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Angry Birds maker Rovio opens new game studio in London

Rovio, the maker of Angry Birds, has opened a new game studio in London with a focus on mobile massively multiplayer online games (MMOs).

Samsung vice chairman targeted for arrest in South Korea’s corruption scandal

A special prosecutor in South Korea is seeking the arrest of Jay Y. Lee, the vice chairman of Samsung, in a corruption scandal that previously led to the impeachment of the country’s president.

Samsung probe reportedly will list battery as main cause of Note7 fires

(Reuters) — Samsung Electronics Co Ltd’s investigation into what caused some Galaxy Note 7s to catch fire has concluded that the battery was the main reason, a person familiar with the matter told Reuters on Monday.

Spaces gets another $6.5 million for its VR theme park dreams

Getting VR headsets into the casual user’s hands and households is one of the ongoing struggles of the industry.

How to make sure the future connected car is secure

GUEST: Often dubbed a “data center on wheels,” the connected car is one of the fastest-growing markets in the ecosystem that makes up the Internet of Things (IoT).

How I built and launched a personal finance chatbot in six months

GUEST: This is a write-up covering the development of my startup, Teller, and the launch of our first pilot program with Brooklyn Cooperative.

Here’s a closer look at Nintendo Switch’s game cards

Video game tapes have shrunk a bit over the past 30 years. To save the battery life in its upcoming Switch console, Nintendo is not using spinning discs like Blu-rays.

China cites national security as it bans Pokémon Go and other AR games

China as a nation has a checkered past with the video game industry. For example, for almost a decade and a half, home video game consoles themselves were banned in the country, but due to cultural differences, internet cafes and VR arcades have all been booming as of late.

Before you start a company, answer these questions

GUEST: A few months ago, a friend called me excitedly to share a startup idea. He was an investor’s dream entrepreneur: engineering undergrad with an MBA from MIT, worked at Google, and literally wrote a book on the core tech behind his startup.

7 highly connected cars you will drive in the future

Cars that drive you home on their own. Cars that connect to other cars and also to the stoplight in front of you.

5 Trump policies that could change the game for entrepreneurs and VCs

GUEST: While the details of the Trump administration’s economic policies are still to be determined, the President-elect’s comments on the campaign trail indicate he is ready to shake up the status quo.

Intel believes 5G wireless could reach far beyond smartphones to smart things

The Internet of Things is expected to grow quickly to tens of billions of connected devices, from smart refrigerators to smart showers to smart cruise ships.

Hearthstone’s Jade Golem mechanic used to be a lot different

Designing new cards for digital card brawler like Hearthstone isn’t easy, and changes are bound to happen before the final release.

Zuckerberg to testify in $2 billion lawsuit that claims Oculus used stolen technology

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will testify in court on Tuesday, January 17 for a potentially explosive lawsuit that claims the Oculus VR startup he acquired for $2 billion was based on stolen technology.

The first self-driving bus on U.S. public streets is carrying passengers in Las Vegas

A small autonomous bus called an Arma is running a short route along Las Vegas’ Fremont Street, marking, according to transit operator Keolis, the first time a self-driving bus has moved passengers on an American public road.

RIP, Guerrilla Cambridge: Remembering the shuttering studio that made Rigs for PSVR

The VR community was hit with quite a shock yesterday. Guerrilla Cambridge, the Sony-owned developer behind PlayStation VR multiplayer first-person shooter Rigs: Mechanized Combat League, was confirmed to be closing just a few months on from the game’s launch last October.

Technology fails to save Ringling Bros. circus

After 146 years, the Greatest Show on Earth is closing. Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus told the Associated Press that the show will shut for good in May.

The impact of machine learning on the customer experience

GUEST: A true genius in his own right, a whole new generation came to know Alan Turing, played brilliantly by Benedict Cumberbatch, in the movie on his life and impact on ending WWII, The Imitation Game.

Hearthstone’s Hunter class was was once in a different Mean Streets gang

The Hunters weren’t always Grimy Goons. The newest expansion for Blizzard’s digital card game behemoth Hearthstone, December’s Mean Streets of Gadgetzan, introduced the idea of tri-class gangs.

Why IoT needs AI

GUEST: At one of my recent talks in New York about AI in the supply chain, one of the key questions that came up was ‘are you talking about robots?