if you still Can’t use your paw on PlayStation 5 (while you are not alone) and get ready to join the party. Sony said it was ramping up production of the console, which has been hard to come by since its release in late 2020 due to lingering supply chain issues.
On a conference call with investors this week, Sony Interactive Entertainment CEO Jim Ryan said the material shortage that led to the PS5’s removal is “improving” and that Sony is planning to “significantly increase” production.
according to a Reuters reports During the conference call, Ryan said that Sony hopes to produce 18 million consoles in 2022, up from 11.5 in 2021. an increase of 57%.
As the news broke, some urban research institutes in China new block To slow the spread of Covid-19, analysts fear it could further disrupt manufacturing plans and continue to weigh on global consumer goods shipments. Sony says that despite these new developments, its own manufacturing pipeline is improving.
Sony also announced another play status event It will take place on Thursday, June 2nd. Tune in live to see trailers and trailers for new PlayStation games, as well as game updates coming to PlayStation VR2.
Here’s what else happened this week.
Here comes Xdongle
Microsoft has confirmed that it is working on a streaming stick. Chromecast-like devices that connect to Microsoft’s Xbox cloud gaming service have been circulating for years, and now the company has told Jez Corden window center It turns out that such a thing is coming.
The Microsoft codename for the device is Keystone. We don’t know what it will look like or any other details, but the concept is clear: connect a low-cost dongle to your TV’s HDMI port, then use it to access Xbox games in the cloud.Not only does this allow Xbox fans to play all their games anywhere (dorm room, home, friends’ house), but it also opens up console-style games — and Xbox Game Pass Subscription – For those who don’t own an expensive Xbox console.
Microsoft hasn’t provided any details on pricing or a release date, though you shouldn’t expect to see this thing until next year at the earliest.
look at this, google
if you are one of them crowd of people Anyone with a Samsung Galaxy Watch4, get a quick look at your wrist and see your notifications. An update to WearOS rolled out this week, adding support for Google Assistant on wearables. So now you can talk to your assistant by speaking into your wrist or holding down the home button. The update (released on May 23) also adds Google Pay, YouTube Music and Maps to the Galaxy Watch4’s list of amenities.
Our own Julian Chokkattu reviewed Galaxy Watch4 and Watch4 Classic last year. The watches are Samsung’s first after ditching its native Tizen mobile operating system in favor of Google’s WearOS. This change earned the watch a 7/10 rating and the coveted “WIRED Recommends” badge. Huza.
surrounded by sound
2017 i visited A really cool music venue in San Francisco called envelope. This is a room designed for the experience of spatial audio, with 32 speakers built into eight stacks arranged in a wide oval around the audience. It’s totally immersive and totally dreamy. One of the coolest parts about going to a concert at Envelop is that you can walk up to each individual speaker stack to hear the different details, then find a spot in the room where you can stand or sit, depending on where you are in the 3D space.
The eponymous nonprofit that runs Envelop also makes software plug-ins that digital musicians can use to arrange their compositions for 360-degree audio environments.Now, the same crew has developed a streaming version of the experience called envelope flow This enables anyone in the world to virtually attend a concert at the venue via a web browser.
Metaversal attendees can purchase event tickets, enter a simulation of an Envelop space with a virtual speaker stack, then navigate the room and instantly remix streaming audio by changing their position. View demo. It works best with 5.1 surround sound systems or quad setups, but headphones will work too.
pile event The summer schedule includes sound baths, immersive soundscapes, listening parties for pop artists, and DJs set up by Tycho. Mushrooms are strictly brought.