The recent update to Microsoft’s Xbox Live service should keep most folks happy, especially when it carries new content from Comcast’s video-on-demand service as well as HBO Go. Comcast and HBO were part of the group of new content partners from the get go when Microsoft first announced changes to its Xbox Live user interface and new content deals in October last year, and it seems rather strange to have them being one of the last partners to jump aboard throughout the entire staggered updates from Microsoft across the span of a few months. Apps from Verizon, Epix, Vevo, Vudu and YouTube have already gone live on the Xbox 360, and with Comcast and HBO Go jumping aboard, it yet again proves the saying, “better late than never.” Would you be glued a whole lot more to the front of your TV from now on?
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