Google Stadia pricing and availability revealed, Uber helicopters ready to fly
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Google announced the official details on its game streaming service called Google stadium.
There's a paid subscription tier called a stadium Pro.
It costs $10 per month, and gives users access to some free games, discounts and games playable and up to 4k resolution with 5.1 surround sound.
Additional games can be purchased from Google.
A free tier will let users play purchase games, but is limited to HD resolution and stereo audio.
stadia promo launch in November.
The free version will be March next year.
Uber will launch its Uber copter service beginning on July 9 in New York City.
The helicopter service will take passengers between JFK international airports and lower Manhattan.
Normally, the car ride between the locations could take around an hour, with Uber Copter, the trip to be cut in half.
The average cost for a passenger will be between 200 and 225 dollars.
Uber copter will first be available to platinum and diamond members of Uber's rewards program.
The Federal Communications.
Commission approved a proposal to let mobile phone companies block unwanted robocalls by default.
Customers would still be able to block calls from unknown numbers on their own.
Blocking services could be opted Two or out of by consumers.
The FCC said that frustration over [UNKNOWN] Calls is being number one complaints it receives from people
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