To fulfill that goal, the company will ship the new Kinect — its motion-sensing and listening peripheral — with every Xbox One.
The new console uses the new Kinect for just about everything: switching between games, movies, web browsing, and live television, all of which can be done with voice commands.
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We have of course created our own Web RTC video chat demo and have also very recently released Web RTC video chat widgets.
The widgets work very simply, anybody can take the following HTML embed code: and add this code to any website or blog post.
Much like most of early adopters we have been playing around with Web RTC for quite awhile now.
Video chat services can be a great tool for keeping in touch with friends and family members.
Services like Skype can be accessed from a variety of screens -- such as your computer, smartphone, or tablet -- and are relatively easy to use.
In its hour-long Xbox One presentation, Microsoft blazed through announcements for its new next-generation console, including one ostensibly important feature that may raise some eyebrows: the new Xbox will always be listening to you, even when it's turned off.
The reason for always-on listening mode is simple; Microsoft wants the new Xbox to respond quickly and naturally to you, whenever you need it.
"This is rocket science level stuff," Xbox's Marc Whitten said during today's reveal.