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Apple reportedly plans games subscription service akin to Netflix

Venture Beat reports: "Apple has a rough track record where games are concerned, frequently snatching defeat from the jaws of victory when it attempts new gaming...

Google asks U.S. Supreme Court to reverse Oracle’s Android copyright ruling

Venture Beat reports: "Alphabet’s Google on Thursday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a ruling that resurrected a billion-dollar copyright case brought by Oracle that...

HuffPost Lays Off At Least 15 Staffers Amid Verizon Media Cuts

The Hollywood Reporter reports: "At least 15 HuffPost employees were laid off on Thursday as part of 7 percent cross-company cuts made by parent...

BuzzFeed to Lay Off 15 Percent of Company Workforce

Billboard reports: "BuzzFeed is laying off 15 percent of its workforce, about 215 people, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter. CEO Jonah Peretti on Wednesday (Jan. 23)...

Google Fined $57M By French Regulators For Breaching New EU Privacy...

Billboard reports: "France’s data privacy watchdog fined Google €50 million ($57 million) on Monday, the first penalty for a U.S. tech giant under new European...

Amazon Emerges as Most Valuable US Company Amid Market Turmoil

Billboard reports: "Amazon has eclipsed Microsoft as the most valuable publicly traded company in the U.S. as a see-sawing stock market continues to reshuffle...

Apple Stock Price Plunges After Earnings Warning

Variety reports: "Apple shares sank about 9% at the start of trading Thursday, a day after the company issued a rare earnings warning that it...

In San Bernardino Shooting Lawsuit, Twitter, Facebook, Google Let Off Hook

Deadline Hollywood reports: "In a ruling late Monday, a federal judge in San Francisco dismissed lawsuits against Facebook, Twitter and Google that sought to punish them for their role...

Amazon announces a record-breaking holiday, ‘tens of millions’ of new Prime...

Tech Crunch reports: "Amazon had another record-breaking holiday season, the retailer announced this morning. The company says it added 'tens of millions' of people who signed up...

Charter Reaches $174 Million Settlement on Internet-Throttling Fraud Suit

Variety reports: "Charter Communications agreed to a settlement valued at $174.2 million to resolve a lawsuit alleging the U.S.’s second-biggest cable operator defrauded broadband customers by...
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ChaCha Lands $7 Million for Mobile Answers Service

Indianapolis, Ind. - ChaCha, a text message-based search engine service, announced on Monday that it has raised $7 million in its fifth round of venture capital financing. ...

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