E3 2012: a closer look at Xbox SmartGlass

As expected, Microsoft just announced something called SmartGlass at E3. Less expected? Just how awesome SmartGlass turned out to be. What could have been just an Apple AirPlay imitation, is something more ambitious.

The Xbox 360 is getting a little smarter. Microsoft Corp. kicked off the Electronic Entertainment Expo on Monday by unveiling new software called Xbox SmartGlass that will allow Xbox 360 users to stream and share content across smartphones,

Microsoft just announced a new feature called Xbox SmartGlass, a "second screen" feature that allows you to view information about media on the screen of a mobile device or PC. An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety.

Find out more of how you'll be using your phone or tablet to interact with your Xbox 360 this fall.

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