After a long wait, PlayStation Now Open Beta will be arriving for all PlayStation 4 owners in both the United States and Canada starting tomorrow. Thus far, PS Now has been in a private beta that some lucky gamers have had access to, but that'll all change tomorrow when Sony removes the shackles and begins seeking mass feedback on the offering.
Avid comic book readers will be quite familiar with Comixology's digital library. They might also be well versed with how those copies are pretty much all "protected" by DRM technology. Comixology is now changing that status quo just a bit and is now offering DRM-free backups, in PDF and CBZ formats, but only for some select titles and publishers.
Samsung has taken the wraps off its own premium products for audiophiles, the Level lineup of headphones and related gadgets. Kicking things off are two pairs of headphones, a set of earbuds, and a Bluetooth speaker, all of which are set to launch tomorrow at Gilt.com, followed by wider availability later this month.
Airbnb is branding the service anew, but not changing. The rental app wanted to convey a new sense of “belonging”, so they’ve created a new logo as well as a wholly new typeface. Though a refresh is here, the service itself will remain the same.
As with other models in the category, Vizio's Smart TVs offer users the ability to do many things that would otherwise be relegated to tablets or smartphones. Starting today, they've gained some additional functionality, with Transgaming announcing the availability of its wares on the platform.
Hours after the announcement was leaked, Namco Bandai has confirmed it: Tekken 7 is a thing. And it even has a teaser trailer for it. But while old time fans of the Tekken series have panned, if not maligned, recent entries in the franchise, Tekken 7 is a tad interesting, if only for a technical consideration that Namco has revealed as well.
Yahoo has announced another business move, this one involving trimming the proverbial fat from its services. Said Senior Vice President of the Cloud Platform Group Jay Rossiter, the company has updated its plans to shut down products that aren't so popular anymore, among them being things like its Yahoo Voices content platform.