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Xbox negotiates possible purchase of Discord

TOPICS: Amazon, Discord, Epic Games, Microsoft, Xbox

Microsoft and Xbox are in negotiations for the possible purchase of Discord. This is what Bloomberg assures based on its sources, a media that already advanced -by minutes- the purchase of Bethesda for 7.5 billion dollars last year. This chat service focused on video games had been looking for potential buyers for some time, setting […]

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US Congress accuses Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google of monopolistic practices

TOPICS: Amazon, Apple, Epic Games, Facebook, Google, Monopoly, Spotify, U.S. Congress

A 16-month investigation by a U.S. Congressional committee now yields its results in relation to the functioning and operation of the country’s major technologies. In a document published this Tuesday, Apple, Amazon, Facebook and Google are accused of following monopolistic practices and of dynamiting competition in the sector. During the time of the investigation, more […]

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Ring Always Home Cam, an autonomous drone that flies over the home

TOPICS: Amazon, cameras, drones, home surveillance, Ring Always Home Cam

In the last hours Amazon has introduced a series of devices for the home like the new Amazon Echo and Echo Dot, Amazon Echo Show or the Fire TV Stick and Fire TV Stick Lite. But in addition to all these, there are also several home surveillance cameras under the Ring brand (a company owned […]

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The movies you buy at Prime Video don’t belong to you, and a user takes Amazon to court for it

TOPICS: Amazon, Amazon Prime Video, consumers, court, lawsuit, lawyers, movies

A California user named Amanda Caudel has filed a lawsuit against Amazon, reopening the debate on the purchase of audiovisual content on streaming platforms and its availability. Six months ago, a Reddit thread (in r/movies) accumulated more than 10,000 votes, specifying that “movies bought on Amazon Prime Video don’t belong to you”. This thread has […]

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Crucible, Amazon’s first major free game, announces its release date

TOPICS: Amazon, Amazon Game Studios, Apex Legends, Call of Duty: Warzone, Crucible, Fortnite, League of Legends, Overwatch, PUBG, Steam, Valorant

Amazon Game Studios had been working on Crucible, the e-commerce giant’s first AAA video game, for six years. Earlier this year they reaffirmed that they intended to launch it during the first half of 2020, and today they finally set a release date. It will be next May 20th when PC players will be able […]

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