Oculus' ugly allegations, Nintendo's Switch won't oust 3DSThe day's biggest tech stories include an ugly set of allegations against Facebook's Oculus, Google's impressive image technology and Nintendo of America president's assertion that the Switch and 3DS can coexist.
This is CNET, and here are the stories that matter right now. Oculus is being accused of destroying evidence. And some of its key personnel are also being targeted, in what's starting to look like a major legal situation for the VR headset maker. ZeniMax Studios claimed it can prove that former employees who now work at Oculus. Stole trade secrets and then attempted to cover it up. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg plans to respond to the allegation this week. Google has developed machined learning tech that will improve image details, and cut the amount of bandwidth needed to access photos as well. The tech which is abbreviated as razor uses AI to fetch pictures one quarter of the size. Razer will be rolled out to more Google properties, like YouTube, in the coming weeks. And finally, while the gaming world is still processing the debut of Nintendo's new hybrid console, The Swtich, there are still many questions left unanswered. In an interview with CNET, Nintendo president Reggie Fils-Aim�� says he does not believe the console will eat into the novelty of the 3DS. Because the switch is a home console first. While it's a message most gamers will likely understand, communicating it to casual players will be the biggest challenge. You can stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET Tech Today app in the Apple App Store. [MUSIC]