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Apple refreshed the iPad Air and the iPad Mini.
The new Air has a 10.5 inch display, works with the first generation Apple Pencil and supports the Apple's Smart Keyboard.
The new iPad Mini still has a 7.9 inch display and gained support for the original Apple Pencil as well.
Both have touch ID on the home button and use the Apple H12 processor, the H12 can also be found in Apple iPhone 10 series, they are available for order now and hit stores next week.
Google has announces his game streaming service and it's call Stadia, the technology would let users stream and play games across multiple Google platforms.
Including the Chrome browser.
It's controller connects directly to the Internet to minimize lag and Stadia promises high quality streams up to 4k at 60 frames per second.
There's still a lot we don't know though, like cost, specific games and what kind of Internet connection will be required.
And finally, AT&T and Comcast made an announcement that they are taking on Robocalls.
Calls would be authenticated, so you should see fewer calls with fake caller ID information.
That two companies worked together in test using their consumer networks.
AT&T said this won't directly take on the scurge of robocalls It will help consumers have better control on what calls they take.
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