It was only a matter of time before Microsoft’s Zune music service popped up on its Xbox 360 console. Well, that time is now. Microsoft announced the tie-up during its E3 press conference yesterday, revealing that Xbox 360 users will be able to listen to seven million tracks and 16,000 music videos. The company also hinted that Zune music will work in some way with its Kinect gesture-sensing technology, promising “an intuitive music experience unlike any other with Kinect”. We sincerely hope this doesn’t involve waving your hands about to skip tracks… Source: Press Release

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