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PlayStation 4 DLNA and MP3 playback possible once more

PlayStation 4 DLNA and MP3 playback possible once more

Though the PlayStation 4 wont work with DLNA and MP3 playback right out of the box, it's been confirmed this week by Sony that they'll certainly be looking at incorporating the features in the near future. Due to overwhelming response to the idea that neither DLNA or MP3 playback would be available on the gaming console, Sony seems to have turned a corner on their aim to have them work.

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Nokia World 2013 predictions: what we’ll see in Dubai

Nokia World 2013 predictions: what we’ll see in Dubai

A collection of devices will likely be revealed this week by Nokia - everything from a tablet to a smartphone (or more than one) to an MP3 streaming music player. This smallest of the collection of devices has been tipped with the name Nokia Guru - at the moment it would appear likely that this name refers to the early code-naming of the machine rather than the final release name. It'll work with MP3s inside as well as wired earphones, a physical volume button, and microUSB.

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Grand Theft Auto V soundtrack appears on iTunes and Google Play

Grand Theft Auto V soundtrack appears on iTunes and Google Play

The team at RockStar games have wasted no time capitalizing on the popularity of not only the game Grand Theft Auto V itself, but the music gamers are able to listen to inside the vehicles of the game. This is otherwise known as GTA Radio, having become a rather interesting side-project and powerful result of the GTA Effect - aka the opening up of games to an "open sandbox" bit of gameplay allowing the user to make the game what they want it to be. It's also part of the ever-expanding world of in-game earning, though in this case you'll need to actually exit the game to purchase each individual track.

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Amazon AutoRip UK arrives: Free digital versions of your CD buys

Amazon AutoRip UK arrives: Free digital versions of your CD buys

Amazon has brought its AutoRip service to the UK, offering CD and vinyl buyers - whether new or based on historic purchases - a free MP3 copy on over 350,000 albums. Launched in the US back in January, Amazon AutoRip tries to address the balance between the immediacy of digital and the physical reassurance of a CD or vinyl record, with purchases dating back to 1999 (and even including cassettes) qualifying for a digital version. Whether you'll want to be reminded of your musical tastes in the late 90s is your own problem.

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iTunes breaks 25 billion songs sold – a new record!

iTunes breaks 25 billion songs sold – a new record!

This week Apple has made it clear that they're continuing to bust up the record books with a massive 25 billion songs sold. This record takes on the digital sales record with the iTunes Store having reached a 15,000 song downloads per minute mark on average - crazy stuff! The 25 billionth song sold goes to none other than Chase Buch with the song “Monkey Drums” (Goksel Vancin Remix), and rewards are in store!

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Amazon AutoRip: Free MP3 of your CD purchases since 1998

Amazon AutoRip: Free MP3 of your CD purchases since 1998

Amazon has renewed its assault on Apple's iTunes business, launching AutoRip, a virtual CD ripping service that not only gives a free MP3 copy of (eligible) albums bought online, but does the same for the past fifteen years of purchases. Rumored earlier, AutoRip automatically adds an MP3 version of a purchased CD to the customer's Amazon Cloud Player, with a catalog of more than 50,000 tracks and 256kbps quality.

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