There are a few rumours afoot today, with the latest suggesting that Microsoft have a Kinect-controlled Internet Explorer experience in the pipeline for Xbox 360. It would make sense, after all, the Xbox 360 is the only console that currently doesn't have one.
According to The Verge, sources have suggested that "Microsoft is currently testing a modified version of Internet Explorer 9 on its Xbox 360 console", which will allow gamers to access the entirety of the web from their armchairs. Although "tuned for Kinect usage", the report says that it won't be mandatory, and that you'll be able to surf with a normal controller, as with the rest of the Metro apps currently on Xbox LIVE.
The Xbox 360 already
boasts incorporates Bing functionality, and further details are expected at E3 next month.