News of the Week; December 4, 2019


  1. Canada’s New Internet Code
  2. Huawei funds $56M in academic research in Canada. That has some experts concerned
  3. Huawei is now shipping smartphones with zero US components
  4. Current “Whole of Government” Approach to Perceived National Security Risks from Chinese Technology Reflected in the FCC’s Latest Universal Service Fund Order
  5. The True Impact of the Chinese Telecom Ban on Government Contractors
  6. FCC Seeks Comment on All-Digital AM and Radio Non-Duplication NPRM
  7. DOJ Wimps Out On Wireless Sector eSIM Antitrust Investigation
  8. Mobile industry has stifled eSIM—and the DOJ is demanding change
  9. Prison Telecom Monopolies Bring Their ‘Innovation’ To Prison Ebooks
  10. Priority Filing Deadline Set for Tribes’ Access to Spectrum
  11. 5G on the horizon: Here’s what it is and what’s coming
  12. T-Mobile’s ‘Nationwide’ 5G Isn’t Nationwide, Only Slightly Faster Than 4G
  13. T-Mobile touts “nationwide 5G” that fails to cover 130 million Americans
  14. FCC tries to bury finding that Verizon and T-Mobile exaggerated 4G coverage
  15. FCC to Propose National Crisis Hotline, Tackle Mid-Band Spectrum Items at December Meeting
  16. FCC Suspends the Processing of Renewal Applications for the 470-512 MHz Spectrum Band (T-Band)
  17. Vulnerability in fully patched Android phones under active attack by bank thieves
  18. Librem 5 backers have begun receiving their Linux phones
  19. What is a Prerecorded Call for TCPA Purposes?: The Czar and the Baron Speak with the FCC to Push for Clarity on this Critical Issue 
  20. IoT Update: FCC Proposes New Spectrum Plan for Vehicle Safety and Unlicensed Uses
  21. Today’s Hot Topic: News Simulatio
  22. AMFM Act Introduced in Congress to Impose Sound Recording Performance Royalty on Broadcast Stations
  23. Telecoms Law Update – The Right to Survey Clarified by the Court of Appeal 
  24. Court of Appeal confirms that telecoms operators can obtain Code rights to carry out site visits
  25. AT&T says TV losses have peaked after latest loss of 1.3 million customers 


  1. China Uses DNA to Map Faces, With Help From the West: Beijing’s pursuit of control over a Muslim ethnic group pushes the rules of science and raises questions about consent.
  2. Ukraine condemns Apple for calling Crimea part of Russia in its apps
  3. Apple ‘looking at how it handles borders’ after Crimea map controversy
  4. Apple ‘taking a deeper look’ at map policies after calling Crimea part of Russia
  5. Apple ‘looking at how it handles borders’ after Crimea map controversy
  6. When politi-fact veers into politi-fiction, broadcast and internet advertising rules diverge sharply
  7. As Devin Nunes Threatens More SLAPP Suits, He May Have To Explain Why Cows Can Type In His First SLAPP Suit
  8. Devin Nunes Follows Through And Sues CNN In Laughably Dumb SLAPP Suit
  9. Tony Robbins Crosses The Atlantic For Some Libel Tourism In Ireland; Files SLAPP Suit Against Buzzfeed
  10. Human rights standards apply to online sellers on sites such as Kijiji, says N.L. Human Rights case­­­­­­­­­­­­
  11. Copyright Troll Threatens Criminal Charges In Germany Against Domain Registrar
  12. Warner Music and Sony Music win copyright case against internet music radio service TuneIn
  13. Capitol Records v ReDigi appeal decision
  14. TekSavvy Appeals Canada’s First Site-Blocking Order
  15. Canadian ISP Teksavvy Fights Back Against Overbroad Copyright ‘Blocking Order’ For GoldTV
  16. A Tale of Two Copyright Decisions: Canada’s Federal Court Issues First Site-Blocking Order & Denies Certification of Reverse Class Action Test Case
  17. Justices debate allowing state law to be “hidden behind a pay wall”
  18. Copyright Clash to Receive Supreme Treatment
  19. The US’s reaction to France’s DST
  20. Notifying Twitter of TOS Violations Isn’t Tortious Interference–Illoominate v. CAIR (Eric Goldman)
  21. Content Moderation At Scale Is Impossible: That Time Twitter Nazis Got A Reporter Barred From Twitter Over Some Jokes
  22. Online harmful content: the race to regulate
  23. Bipartisan Bill Seeks to Increase Internet Transparency and Consumer Control Over Content
  24. Microsoft shareholders reject call for gender pay gap report: Additional proposal to report on employee representation on board of directors also dismissed
  25. Twitter introduces a Privacy Center to keep users informed: Its new privacy policies go into effect January 1st.
  26. Intimidation or Free Speech: Are Trump’s Tweets Witness Tampering?
  27. Study Says Russian Trolls Didn’t Have Much Influence On Election; But It’s More Complicated Than That
  28. Assessing the Russian Internet Research Agency’s impact on the political attitudes and behaviors of American Twitter users in late 2017
  29. Facebook Now Altering Users’ Posts To Add Singapore Government’s ‘Fake News’ Warnings
  30. Facebook updates crisis response tools, adds WhatsApp integration
  31. UNC Gave Racists $2.5 Million To Settle A Lawsuit That Hadn’t Been Filed Yet, And The Racists Are Abusing The DMCA To Hide The Details
  32. Amazon Faces Widening U.S. Antitrust Scrutiny in Cloud Business
  33. Intellectual Property Alert: Amazon Creates a Cost-Effective and Efficient Patent Infringement Remedy for Infringing Products Sold on its Marketplace by Third Parties
  34. CreateSpace Isn’t Liable for Publishing Allegedly Infringing Uploaded Book–King v. Amazon (Eric Goldman)
  35. Copyright, State Sovereignty, and Pirates: Some Thoughts on Oral Argument in Allen v. Cooper
  36. This free tool maps propaganda and misinformation as it goes viral
  37. The Baby Yoda gif debacle exposes the messy world of meme law: Gifs from The Mandalorian went viral on social media. But then they disappeared
  38. Why Baby Yoda Unequivocally, Unfortunately Rules (Column): The breakout star of ‘The Mandalorian’ is impossibly cute for a reason.
  39. TikTok Moderators Were Told To Suppress Videos Made By Marginalized Users Because They Might Be Bullied
  40. TikTok Apologizes After Banning A Teen Whose Video About Muslims In China Went Viral
  41. TikTok’s parent company sued for collecting data on kids: Everything’s coming up COPPA
  42. CJEU: Courts may Order Host Providers to Take Down Illegal Content
  43. Instagram finally launches 13+ age checkups
  44. Quibi Picks Up Kendall Jenner-Produced Series Based On Parody Instagram Account
  45. Insta-Famous Lil Bub, A Special Needs Cat Known For Her Altruism, Has Passed Away At Age 8
  46. Insights: ‘Tis The Season For Instagram Sponsored Posts, But Perhaps ‘Tis Too Much?
  47. Sundar Pichai becomes CEO of Alphabet and Google, as Larry Page steps down
  48. Facebook’s new tool lets you transfer pictures to Google Photos: Available worldwide in first half of 2020
  49. Fired Google employees accuse company of union-busting: Group will take grievances to National Labor Relations Board “as a first step”
  50. Google workers fired amid organization efforts file retaliation complaint
  51. Certiorari Granted in Google LLC v. Oracle America, Inc.
  52. Google attempts to protect users from sketchy stem cell clinics
  53. Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin step back from executive roles: Sundar Pichai to assume role as CEO of both Google and Alphabet, founders will remain on board
  54. YouTube says viewers are spending less time watching conspiracy videos. But many still do.
  55. YouTube Says Watch-Time On ‘Borderline’ Content By Non-Subscribers Has Dropped 70% This Year
  56. YouTube Has Removed At Least 300 Donald Trump Campaign Ads Since 2016
  57. YouTube Says Creators Could See Subscriptions Drop As It Purges Shuttered Accounts
  58. Olivia Jade Returns To YouTube Nine Months After College Admissions Scandal
  59. YouTubers Attempt Levitation In BBC Original ‘The Edge Of Science’
  60. Netflix And YouTube’s Share Of Daily Viewership To Drop As Field Grows (Study)
  61. How To Make A ‘Heist’: Markiplier’s Interactive Special Is A Whole New Kind Of Content For YouTube
  62. TYT Launches 24-Hour Channel On Xfinity X1, As Election Coverage Looms
  63. BBTV Signs Five Creators, Including Purposeful Prankster ThatWasEpic, Rapper-Skater Roy Purdy
  64. FTC Releases Disclosure Manual for Social Media Influencers
  65. Retailer Reminder: FTC Releases Guidance for Social Media Influencers
  66. Collab Asia, A Spin-Off Of The U.S.-Based Influencer Network, Raises $7.5 Million Series B
  67. Updated Advice and Practical Tips from the FTC for Social Media Influencers and the Companies that Hire Them
  68. Content Changes Challenge YouTube Creators; FTC to the Rescue
  69. The FTC Issues a New Disclosure Guide for Influencers
  70. Spotify offers half-price annual subscription in India
  71. Online shopping on Thanksgiving hit $4.2B, up 14.5% on 2018, 45% of sales via mobile
  72. Black Friday shoppers spent more in stores, broke records online over the weekend
  73. Never mind the naysayers: Emoji are a vital part of online communication
  74. ICANN report wipes the smile off emoji domains
  75. Blockchain Basics: Global Regulations
  76. Developer faces prison time for giving blockchain talk in North Korea
  77. Blockchain and the Financial Industry
  78. The Future of Stablecoins—Anything But Stable?
  79. Lawyer ‘monopoly’ hampers consumer access to legal tech, says former AG Chris Bentley
  80. The LawBytes Podcast, Episode 34: The Fight to Save the Dot-Org (Michael Geist)
  81. Honouring Ian Kerr’s Legacy: University of Ottawa Launches the Kerr Fellows Program (Michael Geist)
  82. Half an operating system: The triumph and tragedy of OS/2
  83. Geo-blocking or global take-down
  84. What You Should Know before Launching a Website or App
  85. Tech Regulation Series: The End of Permissionless Innovation?
  86. Ambush Marketing in the Digital Age
  87. Cross-Border Supplies of Intangible Services, Digital Content and Rights: Global VAT Guide – Fourth edition – November 2019
  88. Launch of .ευ
  89. Brexit from another angle: Domain names and donkeys
  90. Competition Law and the Digital Economy in Canada


  1. Senators want answers about algorithms that provide black patients less healthcare
  2. To stop a tech apocalypse we need ethics and the arts
  3. How neural networks work—and why they’ve become a big business
  4. Life Under the Algorithm: How a relentless speedup is reshaping the working class
  5. Quantum computing’s also-rans and their fatal flaws 
  6. The Rise of Artificial Intelligence Will Usher Changes to Patent Law
  7. Patents – When artificial intelligence authors the invention
  8. Designing strategically intelligent AI in Halo Wars 2
  9. AI Innovators Should Be Listening to Kids: Input from the next generation is crucial when it comes to navigating the challenges of new technologies. (Urs Gasser)
  10. Robots Are Taking Over (the Rental Screening Process): Landlords are using artificial intelligence to vet prospective renters
  11. What should newsrooms do about deepfakes? These three things, for starters: Researchers argue the dangers of deepfakes are overblown, but require journalists to give thought to how they handle unconfirmed information. 


  1. Cell Phone Searches at the Border: What you need to know
  2. Egyptian Government Plans To Track The Movement Of 10 Million Vehicles With Low-Cost RFID Stickers
  3. New Iranian wiper discovered in attacks on Middle Eastern companies
  4. Cops Are Running Ring Camera Footage Through Their Own Facial Recognition Software Because Who’s Going To Stop Them
  5. Draft Code of Practice: securing the Internet of Things for consumers
  6. IoT patent owners still hold the future in their own hands – but the clock is ticking
  7. HackerOne breach lets outside hacker read customers’ private bug reports
  8. Code Blue: Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities for Medical Device Makers Require Urgent Care
  9. Ring Coyness About Adding Facial Recognition Tech To Its Cameras Doesn’t Extend To Its Marketing Materials
  10. Wireless ISP Starry Says It Will Apply California’s Privacy Requirements Nationwide
  11. Payment card-skimming malware targeting 4 sites found on Heroku cloud platform
  12. The (Extra) Territorial Scope of the GDPR: The Right to Be Forgotten
  13. Revised Guidelines on the Territorial Scope of the GDPR and Local Representatives
  14. The Right to be Forgotten Shoots the Shark
  15. Privacy & Cybersecurity Update: November 2019
  16. EU Cookie Compliance: Getting Ready for 2020
  17. The Digitization of Vehicles: Privacy Concerns
  18. New crypto-cracking record reached, with less help than usual from Moore’s Law


  1. Federal Court rejects controversial copyright litigation strategy
  2. Right of publicity in Canada
  3. Artist wins court battle to stop luxury watchmakers from cutting up his painting
  4. Intellectual Property Update – Is there protection in an idea?
  5. Copyright licenses are as easy as a quick few words
  6. New Balance v Liverpool FC
  7. Want To See Pete Davidson Do Standup? There’s An NDA You Have To Sign First…
  8. Musk takes the stand in first day of “pedo guy” trial
  9. Proving bad faith at registration time could be a good ‘Techtrend’
  10. Tenuous Common-Law Trademark Rights Inadequate to Sustain UDRP Complaint
  11. Exhaustion of trademark rights: Barcelona Court of Appeal rules in Schweppes case
  12. Cambridge University repatriate bronze cockerel to Nigeria
  13. Eco-friendly or falsely advertised? Sustainable fashion advertising in Europe: do’s and don’ts
  14. State’s Rejection Of Driver’s ‘IMGOD’ Vanity Plate Unconstitutional, Federal Court Rules
  15. Author Tries To Trademark The Word ‘Dark’ For All Of Literary Fiction


  1. Riot Games to pay $10 million in gender discrimination settlement
  2. Riot Games to Pay $10 Million to Settle Gender-Discrimination Lawsuit
  3. Riot Games offers female employees $10 million in settlement
  4. Riot Games to pay out $10m to former employees in gender discrimination settlement: Total will be spread across up to around 1,000 former women employees
  5. Ragnarok files legal complaint against Human Head Studios over Rune II assets
  6. Ex-Human Head devs sued by Rune II publisher: Ragnarok Game accuses defunct studio and its co-founders of fraud, holding game assets hostage
  7. Pausing the Game: Take-Two Seeks to Pause WWE Copyright Infringement Lawsuit
  8. EA removes Marco van Basten from FIFA 20 after Nazi comment: Former Netherlands striker was suspended from working at Fox Sports last month
  9. Are publishers doing enough with their brands? | Opinion: EA hasn’t produced much with the Star Wars brand, and it’s not alone among publishers in the west — it’s high time they took some lessons from Japan
  10. Quantic Dream on the hook for €7,000 for allowing vulgar images to circulate
  11. Quantic Dream to pay former employee €7,000 over offensive photoshopped image: Tribunal found the Detroit Become Human developer guilty of having breached the security obligation it has towards its employees
  12. Overcoming unconscious bias in the games industry: Diversity advocates Cinzia Musio and Leon Killin discuss the dangers of unconscious bias, and how to foster an inclusive studio
  13. Atari VCS enters final stages of pre-production following series of delays: “Atari will always prioritise delivering a high-quality product over a self-imposed deadline,” says Atari VCS COO
  14. Patrice Désilets: Ancestors fell foul of critics’ expectations – “People expected my studio of 35 people to ship a game that is close to Assassin’s Creed — and it’s just not possible”
  15. Campo Santo’s In the Valley of the Gods on hold as team shifts to Valve projects
  16. Firewatch developer’s next game “on hold” after Valve acquisition
  17. A group of senior Ubisoft devs have joined Google’s in-house Stadia studio 
  18. Google hires senior Assassin’s Creed developers to build Stadia games: Three experienced Ubisoft staff join Jade Raymond’s Stadia Games and Entertainment studio
  19. Important Updates to Google Play Developer Policies
  20. Call of Duty Mobile is Google Play’s best game of 2019: Tencent and Activision collaboration won top award as well as users’ choice and best competitive
  21. Report: A cheaper Project Scarlett alternative remains in Xbox’s next gen plans
  22. The next Xbox is in the wild, connecting to current-gen Xbox One players
  23. Xbox One was the UK No.1 games console over Black Friday: It narrowly beat Switch, but Nintendo generated the most revenue from hardware sales
  24. Microsoft’s cheaper, discless next-gen Xbox reportedly still in the works: New report indicates Lockhart still planned as a logical fit with Game Pass, xCloud
  25. Valve Index Backordered Until After Christmas Due to “recent high demand” in Some Regions
  26. Half-Life Alyx changes the game for VR exclusives | Opinion: Never mind the hardware — Valve is dipping deep into its own playbook to become the default storefront for VR software
  27. Why Steam’s discoverability improvements may still mean your game won’t sell
  28. CD Projekt dismisses investor fears over Cyberpunk and Half-Life: Alyx release clash: “That niche is very, very, very — and I could add a few ‘verys’ here — small”
  29. CD Projekt Red will shut down Gwent on consoles: Players will be able to copy accounts to PC, mobile via GOG
  30. ‘Angry Birds Movie 2 VR’ Studio Raises $2M to Continue Development on AR/VR Games
  31. Microsoft Affirms VR Isn’t a Focus for Xbox Scarlett
  32. Phil Spencer: “Nobody’s asking for VR” on Xbox – Xbox boss cites concerns with VR’s form and popularity in strategy around Microsoft’s next console
  33. Xbox boss: We want to deliver a new first-party game ‘every three or four months’
  34. XR Games secures £1.5m investment: Virtual and augmented reality studio looks to grow team and portfolio
  35. The Podcast: How unconscious bias is holding back the industry – This week the team discuss the dangers of unconscious bias, the benefits of diversity, and the slow progress of virtual reality
  36. Rocketwerkz CEO shares how and why the studio offers unlimited time off
  37. Dean Hall’s Rocketwerkz offers unlimited annual leave: Most experienced staff get unlimited sick days, and four weeks minimum annual leave with no cap
  38. Super Mario Maker 2 becomes Super Zelda Maker with playable Link
  39. Super Mario Maker 2’s first big update brings new mode, playable Link
  40. Nintendo Switch sees best US sales week ever: Thanksgiving week saw a total of 830k Nintendo Switch and Lite units sold
  41. The Switch sold over 830,000 units during Thanksgiving week alone
  42. Nintendo and Tencent have set a launch date for the Switch in China
  43. Tencent launching Nintendo Switch in China next week: Will cost 2,099 yuan (approx $300), comes with New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe demo and a one-year warranty
  44. Nintendo to launch Switch in China on Dec. 10 priced $300
  45. Nintendo Switch sees best ever week of sales in US as it prepares to enter China
  46. Football Manager 2020 releases at No. 1 in EMEAA charts: Football Manager beats out Q4 big-hitters, but otherwise charts remain steady as holiday season looms
  47. Sea of Thieves is No.4 as Black Friday transforms UK Charts: FIFA 20 is No.1 and Call of Duty: Modern Warfare takes No.2
  48. Black Friday weekend digital game spending reached record $4.36b: In-game spending in free-to-play games up 13% YOY as digital interest continues to grow
  49. Shenmue III comes up short in the Japanese chart: Ys Net’s sequel failed to make waves in its home market, with less than 18k sales on PS4
  50. The truth about revenue sharing | Opinion: Revenue sharing has allowed great games to be made, says Unlock Audio’s Elliot Callighan, but it’s also used as a crutch by inexperienced teams
  51. An inside look at one indie dev-publisher relationship (with contract details!)
  52. What will the next UK gaming IPO look like? | Opinion: Liberum’s Andrew Bryant reflects on the flood of floatations in the last two years, and discusses why the next will need to be different
  53. Codemasters acquires Project Cars developer Slightly Mad Studios
  54. Codemasters acquires Project CARS developer Slightly Mad Studios: Racing studio grows to 700 people
  55. Codemasters buys Slightly Mad Studios for $30m: Project CARS studio will join the UK publisher in a deal that could rise by $67m based on three-year earnout clause
  56. Persona 5 has topped 3.2 million sales worldwide
  57. In the Valley of Gods “on hold” indefinitely: Former Campo Santo devs now at Valve have moved to other projects, including Half-Life: Alyx
  58. Pathfinder: Kingmaker dev Owlcat Games raises $1 million to fund new project
  59. Peripheral maker Logitech pledges to become carbon neutral by 2030
  60. YouTube no longer equates video game and real-world violence for age restrictions
  61. YouTube’s new gaming policy will allow creators to produce more violent footage: Advertising concerns are still high on creators’ agendas
  62. YouTube lightens restrictions on violent video game content: Policy update aims to better reflect difference between real-world and simulated violence
  63. YouTube Officially Separates Ad Policies For Video Game And Real-World Violence
  64. Dicebreaker launches news and reviews site to serve thriving tabletop community: Editor-in-chief Matt Jarvis discusses how the games industry can capitalise on the explosive growth of board games
  65. Streaming startup Genvid nets $27 million to expand ‘dev-grade’ broadcasting platform
  66. Twitch introduces new dashboard so more people can create livestreams
  67. ESL reportedly shuts down Spain, France branches, UK is “at risk”: Esports league tells no offices have closed, but are being restructured
  68. Counter-Strike World Champions Aim for First Esport Team IPO
  69. Astralis Group plans first ever IPO for an esports team: Danish Counter-Strike outfit seeks as much as €20 million from December 9 listing
  70. Esports Laws of the World
  71. Star Citizen hits $250m raised through crowdfunding: Almost 2.5m players have now funded the game, which is closing in on $300m in total investment
  72. Genvid closes $27m Series B round: Interactive streaming tech firm has also opened new offices in Berlin and California
  73. Area28 raises $2.15m for cloud-based development platform: Technology will add “significant value to the game development process” says Alibaba investor
  74. XR Games raises £1.5 million for new projects and staff
  75. Owlcat Games raises $1m for new Pathfinder video game: Gem Capital and My.Games investment arm lead funding for Moscow studio’s second foray into Pathfinder
  76. Persona 5 has sold 3.2m copies worldwide: Latest edition Persona 5 Royal has sold 400,000 copies in Japan, series’ lifestime sales now past 11 million
  77. Meet the young developer turning her severe anxiety into a games career
  78. “Winning and measuring engagement is no longer enough”: Midia’s Karol Severin warns entertainment firms should be measuring positive sentiment in this age of abundance
  79. Over 450 million PlayStation home consoles have been sold in 25 years
  80. PlayStations 1 to 4 have sold more than 450 million systems: Sony touts Guinness record for “best-selling home video game console brand ever”
  81. Don’t Miss: A brief history of PlayStation, from one-time frontman Phil Harrison
  82. The $0 marketing game guide
  83. Blog: Breaking down the Steam sales of Battle Royale Tycoon
  84. Blog: An introduction to wargame design – Part 1
  85. Blog: The perception of fairness in games
  86. Blog: Lessons learned from building a digital board game business
  87. Video: Breathing life into the machines of Horizon Zero Dawn
  88. Video: How Oddworld solved its narrative problems with mind control
  89. Video: A game dev’s guide to designing games with social impact
  90. Best of 2019: The ‘Door Problem’ of combat design
  91. Best of 2019: Downscaling, upscaling, same-scaling – Porting to Switch and under-powered consoles
  92. How “randomizers” are breathing new life into old games
  93. Video Games Without Borders wins UN Refugee Agency’s Innovation Award: Non-profit studio was selected from 259 entries for its mobile game promoting literacy and well-being among Syrian children
  94. Logitech commits to carbon neutrality by 2030: “We want to leave our mark on the future. We know that mark can be positive or negative, depending on the large and small decisions we make every day,” says CEO
  95. People of the Year 2019: Jeffrey Rosen and John Graham – We explore the legacy of Humble Bundle’s co-founders in the first of this year’s series on outstanding contributions to the industry
  96. People of the Year 2019: Remedy Entertainment: The Finnish studio’s bid for independence was about building a more stable future — Control proved it was also about creating the best possible games
  97. People of the Year 2019: SonicFox and Blitzchung – In a year where major industry figures were increasingly reluctant to take stances, two esports pros used their reach to demand change
  98. People of the Year 2019: Playing for the Planet Alliance – Unifying against climate change is the first of many steps the games industry must take
  99. The state of Xbox One in 2019.
  100. The state of the PlayStation 4 in 2019.
  101. The state of the Nintendo Switch in 2019.
  102. EA donating $500,000 to Team Trees: Donation, in the name of new Plants Vs Zombies game, will see half a million trees planted by January 1, 2020
  103. Apple has named the best iOS games of 2019
  104. Sky Children of the Light and Hyper Light Drifter among Apple’s Games of the Year: Meanwhile, Mario Kart Tour and Minecraft top most downloaded charts and The Gardens Between honoured in Apple Design Awards
  105. Google Play names Call of Duty: Mobile as best Android game of 2019
  106. Did “Fewer, Bigger, Better” actually work? – 10 Years Ago This Month: Major publishers have been narrowing their release slates for years, but has it produced the intended results?
  107. The Game Theorists’ Star-Studded Stream Raises $1.3 Million — And Counting — For St. Jude
  108. E3 media study shows declining media attendance, coverage: ESA says over 3,700 members of the media attended E3 in 2019
  109. U.S. Patent no. 10,258,880: Dynamic selection of voice quality over a wireless system
  110. U.S. Patent no. 10,258,882: Recording companion


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