All The News You Missed Overnight: There's A New Sony In Town

Good morning! It’s a busy world out there. All The News You Missed Overnight gives you a guide to everything techy that happened while you were sleeping.

Say Hello To Sony Interactive Entertainment Today, Sony announced that it is bringing together Sony Computer Entertainment and Sony Network Entertainment in a new entity. It’s called Sony Interactive Entertainment. The new consolidated entity will be headquartered in San Mateo, California and will be in charge of research, development and sales for the PlayStation as well as hardware, software, network services and other content.

The Largest Solar System Ever Has Been Discovered Astronomers studying a lonely planet drifting through space have found its mum; a star a trillion kilometres away. The planet, known as 2MASS J2126−8140, has an orbit around its host star that takes nearly a million Earth years and is more than 140 times wider than Pluto’s. This makes it easily the largest solar system ever found.

Twitter Just Lost Four Of Its Main Execs On Monday afternoon, Jack Dorsey confirmed that four of Twitter’s most senior executives were leaving the company, including vice presidents for media, product, engineering and human resources. Ouch. In the announcement, posted to Twitter, Dorsey explained that VP of media Katie Stanton, VP of product Kevin Weil, VP of engineering Alex Roetter and VP of human resources Brian “Skip” Schipper were all leaving the company.

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