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Microsoft backtracks on planned price hike of Xbox Live Gold. TechCrunch Backtracks from Microsoft on the planned price increase for Xbox Live Gold The company says it has “failed to satisfy the expectations of players who rely on it every day.”

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Meet Smash Ventures, the low-flying outfit that has quietly funded Epic Games among others

Smash Ventures is an investor in the games giant Epic Games. TechCrunch Smash Ventures is an investor in the giant Epic Games game company. The venture capital firm was founded jointly by Eric Garland and Evan Richter after leaving Disney. The pair say that after striking out on their own a few years ago, theyContinue reading “Meet Smash Ventures, the low-flying outfit that has quietly funded Epic Games among others”

Next Month Oculus Will Support App Sharing, Multi-User Accounts

Oculus is rolling out multi-user accounts and app sharing to its Quest 2 virtual-reality headset. Gizmodo Oculus is rolling out multi-user accounts and sharing applications for its virtual reality headset Quest 2 Before rolling out to all Quest devices, the function will start on Quest 2 first. Sharing the app can only be activated onContinue reading “Next Month Oculus Will Support App Sharing, Multi-User Accounts”

2150 launches with $240m fund to reduce the carbon footprint of the world’s growing cities

A new VC fund, “2150”, is launching with the first close of a €200m ($240m) fund which will back technologies aimed largely at reducing the carbon footprint of cities. TechCrunch With the first closing of a EUR 200 m ($240 m) fund, a new VC fund, ‘2150’, is launched that will support technologies aimed primarilyContinue reading “2150 launches with $240m fund to reduce the carbon footprint of the world’s growing cities”

Google Fined $3.8 Million in Settlement Over Alleged Hiring and Pay Discrimination

Google settled with the U.S. Department of Labor for $3.8 million over pay discrimination allegations. Gizmodo The United States and Google have reached an agreement. Department of Labor for $3.8 million in retaliation for allegations of pay discrimination. Women and Asian applicants were accused of being paid less than their male counterparts by the company.Continue reading “Google Fined $3.8 Million in Settlement Over Alleged Hiring and Pay Discrimination”

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