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Atari bringing classic games to iOS and Android

Atari bringing classic games to iOS and Android

The folks behind business strategy at gaming company Atari have let it be known this week that they’ll be staging a "Corporate Comeback" of sorts, starting with such important releases as "Asteroids" on iOS. They’ll be bringing a wide variety of games from the classic era to the mobile universe, working with both iOS and Android in the near future as well.

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Capcom now open to acquisition

Capcom now open to acquisition

Though Capcom has not gone out and suggested that they should be bought out by a larger company, this week they’ve voted to end a measure that would stop a "takeover" from happening. If a larger company - Microsoft or Nintendo, for example - were to buy up enough shares to take over leadership of the company, they could indeed do so.

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More cafes ban laptops: the growing push against tech

More cafes ban laptops: the growing push against tech

Coffee shops -- cafes, if you prefer -- are a staple for many, serving as the perfect destination to stop for a mid-day meal or that necessary cup of coffee. As the proliferation of mobile technology increased over the years, these shops came up with a simple idea to draw in more customers: free Wi-Fi. There was a time when such an offering was a novelty, but over the years it has become so expected that cafes without it are seen as odd relics.

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Google’s satellite plans may include Virgin Galactic investment

Google’s satellite plans may include Virgin Galactic investment

It would appear that Google is ramping up their efforts to bring the whole world internet access with a tipped investment in Virgin Galactic. Insiders have let it be known that Virgin Galactic is in talks with Google to move forth their next wave of space-bound technology. Talks are "likely to lead to a deal" between the two companies, an investment in the space company by Google, and quite a few dollars being moved from one to the other.

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Razer CEO makes candid apology for supply issues

Razer CEO makes candid apology for supply issues

Tt’s not often you find a company with a CEO whose main mode of communication with the public is Facebook. It’s also not often that you see the founder of a company as well known as Razer take responsibility for the company’s shortcomings. Today, Founder and CEO of Razer, Min-Liang Tan, has taken to the social network to make amends with the public for their "screwing up on anticipating demand" for their products for "a long time."

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Google tipped to acquire Songza for music curation

Google tipped to acquire Songza for music curation

In the wake of Apple’s purchase of Beats by Dre, Google has been tipped to be in talks to acquire the music streaming service Songza. While Google already has a streaming music service in its Google Play Music library and delivery system, the company may be looking for a way to compete with Apple’s oncoming integration of Beats Music curation into their music delivery system(s). Songza may be the answer Google needs.

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