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Old 10-30-2012, 02:49 PM   #1
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Default Microsoft's SmartGlass for Android Gets Tested

With its "SmartGlass" technology, Microsoft has proven that Nintendo can't have all the fun when it comes to game console controllers with screens. While SmartGlass isn't setting out to become a gaming solution in itself, it could offer some cool functionality in time if game developers wish to take advantage of it. For now, it'll act as a simple Xbox 360 navigator.


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