At a partners event today, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer announced Xbox Music, a music service (obviously) that will be launching on the Xbox 360 this fall. Likely based on the Zune Marketplace, the service will feature over 11 million songs, and Kinect users will be able to use voice recognition to search for songs.
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