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Players have fond memories of Destiny 1, but there are some ways Destiny 2 has definitely improved the game we might be forgetting.
The company’s console business was seemingly irrelevant, as it could not get an edge on rivals like Sony Corp (ADR) (NYSE:SNE) and Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT). Keep in mind that over the past year, NTDOY stock is up a sizzling 104%. The key driver has been the hugely successful Switch console.
Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA) (or Fox) continues to dominate the huge Indian market with a strong STAR channel portfolio. Fox’s strong Indian presence continues to play an important role in driving Fox’s Cable Network Programming segment. During that period, the segment grew at a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 10.3%.
Microsoft has done well with the Xbox One to a certain extent, but it's been the odd man out as of late. That may be changing with a shift to a more Sony-like philosophy.
The Walt Disney Co.’s acquisition of 21st Century Fox’s entertainment assets is forcing rival studios to consider their own companies’ futures. “If we don’t grow, we will be somebody’s purchase,” Sony Pictures Entertainment Chairman and CEO Tony Vinciquerra said at the NATPE conference in Miami Beach on Wednesday. With the Disney-Fox merger on the horizon, as well as AT&T’s long-delayed $85 billion takeover of Time Warner Inc., he told moderator Soledad O’Brien that he expects the number of major Hollywood movie studios to drop from a half-dozen to three or four in the next few years.
Sony (SNE) announces a multi-year distribution agreement with the broadcasting and digital company Tegna to distribute all first-run programming owned by Tegna.
Sony will also act as the exclusive advertising sales representative for national barter and integrations, and will retain the right to market and promote the programs in all media. “It’s a one-of-a-kind agreement, where Tegna and Sony Pictures Television each bring distinct strengths to the new partnership,” Robert Sullivan, senior vice president for programming for Tegna (TGNA), said in a statement.
TEGNA Inc. and Sony Pictures Television announced today the two media companies have entered into an exclusive, multi-year distribution agreement for TEGNA’s programming in the United States and internationally.
It seems inevitable that Blizzard will make a PUBG-challenging Battle Royale game, but with Overwatch? Warcraft? Something new?
Chips from AMD, Intel and Nvidia are powering newer technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine-learning and automation. AMD expects to stay ahead of the competition with aggressive pricing, performance improvements and a renewed focus on computer processors and graphics chips.
Destiny 2 needs to take a page out of Diablo and The Division's book and make gear sets with powerful bonuses to make Guardians feel strong, and have something to hunt for.
This year will be an interesting one for Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL). But full disclosure, I say this with anxiety, not eagerness. Throughout most of the last two decades, Apple stock was a no-brainer. But currently, the evidence indicates that AAPL is losing its magic touch. Continuing to risk exposure to this once-indomitable consumer tech firm could be a big mistake.
Last night was the debut of Blizzard’s much-hyped Overwatch League, complete with city-based, franchised teams and millions upon millions of dollars sunk into it. So, how was it?
Alphabet Inc’s (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Google and Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) continue their battle over the market for voice-enabled devices. Right now, 2018’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2018) is the battleground. This push could include a revamp of Google’s online store, selling Alphabet products with Google Assistant front and center.