Apple Glasses and the OUYA/OnLive deal Video
Apple Glasses and the OUYA/OnLive deal Video Transcript
Does Apple have some glasses of their own. We're about to find out I'm Jeff Bakalar filling in for Bridget Carey and this is -- CNET update. Is Apple finally -- a game controller with a company released patent information. For one -- filed back in March that shows what looks exactly like a PlayStation 3 dual shock controller communicating with an iPhone. Now the controller will work with ipads and Apple TV as well using an FC communication. -- go throwing away your PlayStation 3 or your Xbox-360. Just yet there's no way to know whether or not this will actually see the light of day. Because there have been plenty of Apple patents that never get needed to products plus a gaming controller is very much out of Apple's -- So this might be a part of a much bigger product altogether. You can bet though that we're going to be staying right on top of this. He didn't think Apple is gonna like Google have all of the glass is fun now did you of course not. We're getting word that the company has applied for a new patent. Relating to video glasses technology. Now this resembles the sort of heads up display we've been seeing with -- -- this new Retina Display which is actually now more appropriately named an ever. Plans on delivering an image that's powered by batteries smaller than the one inside an iPhone. I just hope we won't need to Wear a wacky -- contraption that's included in the graphic depiction. Friday -- marks the opening ceremonies for the Summer Olympics in London. And you can visit public dot Olympic dot org to follow all of your favorite athletes to simply type in -- -- country or event. And the site will return a list -- athletes along with their social pages like a Twitter account. And finally -- the open source Android game console that raised the million dollars in one day on kick starter. Has announced a partnership with -- streaming service on live. Now of course you need to be -- -- -- subscriber but it doesn't sure that we have customers will have some gaming options on day one. -- has already raised over five point six million dollars since its kick -- launched with just over a week ago. -- is aiming to be a cheaper alternative to conventional game consoles allowing anyone to develop games for the platform. No word yet on when -- will release but it's something every single gamer should have on their radar. This is -- your update for what's going on in the tech world today for more on the stories from our show these at cnet.com slash update. Don't forget to follow me on Twitter at Jeff Bakalar. Bridget will be back on Monday so that's it for me you can check out my show every day at the for Ford dot cnet.com. From our CNET TV studios here in New York thanks for watching. I.
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