AMD 6700XT announced, Arizona considers new laws for app store payments
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AMD has officially unveiled its newest graphics card the radian rx 6700 XT.
It joins the lineup of 6000 series cards AMD launched in late 2019 and aims to be a more affordable option with a retail price of $479.
AMD didn't comment on how it might combat bots and scalpers to help customers buy the card though, so you'll have to be quick when the card goes on sale March 18.
Arizona has introduced potential legislation that would require Google and Apple to allow an alternative payment option for in app purchases.
That circumvents The tech giant standard 30% Commission.
The law still needs to clear the Arizona State Senate and get a signature from Governor Doug Ducey before becoming law.
But if passed would apply to companies based in Arizona with over 1 million app downloads.
And finally CBS all access is dead Long live Paramount plus Viacom CBS is new streaming service is now available to download in the United States and 18 Latin American countries.
It merges the creative portfolios of CBS, Viacom and Viacom owned movie studio Paramount.
Viacom CBS says the app will have over 30,000 hours of TV and over 2,500 movies at launch with 36 originals slated to launch this year.
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