And we start this week's [19th November] with the announcement that Spotify has joined forces with Uber to let you control the music coming out of your taxi's speakers – provided you have a Spotify Premium subscription.
You can connect your Spotify account from the Uber profile screen. Once this is done, you simply need to request a Uber ride as usual – if your car is music-enabled, the music bar will appear.
Read more: uber.com
MORE: Spotify review
Skrillex Edition UE BOOM
Ultimate Ears has collaborated with six-time Grammy Award-winning electronic dance producer Skrillex to unveil the Skrillex Edition UE Boom wireless speaker, which is expected to cost $199.
It'll be available in the US and selected European countries and provides a new look for a device that we described as having "some great features that you simply don't see" in similar products.
Read more: ultimateears.com
MORE: UE Boom review
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Mitsubishi Electric's huge video screen
Earlier this year, we reported how a Kentucky racecourse had become the proud recipient of the world's largest 4K video screen, which was installed by Panasonic and measured 171ft x 90ft.
Now, Mitsubishi Electric has revealed it will be unveiling a Diamond Vision screen in New York's Times Square that "exceeds 4K pixel density" (2,368 x 10,048) and will span a huge 25,610sq ft.
Read more: clearchannel.com
40,000 HD movies on one DVD?
If your sprawling DVD collection is starting to make some demands on the space in your home, a team at Australia's Swinburne University of Technology has found a way to store 1000TB of data on a single DVD – that equates to 40,000 HD movies.
Read more: fastcolabs.com