Xbox Game Pass adds CrossfireX and Edge of Eternity for February
Xbox today revealed the first group of games coming to Game Pass in February. It will add the eight new titles in batches on February 3, 10, and 14. The list includes the new titles CrossfireX and Edge of Eternity, both of which are day one Game Pass releases.... Read more
12 Predictions for Business, Technology, and the Modern Workplace
New years always bring about excitement, energy, and predictions for what will happen in the future. Of course, the last two years alone have significantly shaped what the next ten will bring, but a few things stick out to me from the trends I have been watching. So let’s... Read more
NASA details transition of International Space Station to commercial operations
The International Space Station is turning into a commercial operations. Thomas Pesquet NASA has provided an update to Congress on the transition of the ISS into a commercial operation, detailing how it’s working to develop supply and demand for the “low-Earth orbit commercial economy.” The space agency has already... Read more
The Real Harm of Crisis Text Line’s Data Sharing
Another week, another privacy horror show: Crisis Text Line, a nonprofit text message service for people experiencing serious mental health crises, has been using “anonymized” conversation data to power a for-profit machine learning tool for customer support teams. (After backlash, CTL announced it would stop.) Crisis Text Line’s response... Read more
EA’s calendar Q4 bookings grow 7% to $2.577B
Electronic Arts met expected earnings today for the third fiscal quarter ended December 31, as the game publisher saw big engagement with its existing games. But it lowered its annual adjusted sales forecast for the fiscal year that ends March 31. Net bookings for the quarter were $2.577 billion,... Read more
Remote work, innovation, and the Great Resignation
Employees want to work from home. Their bosses, however, can’t wait to get back to the office. Knowledge workers think being remote makes their jobs better, while managers worry the arrangement could cause the quality of work to suffer. But in scapegoating remote work, companies may be disguising the... Read more
How Technology Can Help Your Legal Case After a Car Accident
Being involved in a serious car accident is one of the most stressful things a person can go through. That said, many people feel that navigating a legal case after their accident is nearly as traumatic. Proving the facts of a car accident is not always simple or straightforward.... Read more
Anker’s best true wireless earbuds are down to their lowest price yet
Sarah Tew/CNET The Soundcore Life P2 mini wireless earbuds from Anker give great sound quality for the price. Their compact size keeps them discreet, lightweight and comfortable, making them perfect for commuting or wearing on-the-go. Featuring oversized triple-layer 10mm drivers, these earbuds offer 3 different EQ modes including Soundcore... Read more
Apps and Gadgets and Other Tips to Help You Cope With Tinnitus
When the house falls silent in the dead of night, or after the kids have gone to school in the morning, I can hear a high-pitched, occasionally oscillating sound. If I focus on it, the noise grows louder and can even keep me awake. At first, I suspected a... Read more
Epic Games joins Spire Animation’s $20M round for animated metaverse films
Did you miss a session from the Future of Work Summit? Head over to our Future of Work Summit on-demand library to stream. Spire Animation Studios has raised $20 million from Epic Games and others as it aims to produce animated films for the metaverse. Los Angeles-based Spire will use Epic’s... Read more