Google investing $13B in US data centers, Apple video service due in April?
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Google will invest $13 billion on US data centers around the country, mostly in the mid west, east coast and south.
This brings the companies corporate presents to twenty four states and should add thousand of employees and create at least ten thousand construction jobs To the states where facilities are being built.
Activision Blizzard is laying off about 8% of its workforce, despite the company boasting record results from 2018.
The majority of the cuts will be from non-game development departments, so that franchises like Diablo and Call of Duty can hire more staff.
And finally Apple is set to be targeting April for its long rumored streaming video service though heavy hitters like HBO and Netflix aren't signed on yet.
The platform will offer free orignal content to Apple customers from big names like Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg and Reese Witherspoon.
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