 operating system later this week. The application will be a new addition to the Games section of Windows 8, and will also be supported on devices running Windows RT. The free-to-download app is designed not only for Windows 8 and RT tablets and PCs, but also for Windows Phone 8, as well as iOS and Android devices. It is Microsoft's new attempt to tie multiple devices together.

Re: Microsoft's Great Wall of SmartGlass Connects Xbox to Everything
Posted by: myrealnamewastaken 2012-10-23 21:09:51 In reply to: Peter Suciu
After my Xbox live account and my console were permanently banned 3 weeks ago for no reason I sold all of my games. The console is for netflix only and all my games are played on the PS3. I will never spend any of my hard earned money to be screwed by Microsoft again. $100 dollars for a family acct, the price of the console, the price of the games, all wasted with no appeal. TYRANTS.

eruuwww...you or a family member must of done something really bad on Xbox live...lol
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