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Briefly: Philips A5-PRO headphones, Little Big Adventure for mobile

updated 06:02 pm EDT, Fri March 28, 2014

Renowned DJ collaborates with Philips to produce DJ-quality headphones

Philips, in partnership with renowned DJ Armin van Buuren, has launched the A5-PRO DJ headphones. Designed for audio monitoring and mixing, the headphones' replaceable bayonet-mount cushions are available in three sizes for comfort options. Its anodized aluminum form with leather headband is foldable, and its 50mm high-definition neodymium driver offer high quality low-frequency sound. Pricing and availability have not yet been announced.



Little Big Adventure available for iOS and Android

Little Big Adventure, a classic PC and PlayStation game, has been ported onto Android and iOS. Originally released in 1994 for PC, the new version has gamers play as Twinsen, a young hero required to escape a mental health institution after being locked inside by a dictator Dr. FunFrock. The game includes new gameplay, adapted to "touch" mode, adjustable throwing and jumping distance (visible trajectory), simplified sections, and more. Little Big Adventure holds over 15 hours of gameplay, features tutorials at the beginning of the game, an automatic save function, and can be played in five languages. Priced at $4, Little Big Adventure is available on iTunes and Google Play.




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