Welcome, Guest

Microsoft has already promised support for audio
(1 viewing) (1) Guest
What does it mean to live in Panama? How are the general circumstances? To make vacations doesnt mean living. Here you can find information about the life in Panama..
  • Page:
  • 1

TOPIC: Microsoft has already promised support for audio

Microsoft has already promised support for audio 2 years, 9 months ago #2525

  • jma325
  • Junior Boarder
  • Posts: 39
  • Karma: 0
PlayStation 4 gets Netflix and more at launch, but where's the music?. PlayStation 4 buyers will have plenty of streaming video options when the console launches next week, but will likely have to get their tunes from elsewhere.In a blog post, Sony announced 11 entertainment apps that will be available at launch:Amazon Instant VideoCrackleCrunchyrollEPIXHulu PlusNBA Game TimeNetflixNHL GameCenter LiveRedbox Instant by VerizonVuduYuppTVUsers should be well-covered for movies and television, between subscription services such as Netflix and on-demand sources such as Vudu and Amazon. Still, Sony's game console is missing a few major video apps, including WatchESPN, HBO Go and YouTube.The bigger omission is music, with not a single third-party music app on the list. The only option for music on the PS4 is Sony's own subscription-based Music Unlimited service. It's possible that users could stream some other music sources through the PS4's Web browser, but we won't know how well that works until the console launches.To make matters worse, the PS4 won't play MP3s or audio CDs, and doesn't support DLNA for playing music from a networked computer. (This could change in the future, with a Sony FAQ saying "We appreciate your feedback and are exploring possibilities.")Microsoft hasn't announced a full streaming app lineup for the Xbox One yet. The Xbox 360's music choices include iHeartRadio, Last.FM, Rhapsody, Slacker and Vevo, but there's no Neverwinter Account word on whether these apps will make the leap to Microsoft's next console. Still, Microsoft has already promised support for audio CDs, MP3s and DLNA streaming.Sony's PS4 is launching on November 15, for $400. The Xbox One is coming out one week later for $500. Steam user count tops Xbox Live ahead of Valve's console push. Anyone who thinks PC gaming is in trouble hasn't heard of Steam.Valve's popular PC game store and online service now has more than 65 million active accounts, the company announced, up 30 percent from a year ago. The number of PC Neverwinter gamers using Steam is now greater than the number of Xbox Live users, which stands at 48 million according to Microsoft.Unmentioned by Valve, however, is how many of those users are on Windows, versus other platforms. It's probably the vast majority.Valve has a big challenge ahead as it tries to make Linux the premiere gaming platform of the future. The company is preparing to launch SteamOS, a Linux-based open platform for living room gaming, and has promised a variety of " Steam Machines" to come.With 65 million active users, Valve is trying to capitalize and expand into TV game consoles. The problem is that most of the 3,000 Neverwinter games on Valve's Steam service are Windows-only, and it's unclear how willing publishers are to port their Neverwinter games to Linux.Valve head Gabe Newell has been quite vocal in his disdain for Windows 8's walled app store, but for now.

Re: Microsoft has already promised support for audio 1 year, 11 months ago #3882

  • oulbidal
  • Fresh Boarder
  • Posts: 3
  • Karma: 0
Speaking of battles along with gifts! We have now only presented each of our 2014 fifa FIFPro Entire world XI Predictor sport! Pick the 11 avid gamers that you just feel are going to be honored an area inside standard 2014 fifa FIFPro Entire world XI in January's fifa Ballon d'Or so you may get a number of outstanding gifts. Participate in the globe XI Predictor currently. Each of our winning trades talk about his or her suffers from.

  • Page:
  • 1
Time to create page: 0.22 seconds
Since 2007 the online travel guide #1 for Panama and Panama City.