Amazon has launched its game streaming service. It's powered by Nvidia's GPUs and runs on Windows, which should developers easily port games. Right now, it supports over 100 games.
The launch date is still unknown, but service will be available on PC, Mac, Fire TV. The iPhone and iPad will get support via web apps. An Android version planned for after launch. The official pricing is also unknown, but early access price is set at $5.99/month.
Amazon also announced special controller that will cost $49.99 during the early access.
Epic Games vs Apple continued
Multiple developers, including Epic Games, Spotify and Basecamp, have formed the Coalition for App Fairness intended to coordinate efforts to fight against Apple's monopolistic behaviors on the AppStore.
Windows XP source code leaked
The source code of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 has leaked online.
It shouldn't be a big issue for Microsoft as Windows XP is no longer supported, but system itself might still have couple of surprises, as secret macOS theme has been discovered.