If you weren’t able to make it out to one of eight Jay-Z shows at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, the final show from Saturday’s available via a YouTube stream. Jay-Z came out in his all-black attire featuring a goose down hooded vest, gold chains, a limited-edition Just Don Nets snapback and the newly unveiled Brooklyn Nets jersey. Check the stream below.
Apple has released iTunes 10.5.1 which brings along a few minor fixes but also gives users access to iTunes Match, a feature in iTunes that users can subscribe to for $24.99 annually. It’s listed as a beta feature, and beta subscribers are warned that their iCloud libraries will be deleted at the end of the beta. To thank beta testers for their participation, Apple is offering them an additional three months on their subscription.
By now, the App Store has been flooded with tons of remote control apps but none may be as interesting as Teevox. If you’re one lazy mofo, then let this app control your Hulu or Netflix shows streaming on your computer. Just pick the show you want to play from the list and it’ll begin streaming on your PC. While playing, you can do everything you could with a mouse as well as some added features that might make your whole show watching experience a bit more amusing. Mashable tells us the app even allows you to, “Participate in live show-based chats with other viewers, see what your friends are watching and earn pink stars (part of Teevox’s reward system) for app behaviors that you can exchange for reputation goodies like a new Teevok title.”
Teevox is free so what are you waiting for? Download it here and let us know how it goes.
VidZone is going to be Sony’s music video streaming service for the PlayStation 3, giving users access thousands of videos for free whenever they want. Using Remote Play with your PSP, you can access the videos on the go. VidZone is already one of Europe’s leading online music video services and by being accessible as application on all of the continent’s PS3s, we can’t wait to see what else this will birth.
All you have to do is download the VidZone music video application from PlayStation Store, free of charge, and access the service via the icon that appears under [Music] on the PS3 Home Menu (XMB). That’s all you have to do to get free, unlimited access to thousands of music videos, with many more coming in regular updates.
It’s an enticing offer from Sony but unfortunately, only Europe is set to receive it in the coming months.
If anyone owns a Slingbox, then you know how useful it is for streaming video. Well, those smart cookies unveiled the Slingbox Pro-HD earlier in the year and it’s finally available for sale. The unit allows you to send HD content to a different unit on your network or anywhere else on the internet. Plus, if you have a Slingcatcher, you can watch full HD video anywhere in your house.
It supports 16:9 widescreen video, as well as four input-output sets (ATSC, S-video, composite video and component video, along with analog or digital audio out). If you’ve got a fast enough Ethernet network or a fast enough Wi-Fi network, you can view the full 1080i video on your laptop or on another TV.
The unit’s available on Slingmedia.com for $299. Sling does not require a monthly fee, so stream all you want!