• Former Google Employee Files Lawsuit Alleging the Company Fired Him Over Pro-Diversity Posts

    According to court documents filed today, a former Google engineer is suing the company for discrimination, harassment, retaliation, and wrongful termination. "Tim Chevalier, a software developer and former site-reliability engineer at Google, claims t...

  • AWS’ Serverless Application Repository compounds its early advantage

    Amazon Web Services launched its Serverless Application Repository out of beta, which provides developers with an easy way to kick-start their use of its Lambda application development tool.

  • Scientists Discover a New Way To Use DNA As a Storage Device

    Mark Wilson shares a report from BetaNews: Researchers from the Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) in Ireland have developed a way to use bacteria to archive up to up to one zettabyte in one gram of DNA. The technique uses double-strained DNA mole...

  • What Nuro’s focus on last-mile delivery might mean for the autonomous vehicle sector

    GUEST: The self-driving car industry is developing rapidly, and companies are competing not just to perfect the technology first, but also to figure out and execute the type of autonomous vehicle model that’s most likely to be profitable and accepted by the general public. Originating as Google’s self-driving car project, Waymo remains...

  • Game Industry Pushes Back Against Efforts To Restore Gameplay Servers

    Kyle Orland reports via Ars Technica: A group of video game preservationists wants the legal right to replicate "abandoned" servers in order to re-enable defunct online multiplayer gameplay for study. The game industry says those efforts would hurt the...

  • Monster Hunter: World helps Capcom own January in the U.S.

    Capcom likes January. The company was the top-performing publisher in the United States, according to industry-tracking firm The NPD Group. Monster Hunter: World was the driving factor here, as it was the No. 1 selling game of the month overall as well as on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One systems. “Sales...

  • Nintendo 3DS had its best January sales since 2013

    The Nintendo 3DS handheld console just had its best January since 2013 in terms of consoles sold, according to the NPD Group. For hardware dollar sales, it was the portable’s best January since 2014. This success comes at an odd time. Nintendo’s support for the 3DS — which debuted in 2011 — is slowing...

  • January 2018 NPD: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds hits top 5 on Xbox alone

    One of the biggest games in the world continued to dominate in January. PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds was the No. 4 best-seller in the United States last month, according to industry-tracking firm The NPD Group. What’s impressive is that only includes “physical” and digital sales on Xbox One and not Steam sales on PC....

  • Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One sales are all on fire

    Hardware sales doubled year-over-year in January, according to industry-tracking firm The NPD Group. Nintendo, Microsoft, and Sony all benefited from that spending. “Hardware spending in January 2018 grew 119 percent when compared to year ago, to $278 million,” NPD analyst Mat Piscatella said. “Spending gains were driven by Switch, Xbox One, and...

  • January NPD 2018: Monster Hunter even slays beasts like Call of Duty and PUBG

    2018 is off to a good start for the gaming industry. Revenues in January were up 59 percent year-over-year and generated $1.096 billion, according to the industry-tracking firm The NPD Group. The big winner is Capcom’s Monster Hunter: World, which was the best-selling game for the month despite launching January 26. The...

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