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Days after defending its decision to stay open during the corona virus pandemic, video games retail giant GameStop will shutter its stores.
Last week, GameStop defended its decision to stay open as lockdowns shut other stores, arguing it was classified as essential retail The backflip was announced in a press release by George Sherman GameStop CEO on Sunday.
GameStop says he'll pay employees whose hours have been eliminated an additional two weeks at their regular pay rate.
It's unlikely you'll be able to head to the movie theater in the next few weeks.
So you'll be pleased to hear Amazon is launching a new hub on Prime Video.
With all the Hollywood movies you thought you'd be watching right now.
That new hub prime video cinema includes a number of NBC Universal films that were scheduled to play in theatres this month, including the hunt, the Invisible Man and Mr. Disney Pixar onward is also available on the service.
And each film costs $18 and 49 cents.
And finally, Silicon Valley giant Apple is donating 2 million masks to the US coronavirus response.
According to Vice President Mike Pence.
Apple CEO Tim Cook tweeted Saturday the company would donate masks to health professionals in both the US and Europe And thank every one of the heroes on the front lines.
Apple has been particularly impacted by the Corona Virus pandemic with stores outside of China remaining closed until further notice.
And the company's Worldwide Developers Conference this year canceled for an online only event.
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