Tech Bytes: Twitter joining payment market, Google’s Stadia refunds

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Elon Musk revealing Twitter’s plan to get into the payment market. During a livestream, he told advertisers Twitter users will be able to send money to others on the platform. He did not provide a timeline for the feature. In 1999, Musk co-founded what became Paypal.

Google is now issuing refunds for subscription fees and games played on “Stadia”. The 3 year old cloud gaming service is being shut down in January, because Google admits it never attracted the number of users expected.

If you can’t decide what to make for dinner, the press of a button could decide for you. A Swedish company is testing an app with an “Unplan” button. It picks out a recipe and delivers the ingredients to you in 10 minutes.