Amazon apparel store coming, Google opens up Android games to Windows
Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, Amazon announced it is opening its first ever brick and mortar apparel store called Amazon style. Customers will be able to scan in-store items using the Amazon shopping app to find out more information about the product, including ratings. The app can also be used to send items to fitting room. For later, the Amazon style store will open later this year in California, Google is opening up the world of Android games. Two windows, Google [00:00:30] play games. Beta has launched in three countries, South Korea, Hong Kong, and Taiwan players will be able to sync their games across their PCs and Android devices using their Google at count. Google did not give any specific details about when Google play games will officially launch, but says expansion beyond the initial three countries will happen later this year, the creator of the PlayStation says he can't see the point of the metaverse. Ken Kuro spoke with Bloomberg and said, quote, being in the real world [00:01:00] is very important, but the metaverse is about making quasi real in the virtual world. And I can't see the point of doing it. End quote. He also said that headsets are isolating and quote, simply annoying.
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