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Apple lawsuit: Built by Steve Jobs, Apple is like "Hotel California, you can check out but you can never leave" - tech.hindustantimes.com - Usa - state California
tech.hindustantimes.com
22.03.2024 / 05:47

Apple lawsuit: Built by Steve Jobs, Apple is like "Hotel California, you can check out but you can never leave"

Call it a "walled garden" or an ecosystem, but at the heart of Thursday's blockbuster US lawsuit against Apple are the many ways the company gets customers to remain faithful to its products.

Rumor: Blizzard May Restore Partnership With NetEase Soon - gamerant.com - China - Diablo
gamerant.com
14.03.2024 / 01:09

Rumor: Blizzard May Restore Partnership With NetEase Soon

Blizzard and NetEase are allegedly planning on announcing the restoration of their partnership within the next few weeks. If the rumors are true, Blizzard may be able to restore access to its games in China via NetEase this year, possibly as early as April.

Samsung Was Previously Rumored To Have Considered MediaTek’s Dimensity 9000 For Its Galaxy S Series, But Could Not Due To Scare Supply - wccftech.com - Taiwan - China - North Korea - county San Diego
wccftech.com
09.03.2024 / 10:31

Samsung Was Previously Rumored To Have Considered MediaTek’s Dimensity 9000 For Its Galaxy S Series, But Could Not Due To Scare Supply

There was a slight chance that Samsung would have partnered with MediaTek to bring its Dimensity 9000 to its flagship Galaxy S series in the past. Given that the Taiwanese company took the premium Android SoC market by surprise with this release, competitors started taking note of MediaTek and where it could be headed. Unfortunately, the deal between the two firms could not materialize, with a tipster sharing that there was a scarce supply of the chipset, amongst other reasons.

Intel’s Next-Gen Panther Lake Client & Clearwater Forest Xeon CPUs Now Supported In LLVM Along With AVX10.1 - wccftech.com - county Forest - county Lake
wccftech.com
07.03.2024 / 16:48

Intel’s Next-Gen Panther Lake Client & Clearwater Forest Xeon CPUs Now Supported In LLVM Along With AVX10.1

The LLVM 18.1 release has seen new support for Intel's next-gen Panther Lake client & Clearwater Forest server CPUs.

Baldur's Gate 3 hotfix live for PC, PS5, and Mac, but Xbox has to wait - eurogamer.net
eurogamer.net
07.03.2024 / 13:01

Baldur's Gate 3 hotfix live for PC, PS5, and Mac, but Xbox has to wait

Developer Larian has issued another hotfix (number 21) for Baldur's Gate 3 across PC, PlayStation 5 and Mac. However, those on Xbox will have to wait a little longer for this and the game's previous hotfix to arrive, as they are still going through testing.

Alan Wake 2 Revised PC System Requirements Shared as Patch 1.0.16.1 Introducing Massive Performance Improvements Goes Live - wccftech.com
wccftech.com
06.03.2024 / 20:10

Alan Wake 2 Revised PC System Requirements Shared as Patch 1.0.16.1 Introducing Massive Performance Improvements Goes Live

New Alan Wake 2 PC system requirements were shared online today by Remedy Entertainment as a new patch optimizing rendering for older GPUs went live.

Crash Bandicoot, Spyro Dev Toys for Bob Becomes Independent Studio, May Partner with Microsoft | Push Square - pushsquare.com
pushsquare.com
05.03.2024 / 21:31

Crash Bandicoot, Spyro Dev Toys for Bob Becomes Independent Studio, May Partner with Microsoft | Push Square

Toys for Bob, the developer behind titles like Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time and Spyro: Reignited Trilogy, has announced that it's becoming an independent studio. Previously, the Californian outfit had operated under Activision, but it was hit with layoffs after Microsoft's acquisition of the publisher. Toys for Bob also had its office shuttered as part of the 'consolidation' process.

Toys for Bob goes independent, but explores partnership with Microsoft - thesixthaxis.com
thesixthaxis.com
04.03.2024 / 15:45

Toys for Bob goes independent, but explores partnership with Microsoft

Longtime Activision developer Toys for Bob is spinning off as an independent game studio, breaking off from Activision’s new owners Microsoft… but curiously also then exploring a potential new partnership with Microsoft.

Crash Team Rumble Winding Down With Final Update Next Week - gameranx.com
gameranx.com
01.03.2024 / 13:19

Crash Team Rumble Winding Down With Final Update Next Week

Activision has announced Crash Team Rumble is ending support next week.

Crash Bandicoot 4 studio Toys For Bob split from Activision and Microsoft to go independent - rockpapershotgun.com - state California - San Francisco
rockpapershotgun.com
01.03.2024 / 11:23

Crash Bandicoot 4 studio Toys For Bob split from Activision and Microsoft to go independent

As the video games industry violently contracts to ensure shareholder satisfaction at the cost of making thousands upon thousands of people unemployed, Skylanders studio Toys For Bob have announced they're splitting from Activision Blizzard and Microsoft to go independent. Good for them, but maybe too late for some. Earlier this month, the San Francisco Chronicle reported that it seemed Activision Blizzard were closing Toys For Bob's California headquarters and laying off 86 people. Still, the new independent Toys For Bob say they're working on something new and "exploring a possible partnership" with Microsoft.

Crash Team Rumble support ends after nine months, as developer splits with Activision - eurogamer.net
eurogamer.net
01.03.2024 / 10:59

Crash Team Rumble support ends after nine months, as developer splits with Activision

Crash Team Rumble will have no further content updates after 4th March, less than nine months after its launch.

Toys for Bob Goes Indie But Will Still Likely Partner with Microsoft - wccftech.com
wccftech.com
01.03.2024 / 10:34

Toys for Bob Goes Indie But Will Still Likely Partner with Microsoft

Out of the blue, Novato-based game developer Toys for Bob announced it is going indie, splitting from Activision and Microsoft. The brief announcement message says this is a move to 'return to roots' and be a nimble studio once again.

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