iPhone 8 to use USB-C? Xbox to launch subscription gaming
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According to a report in The Wall Street Journal, Apple's next round of iPhones will abandon the company's lightning port and instead feature a USB-C connection.
Of course, this is highly unlike Apple which has always opted for a proprietaryport in the past.
The reports also reiterates rumors we've already heard including details of three new phones this Fall unlike two like we've seen in years past.
Google has officially announced it's live streaming TV service called YouTube TV.
For $35 a month subscribers would be able to watch live and recorded content for more than 40 networks.
Included with YouTube TV is also unlimited Cloud storage for DVR and the service will go live in the coming months.
Finally, Microsoft is starting its own subscription service for the XBOX ONE, called XBOX GAME PASS.
For $10 a month users will have access to over 100 XBOX ONE and 360 games, like Halo 5 and Payday 2.
Look for Xbox game pass to start in the spring.
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