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Epic Games Inc widened its dispute with Apple Inc over access to its popular Fortnite video game as it submitted a complaint to the UK’s antitrust tribunal.
Hours after Amazon effectively scrubbed it from the Internet, conservative social media network Parler is taking stumbling steps toward a relaunch.
Big tech’s decision to ban the Parler app and block outgoing US President Donald Trump is stoking support for alternative social networking sites and apps that bill themselves as promoting free speech and privacy.
Parler, the conservative social media platform whose traffic has surged amid a crackdown on inflammatory content by its rivals, sued Amazon.com Inc for ending web-hosting service for the site in the wake of rioting at the US Capitol last week.
The conservative social network Parler was forced offline on Jan 11, tracking websites showed, after Amazon warned the company would lose access to its servers for its failure to properly police violent content.
Tencent saw record growth in gaming in 2020, investing in nearly 30 companies as PUBG Mobile and Honour of Kings pulled in more than US$5bil. While Alibaba and ByteDance continue to push into gaming, miHoYo’s Genshin Impact became one of the hottest new titles without Tencent’s ecosystem.
Tech giants like Amazon have all cut ties with Parler, potentially leaving it without an Internet home even as its usership has recently been soaring.
As Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc banished users and groups supporting the violent mobs at the US Capitol last week – including President Donald Trump himself – downloads surged for a less restrictive social media app called Parler. But in an effort to prevent further riot organising, Google Inc and Apple Inc booted Parler from their app stores, and Amazon.com Inc shut off its web services.
One Twitter wag joked about lights flickering on and off at the White House being Donald Trump signalling to his followers in Morse code after Twitter and Facebook squelched the president for inciting rebellion.
CES turns up the sound: technologies that will help us hear, express ourselves and communicate better
They might be less visually spectacular than the latest generation of TVs or self-driving vehicles, but sound innovations are on track to change the daily lives of millions of people around the world.