T-Mobile’s Magenta Max plan comes with true unlimited data

  • February 22, 2021
T-Mobile is introducing a plan later this week that will almost entirely do away with throttling. Its new Magenta Max plan includes unlimited premium data and unlimited video streaming at 4K. It also comes with 40GB of high-speed tethering data (T-Mo…

Comcast delays Northeast US data cap enforcement to 2022

  • February 19, 2021
Following pressure from politicians and the public, Comcast won't enforce a 1.2TB data cap on customers in the Northeast US until 2022, the company said in an announcement spotted by ArsTechnica. "We are delaying implementation of our new da…

IBM plans to produce net-zero greenhouse emissions by 2030

  • February 16, 2021
IBM’s operations won’t produce greenhouse emissions by the end of the decade. That’s the goal of the company’s latest climate pledge, in which, unlike some other companies, it emphasized the importance of preventing emissions before they occur. By 20…

Amazon sues New York’s AG to stop a COVID-19 safety investigation

  • February 12, 2021
Amazon is suing New York Attorney General Letitia James over an investigation into COVID-19 safety concerns at two fulfillment centers. In the lawsuit, Amazon claims James’ office is attempting to hold it to “an inconsistent and unfair standard for w…

EA moves closer to $1.2 billion Codemasters purchase

  • February 4, 2021
EA has edged closer to buying Codemasters after shareholders of the latter approved the takeover. Out of 76 shareholders, 63 approved EA’s $1.2 billion bid. Those who voted for the deal hold just under 99 percent of the total Codemasters stock.Compet…

Amazon’s new CEO plans to ‘hang in there’ on game development

  • February 3, 2021
Incoming Amazon CEO Andy Jassy is reportedly committed to the idea of the company continuing to make games, even as it has yet to release one that is either commercially or critically successful. “Some businesses take off in the first year, and other…

Google is shutting down its Stadia game studios

  • February 1, 2021
Google is shifting away from making its own games for Stadia. It’s shutting down studios in Montreal and Los Angeles, and industry veteran Jade Raymond, who Google tapped to lead the game development division, is leaving the company. Stadia vice pres…