Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, meta the company formally known as Facebook has plans to open physical stores in real life. According to a report from the New York times, supposedly the company would sell products from their reality labs division, such as virtual reality headsets and eventually augmented reality glasses. The come has experimented with popup shops in the past to show off its Oculus headsets. But these plans are for more permanent establishments. Last week, Facebook changed its name to meta [00:00:30] short for metaverse or its plans for cross device universe. Nintendo's president says that the company cannot produce enough Nintendo switches to meet the demand they're expect D during the upcoming holiday season, he blamed the severe global chip shortage and added that there is no sign of improvement. Thus far, Nintendo has sold nearly 93 million Nintendo switch units since its launched back in 2017. However, the we remains Nintendo's top selling console with over 101 million [00:01:00] units sold. And speaking of games, Netflix has launched its new gaming service that lets subscribers play games through the Netflix mobile app. Currently Netflix games is only available on Androids with the iOS version on the way, according to the company, the app boths, no ads, no additional fees and no in-app purchases. Netflix first announced the move back in July. I marking the company's biggest shift since it first started streaming in 2007, stay up to date with the latest by visiting C.