Questions remain after PS4 event

Bridget Carey breaks down what was revealed at Sony's PlayStation 4 event, and Google releases the Chromebook Pixel at a precarious price.

Thursday's CNET Update will beat the game for you:


The PlayStation 4 dominates today's tech roundup. Sony hinted at what the new system will be able to do, but held back from actually showing what the console looks like. (It's just a hunch, but I'd say it's a black box.) Also, Google releases its first touch-screen Chromebook, but the price is also a touchy matter.

More on the PS4 news:

- Sony pushes streaming and sharing with PS4

- Details about PlayStation 4's DualShock controller and Eye camera

- Sony plans second-screen app for PlayStation 4

- Making sense of the PS4 game lineup

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