Xbox One: Privacy, Connectivity and Licensing

Today Microsoft has broken their decayed, brittle vow of silence, regarding every one of the hornets nests M-soft has rattled since their Xbox reveal event, a little more than two weeks ago. Hornets nests such as how the Xbox One will handle users sharing, reselling, and purchasing of used games. The consumers concerns on whether the Xbox One consoles are required to have a persistent online connectivity. And as for the toast of Microsoft's town, the Kinect 2.0 which gave the public some significant apprehension, along the lines of big brother, with its unsettling all hearing, and all seeing capabilities in your home. Follow the links below each for the topic in which it's titled for.

Xbox One's Privacy

Xbox One's Connectivity

Xbox One's Licensing



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