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Twitch broadcasting will soon come to Sony Xperia phones

Earlier this week, in a blog post, Sony announced a new partnership with Twitch to enable broadcasting of gameplay from phones. There is no clue on how this system will work as of yet but now doubt we will find out when it launches. Twitch live streaming will be compatible with the following Sony phones; Xperia Z3+ Xperia Zv Xperia Z4v Z4 tablet The Director of Business Development at Twitch, […]

Third beta of OS X El Capitan, watchOS 2 and iOS 9 released

Today, Apple has released the third versions of the OS X El Capitan beta, watchOS 2 beta and iOS 9 beta to registered developers. All three operating systems were released exactly a month ago at Apple’s WWDC conference in June. OS X El Capitan beta 3 The third build of El Capitan comes just over two weeks after the second version, this version brings a brand new version of two-factor […]

Sony PS4 1TB will be £350 in the UK, same as Xbox One

The PS4 1TB edition was revealed a little after Microsoft unveiled the larger, 1TB version of the Xbox One – but now we know the price of the PS4 1TB in the United Kingdom and it will be priced at £349.99, which is actually the same as the Xbox One. But like the Xbox, included in the price are some extras such as the PlayStation TV which enables in home streaming […]

Google now testing self-driving cars in Austin, Texas

Google is now testing its self-driving cars in Austin, Texas, in the next phase. Google revealed the plans in a Google+ post recently which basically states that it is very important to test products and software in different environments. The car as first shown to the city mayor of Austin two years back in 2013. Google, from the Google+ blog post We’ve chosen Austin, Texas, as a new testing location […]

Latest SSD from Samsung is 2TB, but is costly

The latest model of the solid-state drives (SSDs) from Samsung now goes up to a whopping 2TB with the new 850 Evo and 850 Pro. Currently these models are only available in desktop versions, but Samsung has confirmed that laptop versions will be coming soon. Samsung has long been making 1TB versions of these drives (over a year in fact) but these upgrades aren’t just an iterative change, Samsung has […]

Amazon “Prime Day” will feature membership and item discounts

Amazon is actually 20 years old today, to celebrate the retail giant is offering £20 off the cost of Prime for the first 12 months as well as masses of discounts; according to Amazon “more than Black Friday.” “Prime Day,” as July 15th is called will give Amazon a chance to sell more things to members of Prime and the actual cost of the membership will down from £79 to […]

Beats 1 has a request feature which it borrows from traditional radio

Apple’s Beats 1 radio which is fronted Zane Lowe, Ebro Dardan and Julie Adenuga has a requests show just like every other radio station. Listeners can request any music that they like on the specific “Requests” show. RELATED – Dr. Dre has his own radio show, on Beats 1 The Beats 1 Tumblr page has a dedicated page for getting in contact when requesting a song, with phone numbers for […]

Dr. Dre debuts his own radio show on Beats 1 later today

This week has been busy for Apple, with iOS 8.4, Apple Music and Beats 1. But as we approach the end of the first week of the brand new radio station we are seeing new shows such as the recently announced show from Dr. Dre himself. at 6PM ET/11pm BST “The Pharmacy” will be broadcasting on Beats 1. Dr. Dre along with other guests will be playing “West coast music” […]

Windows 10 10162 launches, third build in one week

This week has been a busy week for Windows Insiders, with three builds in one week, 10158 and 10159 now the latest from Microsoft is 10162. On Blogging Windows – the company posted some information on the new build. Bug squashing Windows 10 10159 included over 300 bug fixes and now 10162 has improved stability (which is much needed) improved battery life and boosted performance. This build is only for users in the Fast […]

The ‘Netflix Card’ is a new pay-as-you-go system for the service

Signing up for Netflix in the UK gives you two options: Enter in card details on the website or use PayPal. The latest idea from Netflix allows you to use the service on a pay-as-you-go type system, basically allowing you to access a few more films after the free trial a bit easier than signing up fully. The “Netflix Card’ comes in three different price tiers – £15, £25 and £50. […]