Los Angeles, Jun 2: In what seems to be an effort to to improve social and entertainment features on its Xbox 360 gaming console, Microsoft is all set to introduce facebook, twitter and last.fm on its Xbox Live online community.
Microsoft on Monday, Jun 1 announced that its gaming console will now see music-streaming service last.fm, Web social network Facebook and microblogging site Twitter into its Xbox Live online community. With this the Xbox Live users can stay connected with the world without having to use a computer.
This revelation was made at E3, the annual video game conference in Los Angeles where the company has released new games.
Making the gaming console more than just that, the company aims at getting the Xboxes moved to the centre of its owner's living room.