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Capybara Games: ‘Below’ launch has been delayed indefinitely

Capybara Games: ‘Below’ launch has been delayed indefinitely

In a recently released statement, game developer Capybara Games has announced that the launch of the much-anticipated Xbox One exclusive title 'Below' has been delayed indefinitely.

Best Buy 50-Hour Sale: $280 off on Microsoft Surface Pro 4 with Type Cover

Best Buy 50-Hour Sale: $280 off on Microsoft Surface Pro 4 with Type Cover

In one of the most attractive discounts deals which bigwig electronics retailer Best Buy is offering during its ongoing 50th birthday celebration sale is for the 'Microsoft Surface Pro 4 and Type Cover' bundle, which is being sold at a markdown of $280.

Massachusetts to levy tax on ride-hailing apps and spend the money on traditional taxi industry

Massachusetts to levy tax on ride-hailing apps and spend the money on traditional taxi industry

Massachusetts will levy tax on ride-hailing apps and then money will then be used on the conventional taxi industry. Republican Governor Charlie Baker has signed the nickel feel law. It is considered to be one of a kind subsidiary in the United States.

Apple and Google Join Alliance to Combat Automated Phone Calls

Apple and Google Join Alliance to Combat Automated Phone Calls

An alliance that contains over 30 technology companies and telecoms has been joined in by Apple and Google parent company Alphabet. The aim of this alliance is to fight against the automated phone calls. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is heading this alliance, known as Robocall Strike Force. The first meeting on the subject was held in Washington, DC by the independent agency today.

Lyft Fails To Secure Interest with $9 Billion-Buyout Expectation

Lyft Fails To Secure Interest with $9 Billion-Buyout Expectation

As of now, the only aim of the ride-hailing startup Lyft is to concentrate on capturing market share. Lyft has been continuously trying to give a competition toglobal ride-hailing giant Uber. The reason behind Lyft being interested in market share is the failure which the company has to face in its endeavor to seek $9 billion in a buyout

Google to phase out support for Chrome apps on Windows, Mac and Linux

Google to phase out support for Chrome apps on Windows, Mac and Linux

In a Friday announcement, Google said that it plans to gradually end support for Chrome apps on all platforms excepting Chrome OS.

According to the announcement, the special apps which Google had launched in 2013 to run inside the Chrome browser will be removed from the Windows, Mac and Linux platforms by early 2018. These special apps were introduced by Google for offering new functions which were otherwise not available on the web.

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