TechBytes (12.06.11)

Microsoft is sending out an update allowing Xbox users to stream videos.
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And today's tech -- watching video services on your Xbox-360. Microsoft is releasing a software update today. Among the new features is the ability to stream content from providers like Netflix YouTube and ESPN and search for movies across several services. Since his debut less than a month ago call of duty modern warfare three has become the best selling videogame of all time but. Cnet's Dan Ackerman isn't sure it -- -- all the hype. It really is more of the same the graphics don't really get that much better they don't really and that -- -- game modes. But it's -- mostly you have to get the new version because everyone else is going to be playing the new version. If you purchase additional avatars to represent you in the game during the next ten days Activision will donate the proceeds to a charity that helps veterans the call of duty endowment helps with -- job placement and training for the transition back to civilian life. And those are you -- -- I'm rob Nelson.

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