Amazon Video arrives on Apple TV, Steam ditches Bitcoin payments
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Amazon Prime video app has finally arrived on Apple Tv.
Six months after Tim Cook originally said it would be happening.
The Apple was set for an arrival over the summer but got delayed for unknown reasons.
Customers in the US and Canada have access to the new app right now and it should arrive in the UK soon.
The ultra-popular PC gaming marketplace STEAM is no longer accepting BitCoin as a form of payment, according to Val, the company sites high fees and volatility as reasons for pulling the plug.
It's understandable though, BitCoin has skyrocketed in value this year, recently passing the $13,000 point.
And finally, Google is closing the door on desktop Chrome apps for Mac Windows and Linux users.
Chromebook users can still visit the app store but Google is now focusing on working with developers to enable progressive web apps instead which are intended to work better within the webpage browsing experience.
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