Best Tech Stories around the web #150

On the program this week : Facebook announces Oculus Go, Google sends balloons to help Porto Rico, a new electric car battery charges in just 6 minutes and Tamagotchi comes back for its 20th anniversary.

Zuckerberg announces £199 Oculus Go as “sweet spot” standalone VR headset by arstechnica.co.uk

On stage at the Oculus Connect 4 conference, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg took the wraps off of Oculus Go, the company's first "sweet spot" standalone headset. Zuckerberg announced it would launch "early next year" at a price of $199. Read more

Projet Loon gets green light to deploy over Puerto Rico by extremetech.com

A little over four years ago, Google started talking about what it called Project Loon–an ambitious plan to deploy balloons roughly 11 miles up to create an aerial wireless network. The balloons are positioned in wind layers based on NOAA data and float above target areas. Read more

A new electric car battery lasts for 200 miles and charges in just 6 minutes by futurism.com

Japanese tech company Toshiba has just announced their next-generation SCiB rechargeable batteries for electric vehicles. According to the company, these new batteries can charge in just six minutes and deliver a range of 200 miles. Read more

Tamagotchi 20Th anniversary line announced by ign.com

It's time to hatch, feed, and clean-up after your virtual pets yet again. Tamagotchi is back in honor of the toy's 20th anniversary. Read more