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If you don't have a PlayStation console yet...no worries cause you can now stream games directly on your PC and maybe Smartphone....i hope so....with the new game streaming service from Sony PlayStation called "PlayStation Now".....if you are are PC gamer out there this news should make your day.

But the PS Now service is currently available in Europe, with support for North America “coming soon.” There’s also no information on an India/Asia-Pacific release any time soon.

Well that's nothing to worry about cause i now for sure it's going to be available worldwide,lets just keep our fingers crossed.

So far the PS Now service is currently available only on the following devices; PS4,Select Bravia TV's and the PS Vita,with 400 PS3 titles already available including God of war,the last of us,uncharted and more.Sony has also made available a Wireless USB adapter for the PS4 DualShock 4 controller (for $24.99) allowing you to connect one DS4 controller to your PC,according to report Sony is currently Evaluating Mac support for the PS Now service but the controller is fully compatible.This Software will work on your PC if it has the following configuration;

Windows 7 (SP1), 8.1 or 10
5 GHz Intel Core i3 or 3.8 GHz AMD A10 or faster
300 MB or more; 2 GB or more of RAM
Sound card; USB port
5Mbps or higher internet bandwidth

However the streaming isn't free,Sony is offering 2 subscription plans,you either do a monthly plan for ($19.99) or a three months plan for ($44.99) but there's going to be a 7 days free trial.

This is also an amazing news,Microsoft is offering to make all games on the Xbox One available on PC as well...I'm a PC gamer and this news has made my day.



Do not underestimate a Drone,for there are so many things a drone can be used for.Over at New Zealand Domino's Pizza aims to be the first to use Drones for deliveries,isn't that amazing?!.

Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd conducted a demonstration of pizza delivery by drone in the New Zealand city of Auckland on Thursday, and afterwards said it aimed to be the first company to launch a regular drone service, late this year.

But according to Philip Solaris the director of X-Craft Enterprises (Makers of Drones) he said "while New Zealand has accommodating regulations on drones, Domino’s would be held back by a rule requiring drones to be kept in sight at all times.I can't truly see how commercially viable that idea is because you would have to literally have somebody walking along to keep it in the line of sight, watching it at all time,Domino’s service would still need to overcome "random hazards (like) power lines, moving vehicles, children in the backyard playing", he said.


But i don't really think that would be a problem for them to overcome,cause this is a really great idea.I'm looking forward to have my pizza delivered by a drone,i'm sure you are too. *Wink*
Here's a Drone delivery testing video below;




Its exclusive,the LG V20 smartphone comes with free Bang & Olufsen (B&O) play headphones.This is a very attractive combo as we await the release of the smartphone which is expected to be launched on September 6th.

Bang & Olufsen from time have been known for making high quality audio sound equipments,now combining with LG is a great spice to the audio quality of the smartphone.Now you have a headphone that can meat your audio quality standards attached to your smartphone,gone are the days when you would dispose the headphone that come with your phone just because they do not meet audio quality expectations.

Juno Cho, president of LG Electronics and Mobile Communications Company, added: "A growing number of consumers expect a better audio experience from their smartphones than what has been available in the past and I'm confident that the V20 delivers on these expectations."

LG assures that with the new LG V series smartphone, users will experience a new premium sound experience that they have never heard before."
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