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Tuesday, 18 December 2012 09:31

SmartGlass gets updated

Written by David Stellmack

ESPN & NBA Game Time Support

Microsoft continues to expand the use of its SmartGlass technology on the Xbox 360 with news that it has added new support for both ESPN and NBA Game Time. Included is the new Sports Picks app, on which you can make your own sports picks using your tablet or even your SmartGlass-supported smartphone.

The new SmartGlass experiences for ESPN and NBA Game Time will offer a variety of features. Most of these, however, seem to be centered on using your tablet to browse events, highlights, and replays that can be played back on your SmartGlass device or on your TV screen.

This is only the beginning, as sources tell us that Microsoft (as well as other developers) is hard at work to add SmartGlass support to a number of already released applications. So, don’t look for this to be the last applications on Xbox Live that get SmartGlass support. In fact, we expect to see a lot more of it in the weeks ahead.

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