After offering a sneak peek as to what we could expect at CES in January, Sony finally unveiled it's 2013 Australian TV range last night, and the focus is moving away from smarter TVs in terms of content and into smarter panels in terms of picture and sound.
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It's a little behind schedule, but Sony's released an iOS app for its Music Unlimited service, expanding its range beyond Android and Sony's own Bravia and Playstation devices.
You've plopped out your monthly subscription fee for Sony's Music Unlimited service. You enjoy hearing your favourite tunes through your PS3, Sony Bravia TV, Android phone and PC. But your iOS devices are lacking the love, and you hate it when any of your gadgets miss out. Well, Sony has heard your prayers, and confirmed an iOS app for its Music Unlimited service.
It's not just the PSP which will benefit from an update bringing along the Music Unlimited streaming service - the NGP and Xperia Play will also see the Qriocity-powered service at a later date. The cloud-based streaming service is already available on the PS3 and Bravia TVs, and it has six million songs to date.
As well as launching in the US overnight, Sony's Music Unlimited service will today go live in Australia.
Sony's reportedly thinking about pulling out of iTunes entirely in order to focus on their cloud-streaming Music Unlimited service. This might be a reaction to Apple's fight with Sony's Reader app in the App Store two weeks ago, or it might be part of a larger plan.
At their IFA keynote today, Sony announced two new cloud-based entertainment services: Video On Demand powered by Qriocity and Music Unlimited powered by Qriocity. Okay, apparently the VOD Qriocity has been available in the U.S. for a while, but for anyone who missed that announcement, here's what it means.