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JB Hi-Fi NOW has been a bit up and down for the retailer when it comes to selling music online. Regardless, the platform has grown and grown over the last few years, and now it looks like JB is gearing up to use it as a platform for game distribution, too. Mark at Kotaku reports that JB is thinking about putting games onto NOW, but not before it sticks TV shows and movies on there first. [Kotaku]
With the right skills, you can port Jelly Bean’s Google Now over to your Ice Cream Sandwich Android device. If you want to try the oh-so-creepy predictive assistant, but you’re not yet running a build 4.1 operating system, you can do so following a set of instructions posted on the XDA Developers forums.
JB HiFi dropped a few teasers about it last week, but today the retailer’s music streaming service has officially gone live, albeit in beta format.