Given that the XBox 360 and the Windows Phone can share a lot of code, developers are well advised to also take a look at what Microsoft does with its XBox 360.
Here is a little round-up.
XBox gets “tablet integration”
First of all, CNet reports the following:
Microsoft’s SmartGlass app for tablets is fascinating not just because it adds a second screen to the Xbox 360, but also because it’s platform-agnostic: it’ll work on Android or an iPad, it seems, just as easily as Windows. Add in Internet Explorer for the Xbox 360 and a bevy of new entertainment video apps, and it’s pretty clear: the Xbox 360 is ready to take on Apple TV.
XBox gets IE
The Verge gives us more info:
Microsoft has been testing a modified version of its Internet Explorer browser on Xbox 360, and the company unveiled its latest work at E3 2012 today — Internet Explorer for Xbox.
Not much to add here…