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A couple of weeks back Sony announced that it is going to conduct a PlayStation Experience community event in December which will span over two days and will feature “over 400,000 square feet of PlayStation.” Activities at the event include contests, panels, signings, collectible memorabilia and chance to play some upcoming PlayStation titles. The event will take place between December 6th and December 7th in Las Vegas and tickets for PlayStation Experience event go on sale tomorrow.

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It has not been long since Apple released OS X Yosemite for all supported Mac machines and it looks like some of them have developed problems apparently related to Bluetooth after they were updated to the new software. Some users have contributed countless posts to a thread on Apple’s official support forums complaining about Bluetooth problems that surfaced after they updated their machines to OS X Yosemite.

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stevejobs movie

In case the Ashton Kutcher starring movie on Steve Jobs was not your cup of tea rest assured that there is another project in the works. Aaron Sorkin, of The West Wing, The Social Network and The Newsroom fame, has written a movie based on some of the most important moments in the professional life of deceased Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. There were rumors about the actor who will be tapped to play Jobs but now confirmation has come from Sorkin himself. Christian Bale will play Steve Jobs in the biopic.

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Microsoft has announced, rather quietly, that the free Xbox Music streaming service will bite the dust on December 1st. This service allowed subscribers to stream unlimited music for the first six months after which they were limited to 10 hours of streaming per month, along with advertisements being played at regular intervals.

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Carriers are battling it out these days over family plans and Sprint today announced a new offering that may entice low-end data users. For $20 the carrier is now offering 1GB of share data allowance with the Sprint Family Share Pack. The third largest wireless carrier unders its rivals Verizon and AT&T with this latest offering, since the former only offers 500MB data at this price and the latter only 300MB.

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leeo smart alert 1 640x359Not only are our phones getting smarter, but our homes are starting to become just as smart as well. Now we have seen efforts from the likes of Nest, Philips, and Belkin just to name a few who have introduced appliances in our homes that will learn our habits and will be more intuitive instead of just sitting here consuming electricity.

Well if you’re in the market for more smart home objects, the Leeo Smart Alert might be a product worth taking a look at. As you can see in the image above, one of the features of the Leeo Smart Alert is to function as a nightlight, and a very beautiful one at that. However it also has the ability to listen for alarms that might come from your smoke/monoxide detectors. Read full post →Leeo Smart Alert Is More Than Just A Beautiful Nightlight


world of warcraft 640x400World of Warcraft players come from all over the world, which also means that in some parts of the world, the amount of lag players experience will differ from those living in the US or in Europe where some of Blizzard’s servers are located at. Now the good news is that after what seemed like forever, Blizzard has finally announced that they will be deploying new servers to cater to the Australian and New Zealand market.

This should ultimately mean that gamers living in those regions or who are playing close to those regions will experience smoother gameplay. “Players currently on an Oceanic realm—Barthilas, Frostmourne, Thaurissan, Saurfang, Caelestrasz, Jubei’Thos, Khaz’goroth, Aman’Thul, Nagrand, Dath’Remar, Dreadmaul, and Gundrak—should automatically experience improved latency once the new game servers go live.” Read full post →Blizzard Launches Australian World Of Warcraft Servers


Boiling water is a pretty straightfoward process. You can choose to heat up the water by sticking it into the microwave, you could boil it over a stove, or you could use an electric kettle. However it seems that Danish design studio Chudy and Grase have decided to reinvent the kettle, giving it a more minimalist and simple design.

Dubbed “Miito”, it’s basically where users can place their cup or container over an induction base, and through the use of a magnetic rod which they stick into the cup, the water or your drink inside will come to a boil with the heat being conducted via the rod itself. It’s an interesting design and it’s great if you’re trying to heat up a specific amount of liquid. Read full post →Miito Introduces A New Way Of Boiling Water


beoplay a2 640x400Bluetooth speakers have typically gotten a bad rep simply because there are some who do not believe that speakers are meant to be wireless as it could distort some of the audio qualities. That might be true, but at the same time they are incredibly portable which makes them great if you’re going on a trip.

That being said, the folks at Bang & Olufsen have recently taken the wraps off the BeoPlay A2. These are the company’s first Bluetooth speakers which is interesting given that the company has been known for their high-end home theater systems, and surprisingly they cost around $399/€350/£299 which is less than what we had initially thought. Read full post →Bang & Olufsen BeoPlay A2 Bluetooth Speakers Unveiled


fastest internet 640x640There’s a quote which says, “Nothing is certain except for death and taxes.” For the most part this is true as people around the world are being taxed by their governments for all sorts of things. Sales tax, service tax, import/export taxes, income tax, and interestingly enough in Hungary, internet tax.

The Hungarian government has recently proposed a bill which could see the implementation of internet tax come 2015. The idea is to tax data transfers which would see internet service providers pay as much as 150 forints (around $0.60) per gigabyte of data transferred, although the “good news” is that it will allow for companies to offset corporate income tax at the same time. Read full post →Hungarian Government Plans On Taxing Internet Data Transfers