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Microsoft’s Xbox One X, “world’s most powerful console” goes on sale
Nov07

Microsoft’s Xbox One X, “world’s most powerful console” goes on sale

Microsoft has just announced that the Xbox One X, which it described as “world’s most powerful console,” is now available to consumers in 35 markets globally. Consumers in those markets will be able to get the console for $499 at the biggest retailers as well as at the Microsoft Store. The new Xbox is 40 percent more powerful than any other game console currently available on the market—and that’s according to its specifications. As a...

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Mind boggling rise of online gaming
Oct17

Mind boggling rise of online gaming

Online gaming is growing at an unprecedented rate and it is showing no signs of slowing down. According to a report by Newzoo, 2.2 billion gamers across the globe are expected to generate $108.9 billion in game revenues in 2017. Mobile gaming and MMO (Massively Multiplayer Gaming) combined generated a revenue of about 19.9 billion U.S. dollars in 2016 and the data volume of online gaming traffic is forecasted to grow from 126...

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Spotify has quietly launched an app for iMessage
Sep16

Spotify has quietly launched an app for iMessage

Finally, and to the delight of many of us, Spotify has launched a version of its app for iMessage. Though, this was done quietly and without raising much dust, many users will come to accept this as one of the best steps the company has taken in recent time. With the new Spotify app for iMessage, you can now easily share tracks with friends, without leaving the chat app. It also put an end to copying-and-pasting links, TNW reports. In...

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YouTube TV expands to 8 more American cities
Sep15

YouTube TV expands to 8 more American cities

YouTube TV has further expanded to eight more cities, including Albuquerque, Austin, Birmingham, Greenville, Norfolk, Portland, Raleigh, and Sacramento. It means people in those eight cities can now start enjoying live TV streaming for $35 every month. When Google launched YouTube TV in 2016, only five cities had the opportunity of accessing it. Last July, the service was extended to more cities including DC, Houston, Atlanta,...

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Facebook’s Watch now available to US users
Aug31

Facebook’s Watch now available to US users

Facebook recently launched Watch, its new online video platform a couple of weeks ago, and the service is gradually gathering pace. On Thursday, the social media behemoth rolled out the video service to its US users. According to Reuters, people will be allowed to submit shows as Facebook plans to go all out to compete with YouTube in order to boost its revenue through ads. When all is done and dusted, Facebook plans to open Watch to...

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Facebook reinvents TV shows with a new video platform called “Watch”
Aug10

Facebook reinvents TV shows with a new video platform called “Watch”

  Facebook is giving TV shows a new meaning as the social media company today launched a new video platform called “Watch.” Content will be exclusively produced for the new platform by partners, who are expected to earn 55 percent of ad revenue while Facebook takes the remaining 45 percent. Shows and programs from the new platform will start rolling out to a small set of people in the US from tomorrow on mobile, desktop and...

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