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Sony's PlayStation VR headset gets a price, Microsoft opens up Xbox Live and everything else you need to know.
Sony's announced details about its new PlayStation VR headset.
The Playstation 4 accessory will cost $399 and will be available in October.
Of course you'll need a PlayStation 4 to use it.
But you'll need other accessories Two.
The VR needs a Playstation camera, or it won't work at all.
You'll also want Playstation move controllers as well.
Sony says there will be up to 50 games available at launch.
Meanwhile, Microsoft announced it will enable developers to build Xbox live games that could let people game against people not using Xbox live.
That's right now we need Xbox live users.
To go head to head with players on the Playstation, in theory.
Speaking to GameSpot, PlayStation executive Adam Boyes said Sony is open to the idea of PlayStation network-Xbox Live crossplay, but stopped short of making any announcements.
Until Sony gets onboard with this, Rocket League will be the first game to allow XBox One and PC players to play together.
And speaking of games, a human games champion has been defeated by a computer again.
Google's Alphago took on Lee Sedol in a series of five games.
They were playing a game called Go, which is one of the oldest board games ever Ever, and it's far more complex than chess.
Alphago won the first three games.
Here's what happened in the fourth game.
Looks like Alphago has resigned.
That would be the only game Sedol would win.
Alphago won the fifth game.
So the final score was man 1, machine 4. There is so much more to know.
It's time to go rapid fire.
Google is now offering $100,000 to anyone who can hack a Chromebook in guest mode.
A new IOS malware has been detected.
It's called Ace Deceiver, the twist is it can also infect non-jailbroken Apple devices.
Microsoft is now updating all their Windows 8.1 phones to Windows 10 mobile.
Nike's introduced self-lacing shoes called hyper adapt 1.0 a lot like those sneakers back to the future two.
Daredevil season two now arrived on streaming.
On Apple they're holding an event as March 21 21st expected to introduce new iPhones and iPads.
Now you're all caught in tech.
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