updated 11:04 pm EST, Sun February 2, 2014
Moshi releases flip cover case for iPhone 5s and 5c, features embedded touch sensors
Mobile accessory maker Moshi unveiled earlier this week its flip cover case for iPhone 5s and 5c, the SenseCover. Allowing users to swipe to answer phone calls or silence alarms without exposing the iPhone's touchscreen, Moshi's touch-sensitive plates within the front cover offers a design similar to what is seen from Samsung's S-View flip cover for Galaxy handsets. Its cutout near the top lets the caller identification information still remain visible. When access to the touchscreen is desired, the cover can be folded back and kept open by its rear-mounted magnetic clasp.
Available in black and titanium color options, the SenseCover can be purchased for $45 through Moshi.
Playstation 4 app updated, adds mobile live-stream feature
Sony's Playstation app for both Android and iOS has been updated, adding a new feature to view live-streams from fellow Playstation 4 gamers' plays. Titled "Live from Playstation," users can browse game streams from the mobile device, and upon accessing the video will be redirected to Ustream or Twitch.tv feeds. Additionally included in the update is support for video playback from Playstation Store notifications in the "What's New" section of the app, listing live game sessions. Available for both Android and iOS platforms, the Playstation app is free to download.