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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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TINY1 ASTRONOMY CAMERA

Tini1 Astronomy Camera has just landed on the market and it has made quite an impact, it´s the tiniest camera there is designed and developed to photograph the stars in the sky above us, but its greatest feature, along with the high quality lenses it comes with, is its specially developed software that enables you to locate and see exactly what you´re looking for with the guidance assistance system and Interactive Star Map. In fact, just point it at the sky, type in...
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PHILIPS SHOQBOX | BLUETOOTH PORTABLE SPEAKER

New product by Philips, the Shoqbox is a rugged, portable Bluetooth Speaker, built to endure an active lifestyle. Notable features are its shock & splash-proof design, robust rubber casing, built-in microphone for speaker phone conversation, motion control(swipe your hand to skip or pause tracks) and the ability to join various ShoqBox speakers together to listen to music in stereo. You can get it from today at Amazon...
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PIEPS AVALANCHE TRANSCEIVERS

If you´re an experienced snow rider, you´re most probably into Backcountry skiing in remote places, but the thrill of riding on unpatrolled areas can be hazardous due to, exhaustion, weather, cliffs, rock fall, tree wells, and scariest of all - avalanches. Pieps develop transceivers for backcountry skiers who regularly venture into serious terrain, they are equipped with all the cutting-edge features needed for the purpose of finding people or equipment buried under...
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