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Briefly: Microsoft's new budget mouse, new Sonos app released

updated 04:30 pm EDT, Tue March 18, 2014

Microsoft's Wireless Mobile Mouse 1850 announced

Microsoft has announced its new lightweight wireless mouse, the Wireless Mobile Mouse 1850. Priced at less than $15, the 1850 uses 2.4GHz wireless technology for a reliable computer connection, and holds a built-in mini USB transceiver that can be plugged into one's computer or hidden inside the mouse. The mouse will be offered in black, red, pink, purple and dark blue, and is due to be available this month.



Sonos introduces new Sonos app for Android, iOS version to follow

Sonos, a company specializing in home audio, has announced its new controller app for Android, with an iOS version in the works. Offering a redesigned interface, the app focuses on providing intuitive navigation between its three main modules. Users can switch between currently playing music on one's Sonos device, what room it is playing in and how to find the next song to play. Its universal search function combines streaming services (such as Pandora or Spotify) together to provide centralized searching for an artist in one window, and searching for that artist across all subscribed services simultaneously. Currently available in a beta format, Android users interested in testing the new app can log into their Sonos account for more information.



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