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Netflix all set to acquire Finish mobile company Next Games

Streaming giant Netflix announced its foray into the mobile gaming market in November last year. The company has now taken its first major acquisition step in its new business vertical of mobile gaming. The company said that it is all set to buy publicly listed Finish mobile gaming company Next Games. The company will invest total $72.08 Mn in the Finish firm, according to reports (Read more)


U.S. States have started a new probe against Tik Tok


Video sharing major TikTok is once again facing the legal scrutiny. This time 8 states in United States including California & Massachusett have launched a nationwide probe against Tik Tok to investigate platform’s possible impact on young people. The probe will also investigate whether Tik Tok was aware of these harmful impact and deliberately chose to overlook it (Read more)


Facebook is closing down its College Social Network ( a network that probably nobody used)

Meta is permanently closing down Facebook’s campus pilot project on March 10th. The social media network will delete all campus profiles, posts and other data after 10th March. Facebook’s college social network was obviously targeted at college students in the U.S, offer more features that normal Facebook users don’t get. The pilot project was launched in 2020 in selected U.S cities (Read more)


Apple’s next big hardware event is on March 8th

Its official: Apple’s first big hardware event of 2022 will be conducted on March 8th at 10 A.M PT time. In this highly anticipated event, Apple is expected to give a peek into its next generation iPhone SE, iPad Air along with new Macs (Read more)


Amazon Stores are going for a massive closure in U.S and U.K

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Amazon is going for overhaul in the U.S. and U.K by planning to close all its Amazon Books Physical Bookstores as well as its Amazon 4-Star and Amazon Pop-up shops. In all, Amazon is closing as many as 68 physical stores in both these stores. Although all these stores will be closed in the coming weeks but their actual date of closure will vary depending on their physical location. The closure of all these stores will obviously lead to laying off employees but Amazon hasn’t disclosed the exact number of employees that will be laid off (Read more)

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