YouTube Originals Shutting Down

YouTube is shuttering its YouTube Originals division, with lead Susanne Daniels expected to leave in March.

Microsoft Buying Activision Blizzard, CEO Kotick Likely Leaving Soon After

Microsoft announced it is buying Activision Blizzard in a deal worth a whopping $68.7 billion.

Intel’s CEO: ‘AMD In the Rearview Mirror…Never Again In the Windshield’

Intel’s CEO Pat Gelsinger released a video on LinkedIn welcoming the new year, and took the opportunity to take a major swipe at rival AMD.

Verizon and AWS Expand Mobile Edge Computing Availability

Verizon and AWS are expanding the availability of their mobile edge computing solution, bringing it to 30% more metro areas.

Yahoo Japan Employees Can Stay Remote, Fly to Work When Necessary

Yahoo Japan is upping the stakes in the remote work market, telling employees they can work from anywhere and be flown to work when needed.

Nvidia Bringing Fortnite Back to iOS and Android

Nvidia is doing what Epic can’t, bringing Fortnite back to iOS and Android via its GeForce NOW gaming platform.

Microsoft Orders Review of Harassment and Discrimination Policies, Including Bill Gates’ Case

Microsoft’s board has ordered a review of the company’s handling of sexual harassment and discrimination investigations, including one involving Bill Gates.

New Bill Would Force Companies to Simplify Their Terms of Service

A new bipartisan bill would take on terms of service agreements that are overly complex and leave users with very little choice.