Bing on Xbox and The Future of the Living Room

Back in June at E3 expo, Microsoft talked about how the future living room will do more than give you great entertainment; it will help you find what you're looking for and help you decide what to enjoy. To that end, the conpany previewed a new way for people to find movies, games, music and […]

Back in June at E3 expo, Microsoft talked about how the future living room will do more than give you great entertainment; it will help you find what you're looking for and help you decide what to enjoy. To that end, the conpany previewed a new way for people to find movies, games, music and other entertainment: voice search with Bing on Xbox.

Today, Frank Shaw expands on this notion highlighting how products and services like Xbox, Kinect and Bing are converging to bring you all the entertainment you want, with the people you care about.

"Our philosophy is pretty simple: All the entertainment you want, with the people you care about, made easy… This video brings that philosophy to life, while showing off what the combination of Xbox, Kinect, Bing and voice recognition can do for your entertainment experience," Shaw stated.

"As you can see in the video below, integration of products and services like Xbox, Kinect and Bing is at the heart of our strategy. This is just one more example of how Bing is more than just Microsoft's search engine, competing to win against Google - Bing is also a strategic asset that makes many other Microsoft products better and more attractive to our customers," Shaw stated.

"Thanks to Bing, Kinect and our voice recognition technology, we envision a future where the words "Hey, where's the remote?" are as outdated as eight-track tapes and rotary telephones," Shaw added.