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Disney sells mobile game studio FoxNext Games to Scopely

Disney sells mobile game studio FoxNext Games to Scopely – TechCrunch Sarah Perez @sarahintampa / 2 days Disney announced today it has sold the game studio FoxNext Games Los Angeles, the makers of “MARVEL Strike Force” and other titles, as well as Cold Iron Studios in San Jose, ...

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Where FaZe Clan sees the future of gaming and entertainment

Yes, it’s official: TechCrunch is hosting its on space-focused tech event on June 25 in LA. This will be a one-day, high-profile program featuring discussions with the top companies and people in space tech, startups and investment. We’ll be revealing more about programming over the next few months, but if ...

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Building long-tail success after a breakout game

applications and databases. With this, they can take those workloads and slowly move them to the cloud, without having to re-engineer their applications and infrastructure. Power Systems on Google Cloud is obviously integrated with Google’s services and billing tools.n This is very much an enterprise offering, without a published pricing ...

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Nvidia’s new 360Hz G-Sync displays are tailor-made for esports

Nvidia has developed new technology that enables 360Hz refresh rates on PC displays, achieving unprecedented responsiveness that’s perfectly suited to esports, where any advances in terms of refresh speeds can translate to improved performance during play. Nvidia’s new G-sync tech that delivers the 360Hz refresh speeds will be coming to ...

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PlayStation 5 announced for holidays 2020

Turns out Sony is still able to pack a surprise or two into its CES press conference. The company just kicked off its event by announcing that the PlayStation 5 will be arriving this holiday season. Not a lot was revealed about the next-gen console, beyond a few basic features, ...

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Tesla vehicles are getting Stardew Valley

Tesla vehicles are getting Stardew Valley – TechCrunch Greg Kumparak @grg / 1 week Tesla owners have seen a bunch of games added to their car’s in-dash display over the last few months, from a handful of Atari classics to the painfully hard Cuphead. Next up? The oh-so-sweet ...

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