Streaming services will decrease video quality in Europe, we get our hands on the brand-new MacBook Air and Anthony Levandowski pleads guilty. Here’s your Daily Crunch for March 20, 2020.
EU Commissioner Thierry Breton has actually called for Netflix to decrease streaming quality in Europe– a move to restrict its general bandwidth usage as more users turn to streaming services for at home entertainment throughout the break out– and the company has verified that it will comply with this request.
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Levandowski– the previous Google engineer and serial entrepreneur who was at the center of a suit between Uber and Waymo– has pled guilty to one count of stealing trade tricks while operating at Google under a plea arrangement reached with the U.S. District Attorney.
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As organizers cancel events with huge presence, like SXSW (400,000 participants), E3 (66,000), GDC (65,000) and Mobile World Congress (100,000), mobile video game designers have actually felt the crunch. So here are 5 ways to restore a launch lost to an exhibition cancellation. (Extra Crunch membership required.)
Don’t worry about uptime, though: In a memo about company continuity, Slack said that “the needs on our infrastructure do not alter when workers shift away from collaborating in the same workplace; there is no distinction in load on our systems whether individuals are connecting from their workplace, a cellular network, or their homes.”
The brand-new Digital Pass and Digital Pass Pro (to be revealed quickly!) are an enhance– not a replacement– for the existing Disrupt SF conference. But with a lot unpredictability around the coronavirus pandemic, we’ve sped up our strategies to use access to Disrupt SF material and networking chances virtually.
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