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A week in tech and gaming – Stadia launch, Telsa Cybertruck, Rick and Morty on Porn Hub and more!

Wow, what a week in gaming and technology news! We give you the wrap-up in case you missed anything below!

Rick and Morty Season 4 uploaded to PornHub

This had to be the first cab off the rank this week. To avoid copywrite issues by uploading to YouTube, they have uploaded the full episode to PornHub. I won’t link it but you get the gist, go check it out for yourself!

A week in tech and gaming - Stadia launch, Telsa Cybertruck, Rick and Morty on Porn Hub and more!

Google has been collecting our medical information

Facebook has been raked over the coals for a long time in regards to how they have been handling our personal information, however google has remained fairly unscathed by allegations of how they mine and use our data until now. They have been caught out harvesting our medical information which surprised even doctors who were unaware, code-named ‘Project Nightingale’. Will this test the “don’t be evil” slogan that they recently changed?

Tesla’s Cybertruck?

Low polygons, breakable windows, sweet mileage and stocks plummeting. That about sums up this weird launch of a product no one really thought they needed. Elon Musk just announced their Cybertruck to various levels of applause. The truck itself is incredibly versatile and may be worthwhile for some folk, however the aesthetics makes it look more like Lara Croft in the first gaming iteration of the PlayStation heroin. See more about it here.

Stadia has been launched (to a thunderous silence)

Reviewers are already experiencing varied lag from an annoyance to unplayable. What we’re all trying to figure out is who is this being released for? The games aren’t rent-able and it’s not a subscription service (unless you want to game in 4K) you have to purchase full games at regular prices and have internet service to play even single player games. They’re saying it could total 600GB per month if you play 3 hours a day, for some this is just too much data.

Half-Life Alyx was announced

With everyone crying out for a half life 3, valve have announced their new fully VR game Half-Life Alyx. There isn’t much news about it just yet, but we’re all still here hanging for Half-Life 3. Sigh. Coming March 2020 it the next chapter in the Half-Life series.

Paypal spends a whopping $4 Billion dollars to buy Honey

Woah! That’s a lot of cash! PayPal must think that there is money in Honey (a chrome extension) which saves you money with coupons. Honey had rasied 49 million from investors already, but this is a substationally large buyout.

SpaceX‘s prototype blows a gasket (but it was expected)

Elon Musk and his colleagues were testing their new star-ship the Mk1 when it blew its top. It’s not a big deal according to Musk as it was designed to test the pressure in the ship and gives them a bunch of data to help make the star-ship even better.

CS:GO releases Operation Shattered Web

The first in what is hopefully a new line of season passes to revive your passion for the classic Counter Strike : Global Offensive. Find the full details in the video below!

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