Microsoft has announced plans to introduce a number of new features for its Xbox One console, including a way to resume watching an Xbox Video clip from another device.
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Microsoft won't offer the OneGuide TV integration feature of the Xbox One to UK users until sometime in 2014 and it's unclear if any other market other than the U.S. will have OneGuide available.
Microsoft Xbox executive Albert Penello hinted in an interview that the OneGuide TV guide feature in the upcoming Xbox One console may not need a paid Xbox Live subscription to work after all.
A page on Microsoft's Xbox website confirms that several features announced for the Xbox One console, including Skype, OneGuide and Game DVR will only be accessible by paid Xbox Live Gold members.
Microsoft has trademarked the term 'Oneguide' with the US Patent and Trademark Office and registered some new domain names that center around the title Halo: Spartan Assault.