Thursday, 21 June 2012 04:41
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Microsoft has ordered a Czech Republic technology website to remove the recently leaked Xbox 720 document.
Inevitably adding credence to the document itself, Microsoft has ordered Ihned.cz to remove the storage of the 56-page-long document from the site (via Eurogamer). The firm has claimed ownership of the document, which they referred to as their "IEB Roadmap". IEB is an abbreviation of Interactive Entertainment Business, which is the division of Microsoft that manages Xbox.
The aforementioned takedown request follows law firm Covington & Birling LLP requesting the removal of the document from the original source, Scribd. Microsoft has utilized the company in the past and C&B itself has listed the firm as one of its clients.
SmartGlass, 3D glasses, cloud gaming and Blu-ray support were all confirmed for the Xbox 360 successor in the document. To further add to the credence, it dates back to 2010, with SmartGlass being announced during E3 2012.
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