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It was a huge week in the streaming world, initially with a expose Tuesday of all the information about HBO Max, which will cost $15 a month beginning in May. Then, on Friday, we saw the launch of Apple TELEVISION Plus, the device giant’s $5-a-month service.

Meanwhile, Google is purchasing Fitbit for $2.1 billion and Twitter stated it would stop offering political advertisements, a relocation that differentiates it from Facebook and its choice not to censor advertisements by political leaders — even when they’re unreliable. Despite that questionable position, Facebook is still growing.

Here are the week’s stories you do not wish to miss out on: 

The business states it makes small amounts mistakes. Others, especially conservatives, see censorship.

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But the streaming wars are a battle Apple isn’t most likely to lose.


There’s an entire other layer to Marvel movies that’s generating huge dollars worldwide’s greatest market.

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Commuting with the brand-new noise-canceling AirPods puts me in a sealed-off frame of mind.


Penn Station, sound cancellation and AirPods Pro: unexpectedly mellow.

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Last November, 20,000 Google employees objected the business — and altered the tech market while doing so.

Google Walkout Me Too Protest

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The Insight Project is Ninja Theory’s enthusiastic strategy to integrate neuroscience, biometric sensing units and video game style to deal with mental disorder.


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In a Q&A, the acclaimed star discuss Fight Club, the delights of streaming services like Netflix, and the brand-new noir movie he directed and composed that opens in theaters Friday.


Norton with CNET’s editorial director, Connie Guglielmo

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A years at CNET has actually revealed me how computing has actually altered, from the fluctuate of the laptop computer — to its ultimate return in brand-new kinds.


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For much better or even worse, there is absolutely nothing in this world rather like a Hideo Kojima video game.

Death Stranding

Kojima Productions

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