Apple to expand offices, Google and Amazon play nice
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Apple announce it is expanding its offices in the US.
First up they will build a new billion dollar campus in Austin Texas.
Apple will also create new offices in Seattle San Diego and Culver City.
The company plans to expand in Boulder, Pittsburgh and New York over the next three years.
Apple said it expects to create 20,000 jobs in the US by the year 2023.
The Google Chromecast is available on Amazon The video streaming device was taken down from Amazon store in 2015.
Back in December of 2017 an Amazon spokesperson said the Chromecast would be back.
During Google and Amazon's tussle, Google hold YouTube from Amazon devices.
So a year later, here we are.
The Chromecasts are eligible for Prime shipping too.
Virgin Galactic is celebrating, as one of its supersonic planes made its way into space for the first time.
The Spaceship 2 BSS Unity hit an altitude of 51.4 miles.
The U.S. Air Force defines space as reaching above 50 miles.
The federal aviation administration will present to the pilots with astronaut wings next year.
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