Bioware has released the tavern songs from Dragon Age: Inquisition for digital download. The music will be free from now until 9 February, after which users will have to pay for it. There is also a fan contest starting up next month with a grand prize of an Xbox One, and Malaysians are eligible to join for a change.
Sennheiser is currently working on two concept audio modules for the upcoming Project Ara smartphone from Google. Called the Amphon and Proteus, these two blocks aim to provide high definition audio on smartphones; and also seem to take the idea of a modular phone in the right direction.
The Mi Headphones are one of the many devices that Xiaomi has unveiled today at its launch event in Beijing. Featuring the capability to interchange the ear covers of the headphones, it can be both over-the-ear and on-ear headphones, allowing users to switch to whichever style that is more comfortable to them.
Xiaomi has worked on not only improving its smartphones, but also its set top box. The new Mi Box mini is barely a quarter of the size of the Mi Box announced last year, and yet still packs some impressive internals. It may also end up being mistaken for a power adapter more often than not.
Google is putting its Chromecast technology into speaker now, and is looking to make it easier for users to connect media players to sound systems. It works is essentially the same was as the Chromecast, although there is no additional hardware to pick up besides the Google Cast compatible speakers.
Microsoft is offloading MixRadio to instant messaging service Line. MixRadio is a music streaming app currently running on Windows Phone that allows for automated playlists created from the users preferences and listening habits. What Line intends to do with this kind of service is still unknown.