Plenty of video gamers had feared that the next Xbox console from Microsoft would require a constant Internet connection.
But a new internal e-mail to the Xbox team, reported on by Ars Technica, suggests that the console won't always need to be plugged into the Web.
"Durango (the code name for the next Xbox) is designed to deliver the future of entertainment while engineered to be tolerant of today's Internet," the e-mail said, according to the Ars report. "There are a number o... [Read more]Related Links:Next Xbox may sell for $499, or $299 with two-year subscriptionMicrosoft may announce next generation of Xbox on May 21Xbox: Proof that Microsoft can get consumer electronics rightWill the next Xbox be called Xbox Infinity?The new Xbox: Six things Microsoft needs to do
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