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Xbox One Getting Mobile TV Streaming, Plus DLNA And USB Playback

by Wochit 1:00 mins

Xbox One Getting Mobile TV Streaming, Plus DLNA And USB Playback

by Wochit 1:00 mins

Microsoft is still listening to fans when it comes to adding features to the Xbox One – a new update which will begin rolling out to people in the early access program this month adds a number of top requests, including media playback from USB or DLNA that will support a bunch of new file formats, including mpeg 2 TS and MKVs. The One will also gain the ability to stream TV on a local network to smartphones and tablets running the Xbox SmartGlass app. Streaming TV requires that users have the Xbox One Digital TV Tuner, which was announced last week and will initially be available to a limited pool of launch countries including the UK and France beginning soon and ahead of the full-scale launch in October

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