Microsoft has released a new update for its Xbox 360 game console, which reportedly fixes an issue that caused owners to see washed out colors in the Xbox Dashboard.
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A new report claims that the recent Dashboard update for Microsoft's Xbox 360 console actually cuts down on the video playback quality of the console with washed out colors.
Microsoft is now requiring that all future apps made for the Xbox 360 console have at least some kind of voice or gesture navigation support for the Kinect motion sensor device.
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.
A leaked file and video has been posted on the Internet showing an early version of the next Xbox Dashboard, which should be released to all Xbox 360 console owners later this year.