More People Now Stream Video and Music on the Xbox than Play Online Games
Microsoft has never hid its desire to turn the Xbox 360 into the heart of the digital home. Microsoft wants more than gamers to desire the Xbox. To accomplish that, Microsoft has been adding more and more streaming video services to Xbox Live and the services hit a milestone.
Microsoft reports that now the average home spends 84 hours a month on Xbox Live playing games, watching videos, and listening to music. The software giant reports that slightly more than half of that time was spent watching video and streaming music. That means you're more likely to find the Xbox 360user watching video than fragging noobs on MW3.
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