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Microsoft confirms it is developing an HDMI device codenamed Keystone, that connects to any TV or monitor, and offers Xbox game streaming (Jez Corden/Windows Central)




Jez Corden / Windows Central:

Microsoft confirms it is developing an HDMI device codenamed Keystone, that connects to any TV or monitor, and offers Xbox game streaming  —  The key to the cloud.  —  For a few years, rumors have persisted that Microsoft was exploring building some form of streaming stick …





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