This is CNET and hear the stories that mattered this week Amazon announced it's not going to build a new headquarters in Long Island City after all the company spent a year searching for a second headquarters dubbed HQ to it had selected two campuses one in Long Island City New York the other in, Arlington, Virginia.
Amazon ran into opposition to its New York plans by a number of elected officials, and Amazon will continue its Virginia plan and said it does not intend to re open a search for another location at this time.
Phones aren't the only devices that will be showing off at Mobile World Congress.
There's also hints that a new version of Microsoft's Hollow Lense could be showing up at what's historically a smart phone show.
There's no official word, but we're expecting updates like advanced control and die tracking.
And finally, the instantly successful Battle Royal game Apex Legends has had an impressive start, raking in 25 million sign ups in just one week.
It took Fornite three months to reach 30 million players.
Apex has even eclipsed Fortnite in spectating, it's now the most watched game on twitch.
There's no doubt Apex is the hottest game right now, but can is sustain the momentum.
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