Didn’t have time to follow the news yesterday? Here’s what’s marked Thursday, January 13: Sony moves forward on its unique subscription and finds a way to counteract the PS5’s shortcoming and Microsoft publishes a new version of Windows 11 in testing. In order not to miss any news, remember to subscribe to the Friendroid newsletter.
Sony fixes the shortfall… in its own way
The PlayStation 5 is still very hard to find, more than a year after it launched. It is not so much a production problem as an extremely strong demand. Sony has found a new solution to satisfy gamers: relaunching production of PlayStation 4.
New PlayStation subscription is coming
PlayStation Now gift cards will no longer be sold in the US and UK. There’s a new sign that Sony is rolling out a new subscription offering for PlayStation.
Windows 11: New Volume Control
Microsoft is finally fixing an interface element in Windows 11 that’s dated from Windows 8: brightness and volume adjustments.
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