Trump sues Facebook, Twitter and Google for censorship; FTC opens probe of Amazon's proposed purchase of MGM; Apple shows an interest in NFL Sunday Ticket.
Google hopes to attract more Stadia game developers with financial incentives including a 70% revenue share for new games.
LIVIT launches tiered subscription plan; UK man is jailed for pirating Premier League subscriptions; Twitter tests new conversation settings.
Yesterday, Microsoft announced the launch of Windows 365, a secure, versatile cloud-based operating system, available to businesses on Aug. 2, 2021.
The Federal Trade Commission has opened an antitrust investigation into Amazon's $8.45 billion acquisition of MGM.
Microsoft is giving $1,500 bonuses to employees for surviving the unique and challenging circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic.
37 states and territories sue Google for anticompetitive behavior and abusing their dominant market position.
Gannett wants to compete against NYT's The Wirecutter, Apple will soon start charging for TV+, Instagram works on paid stories subscription feature.
Alden cuts 10% of staff in first 6 weeks, reports on the state of mobile and the state of news media, and top subscription jobs.
USA TODAY announced Wednesday that its premium content will go behind a paywall, but "much of its content" will remain free.