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Engadget Daily: Amazon Prime Music, getting sweaty with Sony's VR headset and more!

Today, we demo Street Luge on Sony's Project Morpheus VR headset, break down Amazon's new Prime Music streaming service, go hands-on with Beats' new Powerbeats2 wireless buds and learn about Sony's plan for the PlayStation TV. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours.

What you need to know about Amazon Prime Music

It looks like the glut of rumors were true: Earlier today, Amazon launched its very own music streaming service. Exclusive to Prime members, Prime Music brings adless access to over a million tunes via the Amazon Music app.

Getting sweaty with the future of Sony's virtual reality

Sony wants to be the one to take VR mainstream, but according to its senior director of R&D Richard Marks, that push won't happen in 2014. Read on as our own Joseph Volpe investigates the company's plans for Project Morpheus and, of course, takes the headset for a spin.

Powerbeats2 are Beats by Dre's first wireless earbuds

Beats by Dre is now in the wireless headset business. Dubbed the Powerbeats2, these cord-cutting $199 buds feature an adjustable hook-over-the-ear design and boast six hours of battery life. What's more, you don't have to worry about getting overly sweaty at the gym thanks to its IPX4 water resistance.

With the PlayStation TV, Sony's going after families with kids

Between the PS Vita, PS3 and PS4, where exactly does PlayStation TV fit in? Well, according to Sony's Sharon Kapitula, the $100 media streamer/console hybrid is targeted toward "this new audience of families with kids that can play [PlayStation TV] together."
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