Two classic Grand Theft Auto games hit PSN this week
Classic handheld titles Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories and Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories are set to hit the big time this week, dropping on PlayStation Network for the bargain price of £9.99. Now you too can bask in the neon glow of Vice City Stories' 1980s setting – Office Cat, who made some truly regrettable fashion choices during that decade, prefers to forget.
Despite being one of the key players in the cloud services industry, Amazon apparently missed a key trick in its Cloud Drive service by failing to provide a file syncing function. Fortunately, Amazon's finally fixed this shortcoming, quietly rolling out the ability to drag and drop files easily into your online folders, which will then be automatically uploaded and synced with your other devices.
Playboy hits the iPhone
As a young feline-about-town, Office Cat may have occasionally rifled through a copy of Playboy. For the articles – honest. Now that the official app's hit the iPhone Newsstand, that excuse is actually believable – thanks to Apple's content policies, the models are fully-clad, with the app drawing from the mag's articles on "the artisanal good life and modern culture," along with exclusive online content. Subscriptions start from £1.49 for a month, going up to £7.49 for six months and £13.99 for a year.
Grand Theft Auto V cover art revealed
As if there wasn't enough Grand Theft Auto news today, Rockstar Games has decided to whet gamers' apptities with the official cover art for Grand Theft Auto V. When you're done poring over the details, check out the recently released screenshots to while away the hours until the game's delayed 17th September release date.
If you have yet to take part in Lara Croft's latest adventure then you'll be glad to hear that you can pick up a copy of Tomb Raider on the PS3 for a mere £25, thanks to a Hot UK Deals find. Read our review while you wait to step into Lara's boots once again.
PowerDVD 13 out today
Cyberlink PowerDVD 13 hits virtual shelves today, and comes packed with plenty of features to satiate the appetite of hardcore movie-watchers. Its handiest tricks include the ability to stream any video file to your iPad (converting them on-the-fly) and you can even save them to your iSlate for hassle-free viewing when you're out and about. TrueTheatre HD technology also enhances your existing movies, with more accurate colours and sharper pictures as well as 2D to 3D conversion. For more info, check out Cyberlink.
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