Category: Entertainment

Microsoft, Activision to sell streaming rights to secure biggest video gaming deal

Sales of streaming rights by Microsoft and Activision will result in the largest video game agreement

Activision Blizzard, the company behind "Call of Duty," will transfer its streaming rights to Ubisoft Entertainment in a new bid to obtain the British anti-trust regulator's blessing for its $69…

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Netflix to make its games playable on more devices

More devices will be able to play Netflix’s games

Netflix's vice president of games, Mike Verdu, announced in a blog post on Monday that the firm will test games on a few TVs and desktops as a first step…

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Sony PlayStation 5 console sales pass 40 million

Sony PlayStation 5 console sales pass 40 million

According to the gaming business of Sony Group Corp, more than 40 million PlayStation 5 machines have been sold. The company cited improved supply chain issues as the reason for…

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Amazon.com plans to introduce a paid layer of its Prime Video streaming service.

For its Prime Video streaming service, Amazon is planning an ad tier.

According to persons familiar with the situation, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday that Amazon.com plans to introduce a paid layer of its Prime Video streaming service. According to…

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EA's quarterly bookings have exceeded expectations, thanks to the success of FIFA. The popular soccer video game has been a major contributor to EA's success, helping the company reach new heights.

‘FIFA’ success helped EA’s quarterly bookings above expectations

Electronic Arts Inc, a producer of video games, surpassed fourth-quarter booking expectations on Tuesday as the newest iterations of its "FIFA" and "Madden NFL" series maintained strong player interest. The…

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Nintendo celebrates the success of the "Super Mario" movie, but predicts a decrease in Switch sales in the coming months. Despite this, the company remains optimistic about its future prospects

Nintendo notes the success of the “Super Mario” movie but expects a decline in Switch sales.

Nintendo of Japan said on Tuesday that it expects sales of its outdated Switch platform to fall even further to 15 million units in the fiscal year ending in March…

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The patent trial between Google and Sonos is set to begin, with both companies disputing the use of smart speaker technology. Find out what the outcome of this trial could mean for the future of the industry.

Disputed smart speaker patent trial between Google and Sonos is set to begin.

On Monday, a San Francisco court trial will pit Sonos Inc. against Alphabet's Google over allegations that Google stole Sonos' copyrighted smart-speaker technology in wireless audio products like Google Home…

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The UK has adopted stricter gambling laws in the age of smartphones, aiming to protect vulnerable people from the potential harms of online gambling. The new regulations will help ensure a safer gambling environment.

UK adopts stricter gambling laws in the age of smartphones.

In an effort to update legislation in light of the surge in online and mobile betting, Britain unveiled long-awaited steps to combat problem gambling on Thursday. The ideas call for…

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Netflix has restored service during the livestream of "Love is Blind"

Netflix has restored service during the livestream of “Love is Blind”

Following a brief outage late on Sunday as the dating reality show "Love is Blind" was being streamed live, Netflix Inc's services were resumed. After receiving numerous social media complaints…

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According to Tencent, their own-developed video transcoding chip has started mass production.

Chinese Technology¬†giant Tencent Holdings announced on Monday that its self-developed video transcoding processor Canghai has started mass production and is now enabling services like cloud gaming and video live streaming.…

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