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Google talks the “future of gaming” in GDC trailer

Published on 03/13/2019 @ 8 AM EST

In another Twitter teaser for next week’s Game Developers Conference, Google talks about their “vision for the future of gaming.” Rumors are already out they’ll announce their own game-streaming service while a patent earlier this week unveiled a smart controller.

Global outage for Gmail and Drive

Published on 03/13/2019 @ 8 AM EST

Google’s Gmail and Drive are both down for many users all over the world and they’ve taken to Twitter to complain. The tech giant describes the outages as a “service disruption” and they are currently investigating.

Spotify adds free Hulu for Premium subscribers

Published on 03/12/2019 @ 12 PM EST

In an attempt to entice listeners even more, Spotify Premium subscribers now get free Hulu as part of their plan. For only $9.99 per month, users will be able to watch ad-supported content on Hulu.

The World Wide Web turns 30

Published on 03/12/2019 @ 10 AM EST

The World Wide Web was invented 30 years ago today by Sir Tim Berners-Lee. Connecting people previously worlds apart, it was originally designed as a method for scientists to relay data back and forth.

RED Hydrogen One modules go missing

Published on 03/12/2019 @ 10 AM EST

After hinting at a 2019 arrival for camera, battery, and storage modules, they’ve gone missing from the RED Hydrogen One website. The founder claims they’re “currently in the middle of radically changing the Hydrogen program.”

Elizabeth Warren wants to break apart big companies

Published on 03/11/2019 @ 11 AM EST

The Massachusetts senator shared ideas about breaking up large tech brands such as Apple, Amazon, Google, and Facebook. Brands with annual global revenue more than $25 billion would “be prohibited from owning both the platform utility and any participants on that platform,” she wrote on Medium. With this, a brand like Amazon would be unable to sell their Basics line on their own platform and Apple wouldn’t be able to sell their own apps in the App Store.