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Early hands on impressions of the PlayStation 5 are in.
CNET has unboxed the next gen console, which features a curved white body and stands almost five inches taller than its predecessor.
The PS5 also includes a new DualSense wireless controller, which features adaptive triggers that can offer resistance, a built in mic, and better haptic effects.
SpaceX is now beta testing it's Starlink's satellite broadband service.
To connect to the service, customers who pre registered online will need to pay $499 upfront, for a router and a phased array antenna.
Followed by a subscription of $99 a month.
In an email to users, Starlink said early access speeds would range from 50 to 150 megabits per second, with latency from 20 to 40 milliseconds.
Though SpaceX is planning to launch more satellites to gradually improve the service.
And finally, one of this year's most anticipated games, Cyberpunk 2077 has been delayed again.
In a tweet on Tuesday, developer CD Projekt Red said the game, which was originally set to launch in April, was pushed back three weeks, and would launch on December 10th.
The developers said the delay was to make sure the game would work on all current and next gen consoles, as well as PC.
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