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ESports teams invest in Fan AI for fan information

ESports teams invest in Fan AI for fan information

ESports may be growing in popularity. However, it’s seen that people spend their money differently on video games and real sports. Therefore, companies are turning to data monitoring tools to ma... Read more

‘Direct Purchase' from Microsoft Mixer lets viewers buy games directly from Livestream

‘Direct Purchase' from Microsoft Mixer lets viewers buy games directly from Livestream

Microsoft has been outlining its new plan for its Mixer streaming service, and that includes ‘Direct Purchases’. The Direct Purchase feature enables viewers to buy whatever game (or DLC) t... Read more

You can expect AI-powered taxis from Sony soon

You can expect AI-powered taxis from Sony soon

If you’re in Japan and looking for a taxi, you can call out to Sony!  There is a trending alliance between taxi companies and leading tech companies. This is why Sony is bringing out an AI-... Read more

Microsoft HoloLens for Rent now!

Microsoft HoloLens for Rent now!

For the past couple of years, Microsoft has spent its time arguing and building its vision of an augmented reality future with the launch of HoloLens. After realizing the potential of the enterprise-f... Read more

Qualcomm rejects Broadcom's $121 billion takeover offer

Qualcomm rejects Broadcom's $121 billion takeover offer

Qualcomm has turned down Broadcom’s $121 billion bid to buy the competing chipmaker! This means Broadcom has to try harder. The Snapdragon chip manufacturer rejected the offer saying, “(th... Read more

Motion Stills app on Android now has AR Stickers from Google

Motion Stills app on Android now has AR Stickers from Google

Google’s Motion Stills app on Android where users could edit video or gifs is getting an AR upgrade. The app is launching some fun AR Stickers and it will be rolled out on the Pixel 2 and a numb... Read more

Broadcom Raising Takeover Bid for Qualcomm

Broadcom Raising Takeover Bid for Qualcomm

Broadcom isn’t taking No for an answer! Broadcom is raising its takeover bid for Qualcomm up to $145 billion. The new number for the bid means $80 and $82 per share, from the earlier $70 per sha... Read more