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Google's game streaming service Stadia opened up the free tier of its service in 14 countries on Wednesday.
Those who sign up for the service will have their subscription upgraded to Stadia Pro for two months, and can receive nine free games as part of the plan.
Since its launch in November stadia has been available only to those who've signed up for the pro subscription.
But Google had said a free tier would be coming sometime in 2020.
Those interested can sign up for the service at the stadia website.
The only thing you'll need is a Gmail account.
Zoom has been slapped with a lawsuit that accuses the video chat app of hiding security and privacy flaws.
In a lawsuit filed Tuesday in federal court a shareholder accused him of having inadequate data privacy and security measures.
As a result, zoom users have faced an increased risk of having personal information accessed by unauthorized parties.
According to the court filing.
And finally over the last month, there's been a surge in usage of Google's teleconferencing tool Google meet.
On Wednesday, the company said the service is adding more than 2 million new users a day worldwide, as people look for ways to keep in touch while staying at home.
Google clouds CEO Thomas Korean said last week that the service racked up 2 billion minutes of video calls during March and was growing 60% day over day.
He said daily usage is 25 times higher than it was in January.
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