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PlayStation Now for PC

Could this mean the death of gaming consoles? PlayStation Now will soon let you play anywhere you have a PC! Sony has announced that its streaming service PlayStation Now is ”making the jump” to Windows PC, bringing an array of PlayStation-exclusives. PC users will now have access to over 400 of the PlayStations best titles (including Uncharted, God of War and Ratchet & Clank) and youll be able to enjoy them with a DualShock Controller and a wireless adapter. The PC app is expected to launch in parts of Europe soon, followed by a North American release shortly thereafter. 



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Sennheiser PXC 550 Wireless

Audio experts Sennheiser have announced the good-looking PXC 550 wireless headphones. The premium foldable headset is designed specifically for frequent travelers, delivering exceptional sound quality with adaptive noise cancelation that creates your own aural space in even the most chaotic of environments. They also feature an extraordinary battery life of up to 30 hours of continuous use (you can span the globe on a single charge), and come with a companion app th...
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CORE WIRELESS SPEAKER SYSTEM

The Core Wireless Speaker System is a revolutionary product that is taking crowdfunding website indiegogo by storm. The Core might very well be the only speaker you will ever need, it is a high tech marvel and considered "The most advanced wireless speaker system ever developed”. What really impresses on the Core, besides its striking looks and portability, is the sound quality, this single device produces huge multi-dimensional stereo sound as if you were listening...
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NYMI

Nymi is a new smart wristband capable of replacing your passwords, your car keys, even your fingerprints! Developed by Bionym, it uses a person´s ECG(a measure of the electrical activity generated by your heart), unique to you as as your fingerprint. The bracelet will only work with you after authenticating, and is equipped with many sensors for letting certain devices know when to turn on, for unlocking your phone without a password and for payments, pass...
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