Update 5.0 added 1080p and 60 FPS streaming via PlayStation 4 Pro, as well as a cavalcade of new Friends List features, in addition to Notification changes.
Fabinho jokes he'll get Kylian Mbappe to swap PSG for Liverpool
The Reds finished in fourth place in the Champions League last season to ensure their continued participation in the Champions League.
It looks like the beta for the next major PlayStation 4 firmware update is about to start. The registration is now open to Japanese and North American PS4, though European testing is expected to follow soon. If you want in on the action, you have until July 27 to apply.
Further details about the features included with the 6.0 firmware update are unknown at this point.
Watch Zach Johnson drain a mammoth eagle putt at the British Open
Maybe nobody in the world coalesces those two traits - tenacity and imagination - into a more complete package than Spieth. The 66 was his first round in the 60s on the weekend of an Open in 11 years, when he shot a Saturday 69 at Carnoustie.
If you manage to register for the beta test, you will be given a code in the email that will be gradually released to everyone who has applied for the beta test. Answer a few questions and hopefully you'll be one of the lucky few selected to try out the new software.
As of time of writing, registrations are only available to users over in Japan and North America.
Alphabet Will Bring Its Balloon-Powered Internet to Kenya
The balloons will be tested in central Kenya, which has been hard to serve because of its mountainous or inaccessible terrain. The system will cover both suburban and rural areas - financial details of the deal with Telkom Kenya were not disclosed.