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Google's live streaming TV product is here, YouTube TV announced back in February.
It's currently live in five markets, New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Chicago and San Francisco.
For $35 a month users get access to CBS, Fox, ABC and NBC.
39 channels will arrive at the start.
There are 10 more expected to arrive soon.
Amazon is [UNKNOWN] bidding role with NFL signing up the likes of Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.
The reported $50 million agreement will last just one year and let Amazon stream 10 [UNKNOWN] games to expand customers.
The deal is five times what Twitter paid the NFL last year.
And finally Google is bragging about the AI capability of it's custom built chips.
The company says it's TPU processors are not only faster than today's standards CPU and GPUs but they're also more energy efficient.
The hardware is currently being used in Google's data centers that power many of the company's Internet products.
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