News flash: a lot of people signed into Facebook through Xbox LIVE after Microsoft rolled out the planned summer update that also added Last.FM and Twitter.
Microsoft dude David Dennis recently told CNET that around 2 million people have signed into the social platform via the Xbox 360. He added that half a million people have signed up for Last.FM accounts within its first full day of availability.
Dennis didn’t have numbers for the amount of people who got bored with both apps and went to play Modern Warfare 2. He also didn't have a number for the amount of people using the Twitter app, but we’re guessing a lot of people signed into that as well. Not many can resist sending that, "Hey, I'm doing this over LIVE" tweet. Not many at all.
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