Google launches Play Pass, Galaxy Fold finally gets release date
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Not to be outdone by Apple's arcade gaming subscription service, Google has launched play pass its own monthly subscription service that gives people access to a library of games and other apps on Google's Play Store price at $5 a month and includes more than 350 apps and games.
Google went on to say, it wants the service to go even further, by bundling health, fitness and photo apps in the future.
The Samsung Galaxy fold finally has a US release date, the quote unquote fixed version of the mobile hit on September 27.
For $1900 and 80.
You'll remember the galaxy volt almost made it to retail earlier in the year.
Until the viewers experienced multiple issues with the devices, at which point Samsung delayed the release.
And finally, both Sony and Microsoft have committed to making their feature video game consoles better for the planet.
The plans were laid out alongside the UN Climate Summit.
Microsoft will start a pilot program to create 825,000 carbon neutral X boxes.
Sony will focus on the upcoming PlayStation five energy consumption.
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