Xbox Music has announced integration with OneDrive that will allow songs store on the cloud storage system to be played from the app. This includes the app on Windows 8, Windows Phone 8.1, Xbox 360, and Xbox One. While it isn’t exactly a full music streaming service, OneDrive integration will make it easier for users to play their music while away from their computers.
Along with the list of announcements and unveiling Apple made at its “Spring Forward” event on 9th March 2015, the Cupertino giant announced the reduction of prices of the Apple TV from USD99 to USD69. In terms of Malaysian Ringgit, that’s a RM60 deduction from RM349 to RM279.
Sony has just launched the Walkman NW-ZX2 in Malaysia. Unveiled back at CES 2015, this particular device actually runs on Android 4.2; but this is no smartphone. In fact, it is a high-resolution portable audio player. Bearing the Walkman moniker, the ZX2 is mostly aimed at audiophiles who enjoy good music quality on the go.
Huawei has revealed the TalkBand N1, a set of wireless earphones that also function as a media player and fitness tracker. The wireless capabilities allow it to travel with the user without the need for a smartphone, although it does have limitations when not paired with a proper device.
Sony will be releasing a new microSDXC card in the Japanese market. This memory card will feature “premium sound”, something that even Sony isn’t too sure about. In fact, the company has said that it is not sure who will be buying these microSDXC cards, but it is sure that someone will want it.
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.