No VR for the Xbox One X, Amazon Echo gets call blocker feature
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Microsoft's XBox One X will not support VR.
Speaking to the Wall Street Journal after the console's unveiling at E3 in Los Angeles, XBox's marketing chief Mike Nichols said VR is better suited to PCs.
Microsoft will release the Xbox One X worldwide on November 7th.
Sony closed its E3 press conference by giving a detailed look of gameplay footage for the upcoming Spiderman game.
First unveiled at last year's E3 in a trailer, the new game will follow an original story, rather than a film tie-in.
Made by Insomniac Games, the game will debut on the Playstation 4 in 2000 [INAUDIBLE] Is 19.
And finally Amazon has fixed a widely criticized privacy flaw in the Echo's voice calling feature that prevented users from blocking calls.
Arriving Monday by a software update the feature now includes a way to block people on your contact list from calling or messaging you.
Android and iOS Alexa app users can expect to get the update over.
The coming days.
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