Sony offers 100 free movies to its PlayStation Plus Premium subscribers

Sony has released its own movie streaming app for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. There’s a decent perk for subscribers of PlayStation Plus Premium: Members get access to a library of up to 100 ad-free Sony Pictures films at no extra cost.



Sony says the lineup includes Looper, Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV, Elysium and Resident Evil Damnation. The company also plans to add some anime content from Crunchyroll to Sony Pictures Core, and it added that benefits for all PS Plus subscribers are on the way. It should go a little way to rationalizing the .

Given Sony’s big push to turn its gaming franchises into movies and TV shows, it makes sense for those franchises to return to the PlayStation. And if Netflix can do games, PlayStation can do movies, okay?

— Mat Smith

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A single model that supports both Bluetooth and ultra-wideband.



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The streamer also announced a sequel to Slayaway Camp.

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The company will test its answer to SpaceX’s Starlink service.

Amazon’s Kuiper satellites will soon make their debut in orbit. Project Kuiper is Amazon’s answer to SpaceX’s Starlink service. At the moment, its plans entail launching 3,200 satellites over the next six years to form a constellation of internet connectivity to far-flung places. The company says it’s on track to deploy its first production satellites in the first half of 2024 and to start beta testing with commercial users.

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There’s still no Calendar support.

Google has finally released a version of Gmail for Wear OS to accompany the launch of the Pixel Watch 2, as originally spotted by 9to5Google. The company teased this feature back in May at I/O — it’s been a long time coming. Google hasn’t offered a direct way to access Gmail with its smartwatches, outside of notifications. And it made Gmail…

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