I've got to think the decision to coin the latest Xbox iteration "SmartGlass," unveiled at the E3 conference in Los Angeles Monday, serves as a subtle shot at Google. Of course, one of these days Google will release "Google Glass," a futuristic set of specs you can use to activate your every whim.
Marc Whitten, vice president of Microsoft's Xbox LIVE, unveils SmartGlass at the Xbox 360 E3 media briefing Monday in Los Angeles.
As I explained earlier this week on TheStreet, thanks to Xbox's popularity, Microsoft already dominates Google and Apple in the living room. And, by leaps and bounds, it owns the desktop/laptop OS market.
Consider the stroke of a brilliant position Microsoft is in point-by-point:
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