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Minecraft gets a new marketplaceIn today's tech news, Microsoft announces a new in-game store for Minecraft so players can buy all kinds of customizations.
This is CNET and here ar the store is that matter right now. [SOUND] Microsoft announced a new in-game store from Minecraft called the Minecraft Marketplace. This store will let nine Minecraft shops sell customizations and storylines. The marketplace will launch later this spring. To purchase creations, Minecraft users will have to buy a new currency called Minecraft coins. According to a new report from Bloomberg, Comcast will introduce an online video service in the next 12 to 18 months. The service would have programming from NBC, Bravo, SyFy and USA. All of those networks are owned by Comcast. The report says the company still has to decide whether to include sports or have a live feed of its networks. The FCC dropped the proposal from 2013 that would have allowed for in-flight calls on cell phones at high altitudes. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai says he does not believe the proposal was in the public interest. [MUSIC] A report from the Electronic Times says Google's in talks to invest one trillion and one, or roughly 880 million dollars, in LG's display business. The investment will get Google a supply of flexible OLED screens for its next Pixel phones. Google's first Pixel phones were released in October 2016, but were in short supply due in part to Google not being able to get enough OLED panels. [MUSIC] Stay up to date with the latest by downloading the CNET Tech Today app available for iOS and Android