Sony Slashes Music Unlimited 12-month Subscriptions

Sony has announced a new offers this week for its both PlayStation Plus Members and non-members, which has slashed the prices of it’s streaming music service, Music Unlimited, to just $12 or £11.99 within the UK for PlayStation Plus Members.

A subscription to Sony’s Music Unlimited would have normally cost users $9.99 a month, so the new one-off payment of $12 and provides users of the music streaming service a healthy saving.

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Google Working On Open Alternative To Apple’s AirPlay

This week it has been reported by the GigaOm technology website that Google is currently developing an open alternative to Apple’s Airplay feature, which allows Apple device owners to stream content from their mobile devices to HDTV’s and sound systems.

Recently YouTube launched a new feature for Google TV for Android that allows owners to beam YouTube video from your Android devices directly to your Google TV.

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Facebook Testing Automatic Photo Synchronisation On iOS Devices

Facebook has this week started testing a new service which allows iOS device owners to automatically sync photographs from their devices. Enabling you to easily then share your synced photos on your timeline from your desktop or mobile device.

Once you have enabled photo syncing on your iOS device, your mobile photos will be saved to a private section within your Facebook Photos, from where you can decide on how you would like to share them with others, via either post or private message.

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Amazon Kindle Fire HD Tablet Gets Taken Apart

The launch of every major electronic gadget is these days is quickly followed by a complete teardown, revealing the devices inner workings, and the launch of Amazon’s new Kindle Fire HD tablet is no exception.

The team over at Powerbook Medic has taken their tools to Amazons new top of the range Kindle Fire HD 8.9″ tablet, revealing all its inner components to the world.

Amazon Kindle Fire HD Tablet Gets Taken Apart

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EyeTV Adapter Adds Live TV To Your iOS Devices

If you would prefer to watch live TV on your iOS devices, rather than use any of the movie streaming services available to you. You might be interested in a new live TV adapter which has been created by Elgato and Dyle mobile TV.

The new EyeTV adapter enables iOS devices to receive mobile TV signals using a miniature antenna, without the need for an Internet connection, allowing you to enjoy media without being connected.

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PS3 Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 Patch Released

Activision has today released a new patch for the PlayStation 3 version of their new Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 game, which some gamers have revealed are experiencing system on their PS3 consoles.

PlayStation 3 locking issues experienced by gamers were occurring during online multiplayer sessions, specifically when entering a public multiplayer lobby.

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

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JBL PowerUp Speaker With NFC Charger Now Available (video)

Anyone who has been patiently waiting to get their hands on the new JBL PowerUp Speaker complete with Near Field Communication (NFC) charging unit, will be pleased to learn that JBL has now started shipping the speaker dock.

The JBL PowerUp dock was first unveiled during Nokia’s official launch presentation of a new Lumia 920 and 820 smartphones, earlier this year. Watch the video after the jump to see it in action.

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Kimdecent T21 Dual Core Mini PC Launches For $49

Adding to the ever-growing list of mini PCs now available for under $100, Kimdecent has this week unveiled a new addition to its range in the form of the Kimdecent T21 mini PC.

Kimdecent T21 is now available to purchase from AliExpress for just $49, and is powered by a 1.2 GHz Nufront NS115 dual core processor supported by 1 GB of RAM.

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Raspberry Pi Wearable Computer Created For Under $400

Anyone who owns a Raspberry Pi mini computer, and would like to build their own version of Google’s Project Glass, might be interested in the wearable computer which has been created by Instructables contributor meztek.

Meztek has taken a Raspberry Pi mini computer running Raspbian Linux, together with a pair of display glasses in the form of the Vuzix Wrap 920, together with a custom-built battery pack running on 2 x AA batteries.

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Huge Assassin’s Creed 3 Patch Announced By Ubisoft

Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 gamers who have been a little disgruntled with a number of glitches and bugs found within the new Assassin’s Creed 3 game.

We’ll be pleased to learn that Ubisoft has announced that a huge patch is currently being finalised for release for the new is expected to go live Assassin’s Creed 3 on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

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Amazon Closes Amazon Prime Monthly Payment Option

After only launching their new monthly payments subscription as a trail service for Amazon Prime on November 6th 2012, Amazon has today announced that the trial will be closing, and the monthly pay option will no longer be available for prime customers.

The handy monthly Amazon Prime subscription service enable people to pay a set $7.99 a month with a slight premium, rather than the yearly subscription of $79.

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