With the worst of Techtober events and Black Friday approaching, the tech industry has taken a breather this week … well, except of course for a complete rebranding of one of the largest tech companies on the planet.
Facebook is now called Meta and Meta is the metaverse. The social network isn’t going anywhere, but the company is changing focus – and luckily we have virtual reality expert Lewis to explain why, what it means, and what the metaverse really is.
Meanwhile, rumors about the Galaxy S21 FE have swirled this week. The launch is expected to take place at CES 2022 in January, we know that many about the phone – and you can even go buy components for it online if you like.
Then Netflix finally made the long-awaited transition to gaming. Right now, Netflix subscribers can play five games on Android devices from the Netflix app at no additional cost, including two games based on Stranger Things. But can Netflix really take over the gaming industry since it has television?
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