Microsoft debuts mixed-reality controllers, Amazon Prime Video coming to Apple TV
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At Microsoft's build keynote the company further pushed its mixed reality initiative by introducing new controllers that will ship packed in with Acer's headset for $399 when it comes out later this year.
The controllers don't need any kind of extra sensors and are able to work solely in conjunction with the headset.
According to BuzzFeed Apple will announce an Amazon Prime video app for Apple TV at the world wide developers conference next month in San Jose.
In addition Apple will once again sell Apple TV on its site, which is stopped doing back in October of 2015.
And finally Verizon is purchasing Straight Path Communications the owner of the licenses to use high frequency radio waves that are set to run quote unquote 5G wireless networks the acquisition gives Verizon access to 39 and 28 Giga Hertz spectrums in prime US locations.
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