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Uhhuh sees the daily tech headlines for thursday june seventh twenty eighteen i'm sarah lee amazon announce the amazon fire tv cube that plugs into your tv and runs apps like netflix hulu playstation vue hbo go sling and amazon's own prime video service the fire tv cube supports amazon's assistant just like the fire tv stick and fire tv box but acts like a fully featured echo device with eight microphones built in and support for various boy speights skills the cube has a multidirectional i are blaster and can power up your tv sound system even your cable box ships on june twentyfirst for one hundred nineteen dollars prime customers can preorder today and tomorrow and get the cube for eighty nine ninety nine amazon also struck a deal to exclusively livestream twenty premier league football games that's soccer with ten matches over one bank holiday and another ten during one mid week fixture program for three seasons starting in two thousand nineteen terms of the deal weren't disclosed but amazon says the matches will be available to uk prime video members at no extra cost to their existing subscription microsoft announced it bought a new data center online called the northern isles located under the sea near work knee and shetland microsoft project network is researching energy efficiency previously microsoft ran a data center off the central coast of california for one hundred five days to see if this was possible the northern isles will test if it's practical it's small about forty feet long with twelve server racks and eight hundred sixty four servers sources tell tech crunch that instagram will support longer form video to better compete with youtube and snapchat discover reportedly instagram will offer a dedicated space featuring scripted shows music videos and more in vertically oriented screen high def four k resolution launch partners including publishers and social media stars maybe announced on june twentieth valve announced in a blog post a new policy that will let virtually anything appear on the steam storefront as long as.

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