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Google's game streaming service Stadia is debuting and reviews are underwhelming.
Aside from a really solid controller the game offering at launch is so limited.
There are so many promised features that are just missing.
Feels like Stadia is more of a Beta product than actually realized service.
Perhaps its best to wait this one out.
Twitter is rolling out a feature globally that will let users hide replies to their tweets.
The feature was previously tested in the US, Japan and Canada.
During the test, Twitter learnt that users hide replies they thought were irrelevant, off topic or annoying.
The ability to hide replies will be available on the iPhone, Android, and desktop versions of Twitter.
And finally, Apple is touting its newly expanded awesome campus.
The new 3 million square foot Texas facility, which Apple says will initially house 5,000 employees, started construction Wednesday with the expectation to open in 2022.
Apple says the new facility will also have the capacity for even further expansion down the road.
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