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This morning, we’re heading into Sony’s last PlayStation event for the year, but first you should check out the new Ghostbusters trailer, and find out why it’s such a big deal that Apple is coming back to CES. Other major news on Monday included confirmation of a new Bioshock game, Elon’s Cybertruck tour of Los Angeles and Gmail’s new email-attachment trick.
Apple hasn’t had an official presence at CES since the Newton’s debut in 1992, but it’s about to come back. The company’s Senior Director of Global Privacy, Jane Horvath, is due to speak at a roundtable where she and her peers will share their beliefs on what customers want for privacy protections.
Sony has set its final PlayStation State of Play event of the year for this morning. It’ll last for around 20 minutes, and you can expect PS4 and PS VR game reveals, release dates, gameplay footage premieres and updates from PlayStation Worldwide Studios among other news. The only question is exactly what we’ll see. PS5 content is out, but maybe some hint of The Last of Us Part II? DLC for Death Stranding? Resident Evil 3? Ghost of Tsushima? We’ll find out soon.
A new Gmail feature gives you a way to attach emails to a new email without even having to download or copy them first. Say you need to send a team member multiple emails from your inbox so they can get started on a project, all you have to do is select the emails and drag and drop them all at once into an open draft window. It’s rolling out gradually, so if you don’t have it yet, it should be available on your account soon.
Los Angelenos spotted the Tesla boss driving his electric truck down the 405 and getting some dinner at Nobu.
Google’s first Pixel “feature drop,” rolling out this month, will bring new Call Screen features and improved Duo video calls to the Pixel 4. And even if you have a slightly older Pixel, it will let you add Portrait Blur to photos you’ve already taken.
With the MW07 Plus, Master & Dynamic addressed its predecessor’s short battery life issue by more than doubling the play time. What’s more, the new model offers active noise cancellation to cut down on the ambient roar.
But wait, there’s more…
- Thousands of ‘Coolest’ Kickstarter backers will only receive $20
- What’s on TV this week: ‘The Expanse’ season four and ‘Marvel’s Runaways’
- Netflix dominates Golden Globes nominations while Apple lands its first
- A new BioShock game is in development
- ‘MLB The Show’ will reach non-PlayStation platforms by 2021
- Microsoft will end support for Windows 10 Mobile Office apps in 2021
- Louis Vuitton’s ‘League of Legends’ biker jacket can be yours for $5,650
- ‘Twin Peaks VR’ trailer offers a dive into David Lynch’s mind
- Microsoft will shut down to-do app Wunderlist on May 6th
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