A Deep Dive into the World of the Caldwell Theater


Nestled in the heart of Caldwell, Idaho, lies a vibrant hub of creativity and artistry – the Caldwell Theater. This multifaceted venue has captivated audiences for decades, serving as a platform for diverse performances, from blockbuster movies to captivating stage productions and musical soirees. Whether you’re a seasoned theatergoer or a curious newcomer, stepping into the Caldwell...

Threads, Meta’s rival app, takes aim at Twitter


Meta is taking on Twitter with a new app. Instagram today announced the anticipated launch of its text-based social networking app, Threads, which allows Instagram users to authenticate with their existing credentials to post short updates, including text up to 500 characters; links; photos; and videos up to 5 minutes in length. At launch, Threads is available on iOS and Android in 100 countries...

What to watch at Summer Game Fest 2023


Summer Games Fest 2023 is almost here. Geoff Keighley’s premier summer gaming event takes place on Thursday; This year, it may have some special significance. With E3 cancelled, gaming companies looking to show off their latest projects may instead head to Summer Game Fest, which will hopefully see us see some major news from the show. To watch Summer Game Fest 2023, you can...

The UK chip industry does not deserve £1 billion, say critics


The UK government’s £1bn package of support for the semiconductor industry has been criticised by some quarters, who say it is not enough to help the sector compete with rivals in the US and EU. The government’s strategy, unveiled last week, aims to create a “world-leading” semiconductor industry in the UK by 2030. It includes plans to invest in research and development...

NASA backs nuclear power from Rolls-Royce for Moon exploration


The UK Space Agency has announced £2.9m in new funding to Rolls-Royce to develop a nuclear micro-reactor that could be used to power a future Moon base. The reactor, which is about the size of a car, would generate up to 10 kilowatts of electricity, enough to power a small settlement on the Moon. The funding will be used to develop the reactor’s core technology, including fuel, heat...

How will Amiibos work in Tears of the Kingdom?


The Tears of the Kingdom Amiibo is a new Amiibo figure released on May 12, 2023. It is based on the character Link from The Legend of Zelda series amiibo can be used with various Nintendo Switch games, including The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom. The Tears of the Kingdom amiibo are currently available for purchase from various retailers in the UK, including: Amazon UK  game...

During this year’s biggest stock market listing, British chip giant raises USD 10 billion


Arm, a prominent British microchip design company, has submitted a request to sell its shares in the United States, potentially leading to the year’s most extensive stock market listing. According to the BBC, the company based in Cambridge intends to raise $10 billion. In March, the company’s announcement was a setback for the UK; it did not plan to list its shares in London. Arm was...

Widespread regulatory opposition is growing to Broadcom-VMware merger – in the US, the EU, and even in China.


Serpentine coils are slowly throttling Broadcom’s proposed $61 billion acquisition of VMware over the weekend after the UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) imposed an extremely short deadline in which Broadcom must now satisfy all regulatory objections to the merger if the company meets its self-imposed decision time limit. The set purchase deadline is to be completed on October 30...

New powers to rein in big tech set to be granted to UK regulator holding up Microsoft’s Activision deal


The UK government, on Tuesday, released a draft bill that would give a newly created department an independent competition regulator powers to levy massive fines against big tech firms for abusing competition and investigate and block acquisitions with more incredible speed. The draft Digital Markets, Competition and Consumer Bill will target technology companies with annual revenues of at least...

As a response to regulator concerns, Google is opening up UK in-app payments


April 19 (Reuters) – Britain’s competition regulator said Alphabet Inc’s ( GOOGL.O ) proposals from Google to give app developers the freedom to opt out of Google Play’s billing system appear sufficient to address concerns about in-app payments. Britain’s Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said in June that Google’s complete control over in-app payments...

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