CNET now available via Xbox 360

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Seamus Byrne is the Editor of CNET Australia. At other times he'll be found messing with apps, watching TV, building LEGO, and rolling dice. Usually at the same time.

We've gone beyond your browser and your app stores. CNET can now be found on Xbox 360, as well as Samsung and LG smart TVs.

CNET videos are now available on Xbox 360.
(Credit: Microsoft)

Starting today, you'll be able to watch a wealth of CNET video content right on your Xbox 360.

Video on the web is changing, and the CNET team is working hard to make our video offerings something you'd enjoy watching, not just on your computer, but also on your couch. Now you can test that theory more easily than ever with the release of CNET for Xbox 360.

At launch, you'll find great videos from our global CNET friends, like Always On with Molly Wood and Brian Cooley's On Cars. In a few months, Australian shows will join the mix of options, including Lexy Savvides' Hack Attack.

If you haven't been exploring the apps on your smart TVs lately, you should take another look. CNET can also be found on both Samsung and LG smart TV platforms, with other platforms coming online soon.

From our hands-on and how-to videos to our fully fledged shows, we want CNET to be available wherever you want to dip in and get your tech fix. So go get it!

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lee koo posted a comment   
United States

Nice! I'm using it now.


Spartan Jack 17 posted a comment   

While its good that Cnet is accessible on more platforms, would it kill you to update your android app? Compared to the iOS version it looks like it was made 5byears ago for symbian.


Rolloxan posted a comment   

"Xbox was released November 15, 2001 in North America and March 15, 2002 in Australia"

... took a while


Im Batman posted a comment   

Cool, i will keep an eye out for it to see if it pops onto the Sony "smart" platform

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