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According to the US PlayStation blog Sony's next gen console officially be named PlayStation 5, and will release during the holiday 2020 season.
Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan and software architect Mark Cerny laid out additional details about the new console in an interview with wire The pair confirmed the PlayStation five will contain graphics boosting ray tracing acceleration, solid state storage and haptic feedback in the controller.
Waymo is one step closer to getting fully driverless cars on the road.
The company sent an email to members of its early writer test program that says soon they may be matched with a vehicle without a train driver.
Up until this point, [UNKNOWN] self driving vehicles would include a driver as a safety measure.
The company's email says that if a person is matched with a vehicle without a driver, they will see a notification inside the [UNKNOWN] app.
And finally, the new Kindle kids edition includes the entry level Kindle bundled, with a case for year of Amazon's free time unlimited subscription service.
And a two year replacement guarantee, it's available for pre order right now for a $110 and we'll ship after the 30th, at this time though there is no plans to offer other kiddos under the kids edition.
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