Techie Tuesday: Google Introduces its Gaming Platform & the Storm is Not Yet over for Chinese Apps

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  1. The storm surrounding its apps is far from settling down in China. According to a report, Chinese app developer Do Global has been banned by Google after it was found guilty of committing massive fraud and misusing user permissions.
  2. The grips of piracy have held the world tighter than any other vice. GOT, the most hyped show in recent times saw getting 55 Million times pirated views in just 24 hours of launch.
  3. Google announced its first gaming platform. CEO Sunder Pichai announced recently that Google Stadia will enable users to play games via their web browsers or even YouTube without waiting for the game to be downloaded on to a device.
  4. Here's some good news for Call of Duty lovers! As it is hard to ignore the importance of smartphones in the life of millennials, after PUBG, the war game is all set to make headway into the smartphones.

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