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+ - AT&T to Allow Xbox 360 as U-verse Set-top Box->

Submitted by suraj.sun
suraj.sun (1348507) writes "A so-called Wired Release will roll out to AT&T U-Verse customers next Sunday, and it'll bring the long awaited feature with it (though you'll have to wait until November 7th for that particular aspect). This means AT&T U-verse customer's Xbox 360 will have a Dashboard app, and when launched, it'll let it function exactly like any other U-verse set-top. The only major catch is that it can't be the only set-top — you'll need at least one DVR at another TV in the house to enjoy one of the four HD streams that could be funneled into your home. A second anonymous tipster has chimed in with some interesting slides — looks like your Xbox will need a hard drive!

Engadget: http://www.engadget.com/2010/10/07/atandt-u-verse-customers-can-use-xbox-360-as-a-set-top-box-startin/"

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AT&T to Allow Xbox 360 as U-verse Set-top Box

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