Google to revamp YouTube Music, Red's holographic phone gets carrier partners
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Google is revamping YouTube Music.
It will relaunch on May 22nd with a new mobile app and desktop player.
There will be a free ad supported version and a premium that drops the ads and allows downloads for around $10 per month.
YouTube Red is also being rebranded as YouTube Premium.
YouTube Premium gives users access to YouTube Music Premium as well as ad free videos and YouTube Originals for around $12 per month.
Microsoft introduced a new $99 device called the Xbox adaptive controller It's designed to allow gamers with limited mobility to play games.
The X-Box adaptive controller works with common adaptive switches and also features two large programmable buttons built in.
Microsoft developed the controller with a number of organizations, like the Cerebral Palsy Foundation, Warfighter Engaged, and the Abled Gamers Charity.
The XBox adaptive controller will launch later this year, and be available through the Microsoft store.
The Red Hydrogen One phone is coming to Verizon and AT&T later this year when it launches later this year in the United States.
The phone is made by Red, makers of modular cinema cameras.
The Red Hydrogen One phone is touted as the worlds first holographic phone.
It is suppose to be capable of capturing and displaying video in [UNKNOWN] 4-view format.
That would allow you to look around and behind objects displayed on the Hydrogen One by moving your head, no special glasses necessary.
Verizon says it will be launching a network of channels with 4-View content, including movies and games.
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