Netflix is expanding their video game catalogue, hoping to better penetrate the market. An estimated average 1.7 million people are playing their games on a daily basis, less than 1% of their subs.
The owner of fast-food staples Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, and KFC wants exclusively digital transactions. Imagine yelling REPRESENTATIVE at a drive-thru.
Spotify revealed that folks are tuning in to three hours of white noise daily, which is raking in as much as $18,000 per month for some podcasters through advertising.
Bambu Lab, a manufacturer of 3D printers, said a disruption to its cloud connection led to its printers going rouge overnight and printing by themselves.
Mark Zuckerberg said “it’s time to move on” from the proposed cage fight with Elon Musk. Someone must have told him Elon has performed a bit of karate, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, Taekwondo, and judo.
Cava stock jumped big time after turning a profit in its first report since becoming a public company in June.
Google is testing an AI assistant that offers life advice. I hope this helps folks in need, but we are training bots to have emotions, just saying.
Some big time retailers reported earnings, giving us a look into the health of U.S. consumers. Home Depot and Target experienced a decline in sales from the same quarter last year, while Walmart marked 5.7% growth. Despite varying performance over the quarter, all three companies are expecting softness in demand over the next quarter.