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.

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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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