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Samsung’s Gear Circle, a bizarre neck-worn stereo headphone, launches in the US

Samsung has announced that its latest device, the Gear Circle , is now available in the US. The Gear Circle is a Bluetooth headphone that wraps around the back of the user’s neck to vibrate and alert them to calls and notifications.

The device has a reported battery life of nine hours of play time and 11 hours of talk time (so… somewhere in the middle, if you plan to use it for both activities). The Gear Circle supports S Voice for audio commands. When not being used as headphones, the user can snap the earpieces together to wear as a ‘smart necklace’ of sorts.

No details on price just yet, but the Gear Circle is currently available at T-Mobile stores, and will come to AT&Tom, Amazonom, Samsungom and Best Buy stores “later this month.”

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Sky’s NOW TV box finally gets a YouTube app

Sky has announced that users of its Roku-made £10 streaming NOW TV box can now download a YouTube app for the device via the Roku Channel Store for the first time.

While it’s not a big update, the addition is significant; the NOW TV boxes cost just £10 because they allow Sky to potentially increase the number of paying subscribers for its NOW TV Entertainment, Movies and Sports packages. However, the downside is a more cut-back list of app options than you would find on a Roku-branded device. With YouTube now joining BBC iPlayer, 4oD, ITV Player, Demand 5 and a number of other channels available via the NOW TV box, the device becomes an even more compelling low-cost option

Still, don’t expect to see rival services like Netflix or Amazon Prime streaming arriving on Sky’s NOW TV box any time soon.

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