In past console generations you tended to think about Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo in fairly concrete terms. Nintendo was the outlier, forging its own strange path with consoles like the Wii, 3DS and Switch. These were consoles less about processing grunt and more about curating unique, tactile experiences.
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APRNEWS - Microsoft on Wednesday pledged $500 million for loans and grants aimed at ramping up construction of affordable housing in the Puget Sound area of Washington state where the US technology giant has its home.
APRNEWS - Kenya will use Alphabet Inc’s system of balloons to beam high-speed Internet access in hopes of connecting more of its rural population to the web, its ICT minister said.
APRNEWS - President Donald Trump lashed out Thursday after Brussels hit US tech giant Google with a record fine, and warned he would no longer allow Europe to take “advantage” of the United States.
BUSINESSAMLIVE - The deadline for compliance with Europe’s new privacy laws, the General Data Protection Regulation, GDPR, is Friday, May 25. and companies across the internet are asking all of their customers to review usually-skipped over privacy settings, including Facebook.
GUARDIAN - To boost human capital development, and enhance customer experience, to grow the local market, Tek Experts has commenced operation as a Customer Service and Support (CSS) centre in Lagos, in partnership with Microsoft.
REUTERS - Thomson Reuters Corp (TRI.TO) on Wednesday published its debut “Top 100 Global Technology Leaders” list with Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) in the no. 1 spot, followed by chipmaker Intel Corp (INTC.O) and network gear maker Cisco Systems Inc (CSCO.O).
AFP - Amazon, Google and now Apple... as the list of digital giants hit by the "Spectre" and "Meltdown" computer security flaws grows longer, the race is on to limit the damage.