PlayStation 5 quiet console amazing charging speed, according to the first previews: November is going to be a very busy month for video game lovers. PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series, The next-generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft, go on sale.

As for Xbox Series X / s, which will go on sale on November 10, there are already quite a few first impressions about its overall behavior because the media has had access to it.

Now it's up to Sony's PS5 console, from which the first previews are already circulating and which highlight that the console is very quiet and has a simply amazing charging speed.

This information comes from an event held by Sony during the first weekend of October where the company let several Japanese youtubers enjoy the early hours with PlayStation 5.

Regarding the load speed of the PS5 SSD is something you can already see in the gameplays circulating on the Internet. In the video, it shows how long it takes to regain control after the death of the character in both Astro's Playroom and GODFALL, both exclusive to PS5, and the truth is that it surprises.

PlayStation 5 quiet console amazing charging speed

These early PS5 previews are also solving one of the big concerns of PlayStation 4 users, the issue of ventilation and noise, as the current Sony machine makes a lot of noise both in demanding games and after a long hours of gaming session. In this sense, Dengeki says that these fears can be left behind because the console will remain cold even after 45 minutes of use, something that will have a positive impact on the system and that will make PlayStation 5 really quiet.

That's right, for the moment we have to test it in conditions when PS5 arrives on the market next November 19 for 499 euros in for its traditional format and 399 for the Digital Edition, the PS5 without disc reader.

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The 3 keys of the CEO of Google Spain for a pandemic-proof economy: "technology and innovation should be at the center of change"

That the coronavirus pandemic has been a severe blow to the Spanish and global economy should not come as a surprise to anyone, but that there would be formulas to prevent it (or at least lessen the blow) either.

Google'S CEO in Spain, Fuencisla Clemares, believes that moments of crisis like the current one are the best to rethink what economic model we want for the country and where the efforts of the economy should be focused. In this case, the leader has exposed her 3 main keys to lead change in Spain during the conference of the South Summit 2020, which began this Tuesday in Madrid in a hybrid format.

Interviewed by the interim head of Google for Startups, Barbara Ozores, Clemares stressed that technology and innovation should be "at the center of change as a country", something that undoubtedly would have demonstrated a crisis like the one experienced between the months of March and June, especially following the closures of companies, ERTE and the lack of implementation of the telework model.

# 1-improving the business and entrepreneurship ecosystem

In the eyes of the CEO of Google Spain, Spain was not prepared to make the digital leap to telework, both in the field of administrations and in that of small and medium-sized enterprises. Mainly, the expert attributes part of the collapse to the fact that most of these businesses failed to adapt to the situation and lost millions of dollars in revenue along the way.

Thus, about 14% of companies did not have a digital transformation plan before COVID-19, so they were forced to implement it in the middle of the pandemic or directly paralyze their business until they could get out of confinement. Those who did not have the right technology to deal with these processes were not able to compete, and losses have shown so.

If anything has been learned during this 2020 is that an acceleration of this process of digital transformation-through technology-has to go directly through companies and introduce a new culture of work. According to Clemares, all actors involved, mainly large corporations, should organize adoption and training plans for the most needy businesses and thus, in the future, strengthen the ecosystem as a whole.

#2 — expand the training of new entrepreneurs and workers

The digital transformation of companies is the work of their employees. The same goes for a startup and those who take the first step.

"Improving the entrepreneurship ecosystem requires knowledge and promoting a culture of digital skills at the national level," Clemares says. In this way, the digital transformation of companies cannot take place if their employees and managers are not versed in these terms.

For this, the CEO of Google Spain recalls one of the previous steps: the promotion and adoption of smaller companies by the big ones "to modernize themselves without leaving anyone behind", yes, without forgetting the communities less incorporated in these plans, which Clemares herself exemplifies in rural Spain, mainly.

In addition to the above, plans of this kind encourage diversity and inclusion, so digital transformation would also have a side to achieve a more open society. "A more diverse society is a healthier society, and we know that this is one of the pillars for your business ecosystem to function," he said.

# 3-cooperation between business and government

Finally, the CEO of Google in Spain has called for the collaboration of large companies with their respective governments. The startup ecosystem, which usually operates further away from the political arena, would thus have much to contribute to the rest of the community "with their fresh and innovative ideas", so with the right tools they could "guide society towards a digital transformation".

In the case of our country, he exemplifies, Google would have opened the door in this regard through the initiative Digital impulse, developed together with the Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism. Given that companies that have embraced technology have been able to take a step forward and face the pandemic, what less than putting a lid on those that have not been able to.

This is a shared vision between Clemares and the Government, which launched the so-called portal aimed at small and medium-sized enterprises with a personalized guide to improve your presence on the Internet, as well as to improve the application of digital technologies in smes and the ability to download custom guides for each business according to their typology.

"We plan to bring more than 10 million businesses online in the next 18 months," Clemares says. After the implementation of the project, to which the government grants are added With the data of Google Trends, the searches carried out by the Spaniards in August included “near me” 300% more than in the searches carried out in early April.

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