Blue-light glitch taints PS4's hot launch

Sony says only a small percentage of PlayStation 4s are defective, Kindle Fire tablets get new features, and Slingbox flings video to Roku for easy sharing of live or recorded TV shows.

CNET Update tries turning it off and on again:

In this episode of Update:

- Learn why a pulsing blue light has some PlayStation 4 owners stressed out. A small percentage of the first batch of PS4s seem to be defective.

- Get twice as much storage in the limited-edition Ouya , sold in North America for $130.

- Fling videos from a Kindle to the TV -- and learn other new tablet tricks -- with the Kindle Fire OS 3.1 update .

- Stream live and recorded shows from a cable box to another TV using the new Slingbox Roku app .

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