Facebook, Amazon, Twitter and YouTube battle it out to stream NFL games

Starbucks will start offering the ability to text gift cards with Apple Pay and iMessage.
0:54 | 03/24/17

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Transcript for Facebook, Amazon, Twitter and YouTube battle it out to stream NFL games
In today's tech bikes for tech giants are battling for the gridiron. The bell is selling rights to stream next season's Thursday night football and FaceBook Amazon Twitter and YouTube have already submitted proposals last season Twitter paid a reported ten million dollars to stream ten games. It's picking up Twitter in an attempt to attract new users and more revenue. Well it is now considering offering. Premium version of its service to professionals like marketers and journalists but would then use this comes in membership fee Twitter is conducting a survey among likely is this if there's any interest. Starbucks is taking gift card giving to the next level yes annex month anyone with an iPhone or apple pay will be able to text Starbucks gift cards. Using I message. I'll take free money however don't think there have been busier they're right at a get.

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