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XBox 360 will be Wireless.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 5/05/2005 11:54:00 PM.

Bill Gates hinted Monday that future versions of Microsoft Corp.'s next-generation Xbox video game console will let players listen to music files, show home photos and send instant messages.

Speaking to a group of business journalists, Microsoft's chairman predicted that video game consoles will continue to gain features of home computers and become more connected to PCs.

The newest Xbox, scheduled to debut May 14 as the first update of the product in five years, is highly anticipated by gamers.

Gates offered few details about the new Xbox, and it's not clear whether the machine, code-named "Xenon," will let users store and play music and photos like a home computer, or simply be able to connect to home computers that hold such data.

Source: toptechnews


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