Microsoft revealed a new Xbox One dashboard at E3, boasting a new design, improved speed and the addition of the company's Cortana digital assistant.
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Microsoft has been releasing Xbox One dashboard updates on a regular cadence, and we now have a small glimpse of what the next update, 1408, will include for the month of August.
The Dashboard update for the Xbox 360 console has had some post-launch issues, the biggest being that one of the new streaming movie apps, for the cable channel Epix, isn't working for US users.
After a delay of nearly half a day, Microsoft has now indicated that the long awaited Xbox 360 Dashboard update will go live "within the next few hours"
If you are waiting to check out the new dashboard for the Xbox 360 game console, Microsoft says that the update should go live worldwide by 10 am Eastern time on Tuesday.
Microsoft has announced that the free Xbox Company app for owners of Windows Phone-based smartphones will be released on Tuesday, December 6, the same day as the Xbox 360's dashboard update.
The Xbox 360's live television services are still scheduled to launch on Tuesday but a newly released schedule today reveals that not every content provider will be ready to launch on Dec. 6.
Microsoft has launched the beta version of the promised major update to the Xbox 360's Dashboard user interface, adding new features such as Bing search as well as more support for the Kinect camera.