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WWDC kicked off and brought tons of software updates and some surprises as well like a totally re-designed Mac Pro.
We were treated to some previews of the iOS13 watchOS 6 and the branching out of iPadOS into it's own separate operating system.
There are tons of detailed write ups and previews of the new announcements, so tune in to CNET for all of our full coverage.
YouTube says it's removing videos that push extremist views like white supremacy or deny events like the Holocaust or the Sandy Hook shooting.
It's an attempt to crack down on hate speech that has found its way onto the Google owned video service.
YouTube says it ahs partnered with lawmakers and other organizations to help combat the spread of extremism on it's service.
And finally, Google announced official details on it's game streaming service called Google Stadium.
There is a paid subscription tier that's called Studium Pro, which costs $10 a month It gives users access to some free games, discounts, and games playable in the 4K resolution with 5.1 surround sound.
Additional games can be purchased from Google.
Our free tier will also let users play purchased games, but it's limited to HD resolution and stereo sound Stevia pro will launch in November, and the full version will launch next year.
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