Clever, clever Nyko. Banking on Xbox Smart Glass and the second-screen experience being a big part of the next generation of consoles, they've readied a means to bolt your phone onto your Xbox One or PlayStation 4 controller.
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While E3 was occupying everyone's attention last week, Nintendo held an analyst event for their investors. During the Q&A, one meeting participant honed in on something many of us have been wondering since Microsoft unveiled their SmartGlass, and posed the question: "Are you worried about SmartGlass? How does Nintendo intend to differentiate its hardware system?"
Ubisoft's new zombie game ZombiU really impressed me when I played it at E3.
Microsoft demonstrated its Xbox SmartGlass tech today at E3, linking consumers' smartphones and tablets to their Xbox games and media. Not only does SmartGlass manage video playback across devices and add extra content to video, but it also turns your current touch device into a remote control for your console and a controller for some new games.
Microsoft demonstrated its new Smart Glass tech today at E3. And sure, it's cool that you can watch a video on your iPhone, iPad, Android phone or computer, tell it to pause, and resume seamlessly on your Xbox later.