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XBMC gets a makeover, is now called Kodi

XBMC gets a makeover, is now called Kodi

XBMC has a new look and a new name to match it. The announcement was made today on the XBMC website, where the reasoning behind the change was laid out for users new and old alike. The name change takes place with this newest version, which would have been called XBMC 14, if it wasn't for the change -- instead, it is called Kodi 14, making the switch up as simple as possible.

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PlayStation Now Review

PlayStation Now Review

This review is going to be short for one reason, and one reason only: there’s not much to say. PlayStation Now works, and it works great, but until its pricing model is changed to be more like Netflix, I can’t imagine Sony having a massive amount of success with it. Not because it’s not worth the price, mind you.

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Android Photo Gallery to re-separate from Google+

Android Photo Gallery to re-separate from Google+

Over the past year Google began bundling the Android photo and video gallery into an app called Photos - and today, we’re to understand, that’s all coming to an end. The app you know as "Gallery" might not return, but word has it that Google plans on separating its photo services from Google+ in one key way: sign-ins. No longer will you need to have a Google+ social networking account to have the photo services that come along with it.

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Beats Music CEO said to head up iTunes Radio in transition

Beats Music CEO said to head up iTunes Radio in transition

Now that Apple has officially welcomed (most of) the Beats team to Cupertino, we should start hearing how they’ll incorporate who they’re keeping into the mix. The latest report hints that Beats Music CEO Ian Rogers will take over iTunes Radio for Apple. He will still run Beats Music, though, suggesting a merger of the services is incoming.

 

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