Google smacks intrusive ads, play PS3 games on PC, Spotify facing contract headaches ( 01:17 )

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Google plans to punish intrusive mobile ads next year, PlayStation Now hits PC and Spotify faces challenges renegotiating with various major record labels thanks to Apple's current deal.

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  • Google smacks intrusive ads, play PS3 games on PC, Spotify facing contract headaches (01:17)

    Google plans to punish intrusive mobile ads next year, PlayStation Now hits PC and Spotify faces challenges renegotiating with various major record labels thanks to Apple's current deal.

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