Sony brings Aibo back to the US, Microsoft may unveil new Xbox service
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Sony is bringing back the AIBO robot dog to the United States.
The newest version of AIBO was already being sold in Japan since January.
Presales for the US edition AIBO will start in September, with shipments happening around the holiday season.
If you want Sony's robot dog, it will cost around $2,900.
Sony will have the Aibo on display at it's Sony Square location in Manhattan from now until mid October.
Apple has kicked out Facebook's Onavo VPN app from its IOS app store.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the app was removed because it violated Apple's data collection policies.
The A novel app would route traffic to a Facebook server.
This would allow Facebook to gather data about how users interacted with non Facebook apps.
Windows central reports that Microsoft is putting together a new subscription service called Xbox All Access.
We're about to $20 per month for two years, gamers would receive Xbox Live, Xbox game pass and an Xbox One S console, you would be able to get the more powerful Xbox One X for around $35 per month.
Xbox all access could launch this month in the US Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET Tech Today app, available for iOS and Android.
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