Month: September 2020

Chromecast with Google TV attempts to revive Android TV for the streaming wars

Chromecast with Google TV attempts to revive Android TV for the streaming wars

To his Launch Night In event today, Google officially unveiled Chromecast with Google TV. The new TV dongle is available today in the US for $ 50 (it will arrive in more countries by the end of this year). It’s quite inexpensive considering that it comes with its own remote control and dedicated operating system. …

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Call of Duty: Black Ops -- Cold War's Zombies cross-play is a bunker-buster

Call of Duty: Black Ops — Cold War’s Zombies cross-play is a bunker-buster

Activision announced that Call of Duty: Black Ops – Cold War Zombies will be set in a WWII bunker and offer cross-platform play for four-player co-op matches. The cross-platform play marks the first time that the Zombies will be available for players to team up with even though they are on different platforms like the …

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Diablo IV reworks its skills and talents systems

Diablo IV reworks its skills and talents systems

In its last Quarterly Developer Update, Blizzard Entertainment made detailed changes to Diablo IVThe skills and talents systems of. Blizzard revealed Diablo IV last November. Since then, we have received small updates on the project through these quarterly developer updates. Diablo IV is a huge game for Blizzard. If successful, this can give the developer …

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Monetization strategies for the skyrocketing LatAm mobile game market (VB Live)

Monetization strategies for the skyrocketing LatAm mobile game market (VB Live)

Presented by Facebook Audience Network There are obstacles to launching a mobile game internationally, but there has never been a better time to go global. To get a taste of what it takes for US publishers to build a global audience, especially in Latin America, join the experts at Facebook Audience Network at this VB …

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Muscular Dystrophy Association's Let's Play For A Cure targets gamers

Muscular Dystrophy Association’s Let’s Play For A Cure targets gamers

the Muscular dystrophy association launches a live broadcast event over several weeks, Let’s play for a cure, to raise funds for charity group players. Each week’s event will feature the game’s top talent and influencers, including Grammy-winning DJ Zedd, five-time Counter-Strike Champions Missharvey, Voyboy, Trick2g and JonSandman. The event will feature popular games such as …

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HaptX wins $1.5 million NSF grant to create full-body haptics for VR

HaptX wins $1.5 million NSF grant to create full-body haptics for VR

Virtual reality headsets are already advanced enough to trick your brain into thinking you’re moving through man-made 3D space, but VR equipment makers are still working to replicate the physical sensations of touch and force – not just in the hands. , but through the body of users. Today, VR Gloves Manufacturer HaptX announced that …

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Apple, Epic, and federal judge spar over restraining order in antitrust case

Apple, Epic, and federal judge spar over restraining order in antitrust case

An Oakland federal judge heard arguments today on a temporary restraining order in an antitrust case between Apple and Epic games. In doing so, she shed light on some important arguments in the case. The judge has not rendered a ruling on the TRO, in which Epic asks a judge to reinstate their Fortnite battle …

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