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The Morning After: Sony reveals ‘God of War’ and ‘Spider-Man’ sequels headed for PS5

Good morning, there. I’m a little tired this morning, having stood awake for PlayStation’s big-hearted gaming showcase last-place light. A spate of us envisioned Sony might afford us a fairly innocuous tour of the PlayStation 5’s incoming UI update — perhaps a closer look at competitions on the horizon, like Deathloop.

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We were wrong. So wrong. We came early first-looks at a new God of War game, a Spider-Man sequel and, whoa, a Wolverine game made by the same studio responsible for the web-slinger’s recent escapades, Insomniac. We got a handful of remasters — with Unfamiliar 4 particularly ogling lovely — and, unbelievably, an actual liberation time for Gran Turismo 7.

It was an affecting appearance for PlayStation — especially after a year of mainly totter gaming affairs( do you even remember the all-digital E3, Microsoft’s last Xbox showcase ?)

Sony, still further, is maintaining its position of power for this generation of consoles. For now. Will Microsoft’s big cloud gaming push rain on its parade?

— Mat Smith

All the biggest PlayStation Showcase stories

First look at’ God of War Ragnarok ‘

Wolverine is getting his own PS5 game

‘Marvel’s Spider-Man 2’ raises Venom to PlayStation 5 in 2023

‘Gran Turismo 7’ comes to PS4 and PS5 on March 4th, 2022

Square Enix’s’ Forspoken’ will thump PS5 and PC in outpouring 2022

‘Star Conflicts: Cavaliers of the Old Republic’ is getting a PS5 remake

If merely Ray-Ban’s Stories smart glasses were made by anyone but FacebookAnd please, delight find a new aftermath word.The Morning AfterEngadget

We’ve got two stories on Facebook’s collaboration on smart glasses with Ray-Ban, and our two novelists describe same resolutions. The glasses gaze stylish and the camera seems to take relatively decent video footage, but that Facebook connection….

You’ll need your phone nearby to do anything with the video and photos you captivate, and there’s a small white LED that beacons up when the glasses are recording. Yes, they are a bit heavier, and the cameras are noticeable up close, but from a distance, they could easily pass as any other pair of WayFarers. That’s the crux of these — they’re certainly a Facebook product, but it’s trying to hide that. There’s no Facebook logo on the chassis, though there is some on the package, and this is because, well, a lot of us don’t have much desire for the social network.

There’s a great deal( a good deal !) of affinities with Snapchat’s Spectacles, but Ray-Ban’s Stories do proposal audio abilities built into each weapon. However, it’s still hard to disconnect love for the contraption with the company responsible for it.

Read on for Karissa Bell’s impress so far.

Watch’ The Matrix Resurrections’ trailerNeo doesn’t know who he is.The Morning AfterWarner Bros .

And thankfully, everything doesn’t look green and grey.

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Upscaled: How are camera sensors still improving ?A deep dive into how cameras are still evolving.

Cameras keep getting better, but arguably, the gait of improvement has braked. You can look at photos on decades-old DSLRs, and they look pretty good! While in some measures, sensors seem to have just altered, there have been big improvements in interference reduction, dynamic straddle and how quickly sensors can be read. Chris Schodt explains it all.

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Amazon complains Elon Musk’s companies don’t play by the rulesSpaceX previously accused Amazon of delaying its Starlink proposals.

Amazon’s have responded to SpaceX’s FCC filing, which accused the e-commerce giant of trying to delay proposals for its Starlink internet service on purpose, is just as scathing. In an FCC filing of its own, Amazon told the regulator that SpaceX chief Elon Musk tends to ignore rules and government-imposed regulations. The companionship also said SpaceX often accuses any fellowship “that dares point out its flouting of laws and regulations” as “anticompetitive.”

This is the latest development in a tedious battle with the FCC in the middle. The Jeff Bezos-owned Blue Origin also entered a complaint against NASA with the US Court of Federal Claims over the lunar lander contract it apportioned to SpaceX.

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iRobot’s recent Roomba can detect domesticated turdAnd if it fails, you’ll get a brand-new one.The Morning AfterRoomba

A new robot vacuum , not a brand-new pet.

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Nintendo and Lego team up for a foldout’ Super Mario 64′ block decideThe block box develops to discover Peach’s Castle and other levels.The Morning AfterNintendo

Proving the collaboration so far must be a success, Lego and Nintendo have unveiled a brand-new Lego Super Mario 64 block aim with microscale positions including Peach’s Castle along with several micro chassis. The business describe it as a “unique way for supporters to rediscover the wizard of Super Mario 64. ” The expenditure of said occult? $170.

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Xbox controller update realizes it easier to pair with and swap between inventions

Amazon’s large-hearted Fire TV refresh includes the launch of its own’ Omni’ succession

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Read more: engadget.com

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