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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Marc Whitten
Microsoft thinks it has the one. The company revealed the Xbox One, its next-generation entertainment console, during a presentation Tuesday at its headquarters in Redmond, Wash.
Microsoft thinks it has the one. The company unveiled the Xbox One, a next-generation entertainment console that promises to be the one system households will need for games, television, movies and other entertainment. It will go on sale later this year.
The Xbox 360 is getting a little smarter.
“You can switch to your game like it’s a TV channel flip,” said Marc Whitten, Microsoft’s chief production officer of interactive entertainment business.
"You can switch to your game like it's a TV channel flip," said Marc Whitten, Microsoft's chief production officer of interactive entertainment business.