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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - M2 Research
Owners of the Xbox 360 soon will be able to watch a broad breadth of TV shows and other content through their gaming consoles — though most of it won't be free, the Associated Press reports.
Microsoft says owners of the Xbox 360 will soon be able to watch TV shows and other content through their gaming consoles.
Owners of the Xbox 360 will soon be able to watch a broad breadth of TV shows and other content through their gaming consoles _ though most of that won't be free.