Razer’s Kishi Ultra gaming controller brings haptics to your USB-C phone, PC, or tablet

Razer Razer’s latest mobile gaming controller just released today, the Kishi Ultra, is an all-rounder that can switch between multiple devices. The controller has a built-in USB-C port that can work with the iPhone 15 series as well as most Android smartphones (Razer says it’s compatible with the Galaxy 23 series, Pixel 6 and up, … Continue reading Razer’s Kishi Ultra gaming controller brings haptics to your USB-C phone, PC, or tablet

TSMC will charge more for chips made outside of Taiwan, possibly making devices more expensive

TSMC is the world’s biggest chipmaker and its products are found in everything from phones to game consoles and computers. But devices using TSMC chips could become more expensive if manufacturers opt to buy ones that the company makes outside of its home base of Taiwan. “If a customer requests to be in a certain … Continue reading TSMC will charge more for chips made outside of Taiwan, possibly making devices more expensive

Dailyhunt-parent acquires newsstand app Magzter

VerSe Innovation, the parent firm of news aggregator app Dailyhunt, has acquired the popular digital newsstand firm Magzter, the two said Thursday. The Bengaluru-headquartered startup has fully acquired Magzter, a New York-headquartered firm that counted Singapore Press Holdings among its backers. VerSe didn’t disclose the financial terms of the deal. The acquisition of Magzter, which … Continue reading Dailyhunt-parent acquires newsstand app Magzter

Take-Two plans to lay off 5 percent of its employees by the end of 2024

Take-Two Interactive plans to lay off 5 percent of its workforce, or about 600 employees, by the end of the year, as reported in an SEC filing Tuesday. The studio is also canceling several in-development projects. These moves are expected to cost $160 million to $200 million to implement, and should result in $165 million … Continue reading Take-Two plans to lay off 5 percent of its employees by the end of 2024

Loft Labs brings power of virtualization to Kubernetes clusters

It may seem like a paradox to have virtualized Kubernetes clusters. They are, after all, an abstraction in themselves of virtual machines made popular by VMware in the early 2000s. Loft Labs saw a similar problem with resource utilization in Kubernetes clusters that VMware saw with server utilization, and has built a virtualization tool to … Continue reading Loft Labs brings power of virtualization to Kubernetes clusters

Meta’s ‘consent or pay’ tactic must not prevail over privacy, EU rights groups warn

Ahead of a full meeting of the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) this week (April 16 and 17), which is expected to produce guidance on a controversial tactic used by Meta to force Facebook and Instagram users to consent to its tracking, almost two dozen civil society groups and nonprofits have penned an open letter … Continue reading Meta’s ‘consent or pay’ tactic must not prevail over privacy, EU rights groups warn