Life with PlayStation really goes live

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 18 September 2008 07:41 GMT

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After yesterday’s botched launch, Life with PlayStation has gone live and is now available for download. Which we are doing as we type.

There’s more detail on the US PS Blog. From the post:

Life with PlayStation provides a stunning interactive globe, a 3D world map that you can twirl around to see live cloud movement courtesy of the University of Wisconsin, combined with up-to-date weather information from the Weather Channel, top news headlines provided by Google news, and live web cam images via the Earth Television Network — all localized to the select city. And why not have your favorite soundtrack playing in the background while you go through your morning ritual (just think, no TV commercials and teasers to find out if you need to bring an umbrella to work)? You’re on your own for your morning caffeine fix.

There’s also an explanatory video, courtesy of SCEA, after the link.

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