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Microsoft is pulling many beloved games off the Xbox 360 store next week

Microsoft is pulling many beloved games off the Xbox 360 store next week / The games will be going away on February 7th. But it’s not all bad news; any of the disappearing games available on the Xbox One and Xbox Series / X stores will be purchasable there. a:hover]:text-gray-63 text-gray-63 dark:[&>a:hover]:text-gray-bd dark:text-gray-bd dark:[&>a]:text-gray-bd [&>a]:shadow-underline-gray-63

WSJ names Patterson head of audio

WSJ names Patterson head of audio Dear All: I’m happy to share the news that Philana Patterson will become the new head of audio for The Wall Street Journal—a pivotal role for the future as the department ramps up with new shows and formats and works to deepen the place of audio across the newsroom.

Google’s experimental ChatGPT rivals include a search bot and a tool called ‘Apprentice Bard’

Google’s experimental ChatGPT rivals include a search bot and a tool called ‘Apprentice Bard’ Google employees have been testing several potential ChatGPT competitors as part of the tech giant’s bid to launch a response to OpenAI’s technology, according to CNBC. A previous New York Times report said that Google CEO Sundar Pichai declared “code red”

Our Favorite Figures From 10 Years of Star Wars: The Black Series

Our Favorite Figures From 10 Years of Star Wars: The Black Series Ten years ago, Hasbro announced something akin to a disturbance in the Force—and Star Wars toy fans’ wallets: The Black Series, a brand new line that would bump the iconic heroes and villains of the galaxy far, far away up to 6″ scale for

5 Procurement Trends To Keep on Your Radar for 2023

5 Procurement Trends To Keep on Your Radar for 2023 Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The world faces a paradox as the economic cycle moves into a recession. Statistically, we’re seeing a very high employment rate, yet there’s a shortage of skills and labor. In the U.K., these issues are particularly prevalent

Zoho Bigin Updates Provide Small Businesses with Interoperability and Affordability

Zoho Bigin Updates Provide Small Businesses with Interoperability and Affordability When a global pandemic impacted businesses large and small beginning in 2020, many struggled to maintain relationships with their customers. Fortunately, technological solutions like Zoho CRM and Bigin helped them find new ways to communicate and organize their activities – even on a remote basis.

8 Solutions for Getting Your Business Out of a Slump

8 Solutions for Getting Your Business Out of a Slump Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Slump. Bust. Dip. Whatever you call it, it happens to all businesses at some point. And that means you need a solution so you can avoid the slump when it happens to your business and grow faster

LeadershipNow 140: January 2023 Compilation

LeadershipNow 140: January 2023 Compilation Here are a selection of tweets from January 2023 that you will want to check out: See more on Twitter. * * * Follow us on Instagram and Twitter for additional leadership and personal development ideas. Posted by Michael McKinney at 07:21 AM Permalink | Comments (0) | This post

Twitter is killing off co-authored tweets after less than a year

Twitter is killing off co-authored tweets after less than a year Twitter has quietly killed off a feature that allowed users to publish co-authored tweets. The company enabled CoTweets on “select” accounts last July in the US, Canada and Korea, but the feature never made it beyond the experimental stage. As of today, you’ll no

Berkshire publication adding business news section

Berkshire publication adding business news section The Berkshire Edge in western Massachusetts is adding a business news section that will appear every Monday. Marcie Setlow of The Edge writes, “Business Monday will cover both for-profit and non-profit enterprises. We recognize that members of the non-profit sector face their own set of business issues, but they nevertheless play a

Artifact is an AI-driven news aggregation app from the creators of Instagram

Artifact is an AI-driven news aggregation app from the creators of Instagram After a few years of staying mostly under the radar, Instagram co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger are back with a new project. It’s an app called Artifact, a name Systrom told Platformer’s Casey Newton is designed to evoke the project’s three tenants: