Speaker 1: This is CNET. And here are the stories that matter right now, valve announced the steam deck, a handheld portable gaming console. It looks a bit like a Nintendo switch with a seven inch touch screen in the middle with controls on each side, there are also two track pads that can be used as a mouse input or B programmed to do a number of other things. Valve says the steam deck is basically a PC. So users can install whatever they want and add whatever accessories they want. The new console starts [00:00:30] at $399 and pre-order starts today. They will ship in December. Microsoft unveiled a new service called windows 365. It allows a user to access a full fledged windows, computer through an app or a browser in a demo. Microsoft showed windows 365 working on a PC and then an iPad. Microsoft says, if you can stream a movie, you'll be able to stream its cloud. PC. The windows 365 cloud PC will be available [00:01:00] to organizations on August 2nd. Netflix will be entering the video game space. The company confirmed it hired a former Oculus and electronic arts exec. Mike Verdu Verdu will be vice president of games development. A Bloomberg report says that Netflix will offer games through its existing streaming service, and it will not cost anything extra.
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