Review of the new PlayStation VR2.

A “hands-on” review of the new PlayStation VR2 because what the world really needs at a time like this is to end our collectively long nightmare a “hands-on” review of the new PlayStation VR2.

This report says that the US Department of Justice has indicted 3 people from Iran for a ‘data-stealing scheme’ because reasons.

Bonus content:
“why it matters”

Collective reports say that South Korea is fining Google and Meta “more than $70 million collectively” for collecting privacy violations.

Targeted advertising IS involved.

Sort of news:
“Amazon says it will raise pay and add more benefits for some delivery drivers.”

Hold, please:
“the group that protested for higher pay amid rising gas prices was left out”

‘Cloud communications platform’ Twilio has sent a message that they are going to tell approx. 11% of their staff to go be employed somewhere else.

If you have been wanting to read a review of iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max you are not alone and today may be your lucky day.

Spoiler alert:
‘Making screen holes fun’

Growing root reports are planting seeds.

Growing root reports are planting seeds that may leaf many farmers harvesting higher costs now that “software fees to make up 10% of John Deere’s revenues by 2030”

This report says that “London-based antivirus software provider BullGuard has announced it will drop its name” because reasons.

If you own shares in huge tech companies and want to know how much revenue they bring in and how much revenue they make you are not alone and today may be your lucky day.

Google made a handy countdown clock available to let you know exactly how many hours and minutes there are until the end of ethereum GPU mining because why the heck not.

Sort of news:
“The EU has upheld a 2018 antitrust charge against Google” while reducing their fine to €4.1 billion.

Let’s see how well that works out for them.