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Apple has finally updated the iPod Touch, including with it an A10 Fusion chip to boost gameplay and to offer immersive AR experiences.
It's the same chip that was used in the 2018 iPad.
Available in a variety of colors.
The new iPod Touch is out now starting at just $200 for the 32 gigabyte model, and up to $400 for the 256 gigabyte version.
Microsoft announced it is bringing Xbox game past to PCs.
Xbox game past is a Netflix like service.
The games and also available from Microsoft's console, the Xbox One.
Game pass for PC will offer over a hundred games for more than 75 content partners.
Microsoft plans to give details like game titles and when the servers will go live at E3, which is the gaming conference starting on June 9th.
And finally, In flight WiFi provider Gogo plans to launch a 5G network for business and commercial aircrafts in 2021.
5G can run between 10 and 100 times faster than your typical cellular connection today.
What does that mean for consumers?
Well it should bring high quality video and audio streaming when you're on a flight.
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