PS5 pricing and release date, Facebook's smartglasses
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PlayStation five will launch November 12, and retail for $400 for the digital version, and $500 for the version with the blu ray drive.
The highly anticipated information was announced during Sony's latest PlayStation showcase.
Are a few other titles were demonstrated and debuted.
Some retailers will be taking pre orders as early as Thursday, September 17.
The list of confirmed launch titles is light, but include Spider Man Miles Morales, Demon Souls and sackboy of the adventure.
We'll have much more on PS5 and Xbox series x as their launches near.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said Wednesday the social network plans to release its first pair of smart glasses next year.
They've partnered with the company that owns the eyewear brand Ray Ban to make it happen.
Quote, I can't go into full product details just yet, but they're gonna be the next step on the road to augmented reality glasses.
And they look pretty good too Zuckerberg said at Facebook Connect the company's virtual reality and augmented reality conference.
And finally we've got a review of the galaxy z fold 2. It's a major step in correcting most of the shortcomings found in the original and supports a newly refined look and feel, though that center screen is still very fragile.
For all the gritty details, you can check out our full review and stay up to date with the latest by visiting CNET
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