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Sony held a PlayStation five event and surprised everyone by showing off its next generation console.
There will be two different versions.
PlayStation five will contain a disk drive, and the other will be the digital edition without the drive.
As for games, Sony show that will have some heavy hitters, The two standouts were Spider Man, Miles Morales and horizon forbidden West.
trailers for those games and others looked amazing.
Detroit Metro residents will now have another high speed option for Internet access.
Verizon announced Wednesday that the city now has access to its 5g home internet service.
Which allows users to access speeds up to one gigabit per second for $50 a month for Verizon customers and $70 a month for everyone else.
Detroit is only the sixth city to get availability since the service launched back in October 2018.
But Verizon expects to expand to 10 cities in total this year.
And finally, Twitter is working on a new in app system to verify users on the social media site.
Jane Wong reverse engineer tweeted the find on Sunday, Wong posted a screenshot that suggests the new feature if made public.
Live in the app settings under the Personal Information section, and an email Twitter didn't deny Wong's findings, but had no further comment beyond a tweet saying that the social media site is working on incorporating self service identification.
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