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And here the stories that matter right now, Sony is half the price of its PlayStation now streaming to stay competitive against Microsoft and Google now available at 999 a month.
The announcement of the new pricing also brings with it major triple A titles, including Uncharted four, god of war and Grand Theft Auto five.
Federal court issued a mixed ruling on the FCC's repeal of net neutrality.
While it upheld the repeal of the rules, it struck down the key provision that blocks states from passing their own protections, meaning it paves the way for states to enact their own legislation regarding net neutrality.
Finally Got our hands on the brand new $400 Go Pro Hero 8 Black which includes a ton of feature tweaks and updates that make it the best action camera Go Pro has ever released.
Among the improvements, the Hero 8 comes with a built in rocket mounting frame, stronger Gorilla glass And impressively smooth electron stabilization.
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