Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: Get a Play TV for $46, see the dedicated drone mode on Sony’s 4K Action Cam, the reasons why video games have beta testing.
- The latest version of Sony’s Action Cam comes with an advanced image-stabiliser that was especially designed for use with RC drones. The result is silky-smooth aerial shots instead of the ugly juddering that drone footage is infamous for. Check out this comparison video to see the results.
- You can currently get the Play TV for $46 from Harvey Norman; a saving of $42.
- Filmmaker James Casey shares New Yorker’s obsession with coffee and shows them talking about it in this neat video that made me crave a cup of deep black joe.
- Running out of online music space? Google Play has expanded its music storage limit from 20,000 songs to 50,000. [Via OzBargain]
- There are two main varieties of TVs that you can buy at the moment, and each has its own set of advantages. Gizmodo takes a look at how they display bright and vibrant pictures in your living room.
- Public Alphas, closed Betas, Early Access — nowadays it feels as though video games are being designed and built before our eyes. With our help. Our feedback. What does that mean for the video games we play and the people who make them? Kotaku investigates.