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E3: Here's what the new Xbox 360 dashboard looks like

2:07 PM on 06.06.2011 // Jordan Devore

As mentioned earlier, Microsoft showed off the latest version of its Xbox 360 dashboard, which came with a handful of neat -- but not entirely unexpected -- announcements, like Bing and YouTube support.

It's another big step, visually. Content is grouped together as you would expect, with separate hubs for live television, social functionality, and games all present. Clearly, Microsoft wants to continue pushing the console as an entertainment device.

Take a look at the dashboard for yourself in the gallery below. Remember, it's going live this fall. Wouldn't be surprised if Microsoft does another beta, now that I think about it.

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