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Logitech's Harmony remotes can control your PS4 too

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The PlayStation 4 is a lot of (mostly great) things, but easy to control without its DualShock 4 paddle isn't one of them. That changes today so long as you have a Logitech Harmony remote sitting on your couch or coffee table. The company announced that the latest update to its hub-based wands, or the app, grants the ability to control not just the console's system menus and Blu-rays via Bluetooth, but streaming apps like Amazon Instant Video and Netflix too. Pretty handy! There's a caveat though, and it's a relatively big one: You can't use the remotes to turn your PS4 on. So, just remember to hit the power button (it's the top one) on your system before investigating why everyone's gaga for Daredevil.

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