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MarTech Cube 2021-11-23
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KORE (NYSE: KORE), a global leader in Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and worldwide IoT Connectivity-as-a-Service (CaaS), announced today the launch of KORE OmniSIM™, a true global eSIM solution that makes IoT connectivity more accessible and seamless across the globe. “Innovation and a pioneering spirit are embedded deeply into our DNA at KORE, and the launch of OmniSIM further positions us as the leading eSIM provider for the Internet of Things,” said KORE President and CEO Romil Bahl. “We’re entering what I like to call the ‘Decade of IoT’, and in order to deliver on the growth that we expect, eSIM technologies will be a key enabling factor to the explosion of IoT solutions globally. ”
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MarTech Cube 2021-10-26
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Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) announced today a rebuilt mobile banking experience for consumer and small business customers, set to begin rolling out early next year, with an all-new virtual assistant — Fargo™ — to be added later in 2022.

The enhanced digital capabilities are part of the company’s multiyear strategy to become digital-first and reinvent digital personal finance, supported by increased investments in next generation technology and strategic partnerships with leading tech companies.

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Jana Anderson 2021-11-07
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 (Austin, TX, USA, 14 October 2021): CrowdPoint Technologies, Inc. ("CrowdPoint"), a Blockchain Ecosystem and Exchange provider, announced today the launch of its nextgen blockchain technology through its 11 sectors, public-private exchange strategy through the Blockchain Ecosystem Exchange ("BEX"). With international development teams across North America, South America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and the Asian perimeter, CrowdPoint's goal is to democratize data behind human identity. For the average global citizen, blockchain can be confusing and bewildering. This is likely because of the noise around businesses and currency models that use blockchain," says Sean Brehm, the Chairman & CEO of CrowdPoint Technologies. Our approach is simple: drive improved e-commerce using big data and blockchain to create revenue first and worry about speculation later." The shared services also include technologies that help small and medium-sized companies grow and compete like large enterprises.
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Paul Kliebert 2017-10-04
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Google announced some new hardware at a characteristically low-key event in San Francisco on Wednesday.

Inevitably, one thing seemed clear: Google wants to be a gadget company, too.

There’s a little smart speaker, a big smart speaker, a smartphone, a smart laptop, a smart-looking VR headset, a smart set of earbuds, and even a smart camera that takes pictures even when you don’t ask it to.

In some particular order, here’s everything Google announced today

The new smartphone from Google runs pure Android Oreo and, supposedly, has the best smartphone camera ever made.

The headphone jack is also gone.

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Loyd Davis 2017-09-12
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Holy heck, everyone, Apple just announced new iPhones, and for the first time in years, they actually look new and different.

Less surprising were upgrades to Apple TV and the Apple Watch.

Everybody knew a Tenth Anniversary iPhone was inevitable, but it was still a thrill to get our first glimpse at the slab of stainless steel and glass.

This facial recognition feature uses an array of sensors on the front of the device to map your face and unlock the phone, as soon as you look at it.

As mentioned above, the new iPhone X ditches Touch ID for Face ID, a fancy facial recognition system.

Along with the the proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, microphone, and front camera that have appeared on previous iPhone models, the iPhone X also includes an infrared camera, flood illuminator, and dot projector.

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MarTech Cube 2021-10-19
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Partnership expands PRophet’s verified journalist data across UK, Europe, LatAm and Asia and provides customers access to PeakMetrics’ leading AI-driven media monitoring and intelligence platformPRophet, a Stagwell (NASDAQ: STGW) company and the first-ever AI-driven SaaS platform to help predict earned media interest, sentiment, and spread, announced today an exclusive partnership with PeakMetrics, the leading machine-learning powered media monitoring, and narrative analytics platform.The partnership will substantially increase PRophet’s access to verified journalists from high authority media outlets in the U.S. and for the first time expand PRophet’s reach into the UK, Europe, LatAm and Asia.

By tapping into PeakMetrics’ AI-driven analytics capabilities, PRophet users will be able to access the PeakMetrics platform and measure the success of their PR efforts.

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Sandra Wilson 2019-09-10
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Today, Apple announced a slew of new hardware products at an event held at its corporate campus in Cupertino, California.

The highlight, of course, was the iPhone 11.

Apple detailed three successors to the current lineup of smartphones, focusing heavily on new photo and video capabilities.

The company also unveiled a new iPhone trade-in service, announced new models of the Apple Watch and iPad, and gave more details on its upcoming streaming video and game services.

If you missed the event, here’s what you need to know.

The headliners of the event were the 5.8-inch iPhone 11 Pro and the 6.5-inch 11 Pro Max.

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Joseph Averitt 2016-11-04
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BlizzCon is underway in Anaheim, California, and publisher Blizzard Entertainment used its annual massive fan event to make several big announcements.

But don t go back and sit through the video just to get the news because you were busy when it was livestreaming — that s for suckers.We ve gathered up all the major headlines for you right here:Overwatch is about to get a major content drop that includes the new character Sombra.

She s an offensive character that can hack her opponents, teleport, and turn invisible.

Blizzard is also planning to introduce new 1-on-1 and 3-on-3 game types in a new Arcade mode as well as two new maps.While the Overwatch World Cup is happening this weekend, Blizzard plans to establish a long-term league for the shooter that it will own and operate.

Teams will get tied to cities, and players will get guaranteed contracts and benefits.The Darkening of Tristram add-on for Diablo III hits test servers next week, and it re-creates the original Diablo game inside of Diablo III.

The publisher is also bringing back the popular Diablo II class Necromancer.In early December, Blizzard will begin the Mean Streets of Gadgetzan expansion.

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Charles Gilbert 2019-03-25
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Even after last week’s stream of hardware releases — a new iPad, new iMacs, and new AirPods all back-to-back — Apple had more to announce.

The company announced a bunch of new stuff at a two hour event this morning, primarily focusing on its new premium media subscriptions.

AppleTV+: Apple is building an ad-free subscription video service.

It announced a ton of new original content from names like Oprah, Steve Carell, JJ Abrams, Steven Spielberg, Jason Momoa, Kumail Nanjiani, and many, many more.

You’ll also be able to use the app to subscribe to and view other add-on services, like HBO, Showtime, Stars, and CBS All Access.

The new Apple TV app will work with iOS, macOS, and smart TVs (Samsung first, then Sony, LG, and Vizio) along with Roku’s hardware and Amazon’s Fire TV.

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John Larsen 2016-10-04
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In a 100-minute event on Tuesday, the company unveiled an entire line of products made not by hardware partners, but by Google s own robust in-house product teams.

What s more important is what s on the inside: An unprecedented amount of AI, a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, Daydream-ready VR status, and one hell of a smartphone camera more on that next .

What's more important is what's on the inside: An unprecedented amount of AI, a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, Daydream-ready VR status, and one hell of a smartphone camera more on that next .

Spec-wise, the Pixels cameras look decent: 12-megapixel sensors, f/2.0 lenses, and handy modes for HDR stills and burst shooting.

The 4K video mode s gyroscope-based stabilization also looks great, and you get unlimited storage of your full-res shots and videos on Google Photos.

Google VP of VR Clay Bavor says this new headset helps make VR simpler, friendlier, and more accessible.

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Owen Grundy 2016-09-07
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There are two new models, the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus.

They go on sale September 9 for $649 and $769.

The storage gets a bump, so now the lowest-priced configuration will come with 32GB.

Also, new colors: Space gray is gone, but there are two types of black matte and glossy along with gold and rose gold.

In a move that s sure to cause great controversy, Apple has ditched the analog headphone jack.

It will be painful, but wireless is certainly the future.

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0
Warren Edwards 2017-10-04
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Google held a press conference today in San Francisco, where the company announced everything from new phones to crazy machine learning-powered wearable cameras.

It was a flurry of news.

Don’t have time to catch up with all of it?

We get it — that’s why we condensed it all down into one quick slideshow just focusing on the highlights.

Tap that right arrow to advance to the next slide, or, if you’re on mobile, just scroll.

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0
Reginald Carson 2020-09-22
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It’s a big day for the folks over at HMD Global. Not only is the company launching the Nokia 8.3 5G, but that new phone will be joined by two entry-level budget options: the Nokia 3.4 and the Nokia 2.4. On top of that, HMD Global also announced a number of new accessories for these phones, including the arrival of … Continue reading
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Justin Martinez 2017-11-03
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Today is the first day of BlizzCon 2017 and, as it has done for every BlizzCon previously, Blizzard kicked off the show with its opening ceremony.

It’s during this ceremony that Blizzard talks about what’s coming up in its games, and this year it certainly didn’t disappoint.

Blizzard CEO Mike Morhaime started the reveals by announcing that Starcraft II will soon be going free-to-play.

Players who have yet to purchase any StarCraft II campaigns will get Wings of Liberty for free, while those who already own Wings of Liberty will get its follow-up, Heart of the Swarm, for free instead.

While that means the meat and potatoes of StarCraft II will be free no matter what you own, you’ll still need to pay for any campaigns you don’t already own should you want to play through those.

Blizzard says it will be offering all existing single-player content in a bundle for $39.99, though the campaigns will be available separately for $14.99 each.

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Laura Kelly 2016-07-25
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It s hard to find a more anticlimactic deal in the history of technology than the $4.8 billion Verizon acquisition of Yahoo announced today.In taking this step, Verizon plans to effectively merge Yahoo with AOL, something every single human being on the planet has suggested the two companies do for well over a decade, and maybe even longer.At long last, we will finally see if Verizon can take two wrongs and make a right.Rose-colored press releases aside, the deal already feels a bit tired.

Way back in 2006, when there were widespread reports that Yahoo might try to buy AOL, the concern was that Google had bought some video startup called YouTube and that Yahoo needed to respond.

Later, there was competition with insurgents Facebook and Twitter.

And of them mobile.Amid a carousel of CEOs, the ultimate answer was always deemed to be the same: Yahoo and AOL should merge!This remained the conventional wisdom even after Verizon bought AOL last year for $4.4 billion and persisted even after AOL CEO Tim Armstrong last year declared such a deal a dead notion.

We have enormous respect for what Yahoo has accomplished: This transaction is about unleashing Yahoo s full potential, building upon our collective synergies, and strengthening and accelerating that growth, Armstrong said today in a press release.

Combining Verizon, AOL and Yahoo will create a new powerful competitive rival in mobile media, and an open, scaled alternative offering for advertisers and publishers.

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Brandon Gaither 2016-09-23
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Microsoft s star controller just became a bit more versatile.The house of Windows announced today that its newest wireless controller for the Xbox One will soon become compatible with the Samsung Gear VR.

— which currently leads the field in the mobile sector of a virtual reality industry that could be worth $30 billion industry by 2020, according to tech adviser Digi-Capital.The mobile virtual reality platform s version of Minecraft, the hit block-building game, will be the first to receive support for the controller in October, with other controller-enabled titles receiving the feature later.

This makes sense, as Microsoft owns Minecraft s creator, Mojang.The Xbox One controller is on its third version, which notably added Bluetooth support.

Before, Microsoft used its own wireless connection proprietary communication protocol, which it made it difficult for the controller to talk with other devices.

With Bluetooth support, it s easier to make the device work with platforms like Gear VR.

A wireless controller is essential for many VR games, since you can t connect a wired controller to mobile devices.

collect
0
MarTech Cube 2021-11-23
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KORE (NYSE: KORE), a global leader in Internet of Things (IoT) solutions and worldwide IoT Connectivity-as-a-Service (CaaS), announced today the launch of KORE OmniSIM™, a true global eSIM solution that makes IoT connectivity more accessible and seamless across the globe. “Innovation and a pioneering spirit are embedded deeply into our DNA at KORE, and the launch of OmniSIM further positions us as the leading eSIM provider for the Internet of Things,” said KORE President and CEO Romil Bahl. “We’re entering what I like to call the ‘Decade of IoT’, and in order to deliver on the growth that we expect, eSIM technologies will be a key enabling factor to the explosion of IoT solutions globally. ”
Jana Anderson 2021-11-07
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 (Austin, TX, USA, 14 October 2021): CrowdPoint Technologies, Inc. ("CrowdPoint"), a Blockchain Ecosystem and Exchange provider, announced today the launch of its nextgen blockchain technology through its 11 sectors, public-private exchange strategy through the Blockchain Ecosystem Exchange ("BEX"). With international development teams across North America, South America, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and the Asian perimeter, CrowdPoint's goal is to democratize data behind human identity. For the average global citizen, blockchain can be confusing and bewildering. This is likely because of the noise around businesses and currency models that use blockchain," says Sean Brehm, the Chairman & CEO of CrowdPoint Technologies. Our approach is simple: drive improved e-commerce using big data and blockchain to create revenue first and worry about speculation later." The shared services also include technologies that help small and medium-sized companies grow and compete like large enterprises.
Loyd Davis 2017-09-12
img

Holy heck, everyone, Apple just announced new iPhones, and for the first time in years, they actually look new and different.

Less surprising were upgrades to Apple TV and the Apple Watch.

Everybody knew a Tenth Anniversary iPhone was inevitable, but it was still a thrill to get our first glimpse at the slab of stainless steel and glass.

This facial recognition feature uses an array of sensors on the front of the device to map your face and unlock the phone, as soon as you look at it.

As mentioned above, the new iPhone X ditches Touch ID for Face ID, a fancy facial recognition system.

Along with the the proximity sensor, ambient light sensor, microphone, and front camera that have appeared on previous iPhone models, the iPhone X also includes an infrared camera, flood illuminator, and dot projector.

Sandra Wilson 2019-09-10
img

Today, Apple announced a slew of new hardware products at an event held at its corporate campus in Cupertino, California.

The highlight, of course, was the iPhone 11.

Apple detailed three successors to the current lineup of smartphones, focusing heavily on new photo and video capabilities.

The company also unveiled a new iPhone trade-in service, announced new models of the Apple Watch and iPad, and gave more details on its upcoming streaming video and game services.

If you missed the event, here’s what you need to know.

The headliners of the event were the 5.8-inch iPhone 11 Pro and the 6.5-inch 11 Pro Max.

Charles Gilbert 2019-03-25
img

Even after last week’s stream of hardware releases — a new iPad, new iMacs, and new AirPods all back-to-back — Apple had more to announce.

The company announced a bunch of new stuff at a two hour event this morning, primarily focusing on its new premium media subscriptions.

AppleTV+: Apple is building an ad-free subscription video service.

It announced a ton of new original content from names like Oprah, Steve Carell, JJ Abrams, Steven Spielberg, Jason Momoa, Kumail Nanjiani, and many, many more.

You’ll also be able to use the app to subscribe to and view other add-on services, like HBO, Showtime, Stars, and CBS All Access.

The new Apple TV app will work with iOS, macOS, and smart TVs (Samsung first, then Sony, LG, and Vizio) along with Roku’s hardware and Amazon’s Fire TV.

Owen Grundy 2016-09-07
img

There are two new models, the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus.

They go on sale September 9 for $649 and $769.

The storage gets a bump, so now the lowest-priced configuration will come with 32GB.

Also, new colors: Space gray is gone, but there are two types of black matte and glossy along with gold and rose gold.

In a move that s sure to cause great controversy, Apple has ditched the analog headphone jack.

It will be painful, but wireless is certainly the future.

Reginald Carson 2020-09-22
img
It’s a big day for the folks over at HMD Global. Not only is the company launching the Nokia 8.3 5G, but that new phone will be joined by two entry-level budget options: the Nokia 3.4 and the Nokia 2.4. On top of that, HMD Global also announced a number of new accessories for these phones, including the arrival of … Continue reading
Laura Kelly 2016-07-25
img

It s hard to find a more anticlimactic deal in the history of technology than the $4.8 billion Verizon acquisition of Yahoo announced today.In taking this step, Verizon plans to effectively merge Yahoo with AOL, something every single human being on the planet has suggested the two companies do for well over a decade, and maybe even longer.At long last, we will finally see if Verizon can take two wrongs and make a right.Rose-colored press releases aside, the deal already feels a bit tired.

Way back in 2006, when there were widespread reports that Yahoo might try to buy AOL, the concern was that Google had bought some video startup called YouTube and that Yahoo needed to respond.

Later, there was competition with insurgents Facebook and Twitter.

And of them mobile.Amid a carousel of CEOs, the ultimate answer was always deemed to be the same: Yahoo and AOL should merge!This remained the conventional wisdom even after Verizon bought AOL last year for $4.4 billion and persisted even after AOL CEO Tim Armstrong last year declared such a deal a dead notion.

We have enormous respect for what Yahoo has accomplished: This transaction is about unleashing Yahoo s full potential, building upon our collective synergies, and strengthening and accelerating that growth, Armstrong said today in a press release.

Combining Verizon, AOL and Yahoo will create a new powerful competitive rival in mobile media, and an open, scaled alternative offering for advertisers and publishers.

MarTech Cube 2021-10-26
img

Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE: WFC) announced today a rebuilt mobile banking experience for consumer and small business customers, set to begin rolling out early next year, with an all-new virtual assistant — Fargo™ — to be added later in 2022.

The enhanced digital capabilities are part of the company’s multiyear strategy to become digital-first and reinvent digital personal finance, supported by increased investments in next generation technology and strategic partnerships with leading tech companies.

Paul Kliebert 2017-10-04
img

Google announced some new hardware at a characteristically low-key event in San Francisco on Wednesday.

Inevitably, one thing seemed clear: Google wants to be a gadget company, too.

There’s a little smart speaker, a big smart speaker, a smartphone, a smart laptop, a smart-looking VR headset, a smart set of earbuds, and even a smart camera that takes pictures even when you don’t ask it to.

In some particular order, here’s everything Google announced today

The new smartphone from Google runs pure Android Oreo and, supposedly, has the best smartphone camera ever made.

The headphone jack is also gone.

MarTech Cube 2021-10-19
img

Partnership expands PRophet’s verified journalist data across UK, Europe, LatAm and Asia and provides customers access to PeakMetrics’ leading AI-driven media monitoring and intelligence platformPRophet, a Stagwell (NASDAQ: STGW) company and the first-ever AI-driven SaaS platform to help predict earned media interest, sentiment, and spread, announced today an exclusive partnership with PeakMetrics, the leading machine-learning powered media monitoring, and narrative analytics platform.The partnership will substantially increase PRophet’s access to verified journalists from high authority media outlets in the U.S. and for the first time expand PRophet’s reach into the UK, Europe, LatAm and Asia.

By tapping into PeakMetrics’ AI-driven analytics capabilities, PRophet users will be able to access the PeakMetrics platform and measure the success of their PR efforts.

Joseph Averitt 2016-11-04
img

BlizzCon is underway in Anaheim, California, and publisher Blizzard Entertainment used its annual massive fan event to make several big announcements.

But don t go back and sit through the video just to get the news because you were busy when it was livestreaming — that s for suckers.We ve gathered up all the major headlines for you right here:Overwatch is about to get a major content drop that includes the new character Sombra.

She s an offensive character that can hack her opponents, teleport, and turn invisible.

Blizzard is also planning to introduce new 1-on-1 and 3-on-3 game types in a new Arcade mode as well as two new maps.While the Overwatch World Cup is happening this weekend, Blizzard plans to establish a long-term league for the shooter that it will own and operate.

Teams will get tied to cities, and players will get guaranteed contracts and benefits.The Darkening of Tristram add-on for Diablo III hits test servers next week, and it re-creates the original Diablo game inside of Diablo III.

The publisher is also bringing back the popular Diablo II class Necromancer.In early December, Blizzard will begin the Mean Streets of Gadgetzan expansion.

John Larsen 2016-10-04
img

In a 100-minute event on Tuesday, the company unveiled an entire line of products made not by hardware partners, but by Google s own robust in-house product teams.

What s more important is what s on the inside: An unprecedented amount of AI, a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, Daydream-ready VR status, and one hell of a smartphone camera more on that next .

What's more important is what's on the inside: An unprecedented amount of AI, a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor, Daydream-ready VR status, and one hell of a smartphone camera more on that next .

Spec-wise, the Pixels cameras look decent: 12-megapixel sensors, f/2.0 lenses, and handy modes for HDR stills and burst shooting.

The 4K video mode s gyroscope-based stabilization also looks great, and you get unlimited storage of your full-res shots and videos on Google Photos.

Google VP of VR Clay Bavor says this new headset helps make VR simpler, friendlier, and more accessible.

Warren Edwards 2017-10-04
img

Google held a press conference today in San Francisco, where the company announced everything from new phones to crazy machine learning-powered wearable cameras.

It was a flurry of news.

Don’t have time to catch up with all of it?

We get it — that’s why we condensed it all down into one quick slideshow just focusing on the highlights.

Tap that right arrow to advance to the next slide, or, if you’re on mobile, just scroll.

Justin Martinez 2017-11-03
img

Today is the first day of BlizzCon 2017 and, as it has done for every BlizzCon previously, Blizzard kicked off the show with its opening ceremony.

It’s during this ceremony that Blizzard talks about what’s coming up in its games, and this year it certainly didn’t disappoint.

Blizzard CEO Mike Morhaime started the reveals by announcing that Starcraft II will soon be going free-to-play.

Players who have yet to purchase any StarCraft II campaigns will get Wings of Liberty for free, while those who already own Wings of Liberty will get its follow-up, Heart of the Swarm, for free instead.

While that means the meat and potatoes of StarCraft II will be free no matter what you own, you’ll still need to pay for any campaigns you don’t already own should you want to play through those.

Blizzard says it will be offering all existing single-player content in a bundle for $39.99, though the campaigns will be available separately for $14.99 each.

Brandon Gaither 2016-09-23
img

Microsoft s star controller just became a bit more versatile.The house of Windows announced today that its newest wireless controller for the Xbox One will soon become compatible with the Samsung Gear VR.

— which currently leads the field in the mobile sector of a virtual reality industry that could be worth $30 billion industry by 2020, according to tech adviser Digi-Capital.The mobile virtual reality platform s version of Minecraft, the hit block-building game, will be the first to receive support for the controller in October, with other controller-enabled titles receiving the feature later.

This makes sense, as Microsoft owns Minecraft s creator, Mojang.The Xbox One controller is on its third version, which notably added Bluetooth support.

Before, Microsoft used its own wireless connection proprietary communication protocol, which it made it difficult for the controller to talk with other devices.

With Bluetooth support, it s easier to make the device work with platforms like Gear VR.

A wireless controller is essential for many VR games, since you can t connect a wired controller to mobile devices.