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YouTube loses "originality" and other technological clicks

By hollisterclothingoutlet 28/05/2022 520 Views

Luis Alejandro Amaya E. Bogotá, Jan 20 (EFE).- These are the main technological news of the week in America.1. YouTube "throws in the towel" to Netflix and HBO They say that ambition breaks the bag, and this is what happened to YouTube which, in its eagerness to compete with Netflix, HBO and Amazon Prime Video, got fully into the production of original material, but this week it announced that it would drop that aspect of the streaming business. Despite giving birth to titles such as "Cobra Kai" and "Step Up", and documentaries and "reality" formats starring Hollywood stars such as Will Smith and singers such as Justin Bieber, Camilo, Alicia Keys and Demi Lovato, YouTube Originals never really took off as expected. Recently, it had to hand over productions such as "Cobra Kai", a sequel to the famous eighties film saga "Karate Kid!", to a direct competitor like Netflix. Now without YouTube Originals, the platform's objectives, apart from the video "on demand", they focus on hosting material from independent creators. It seems that the "streaming" war will continue to leave victims and we'll see what the next one will be. 2. 5G, a signal that "paralyzes" planes 5G arrived at United States, but its arrival, more than joy, has aroused enormous concern about the effects that this network can cause in aircraft navigation systems.This week, dozens of flights to that country were canceled or modified to avoid possible interference due to the 5G network, which has been released by Verizon and AT & T. Emirates, Air India, Lufthansa, British Airways and Japan Airlines are among the companies that announced cancellations or changes of flights to the US. for this reason. Both these airlines and the manufacturers Airbus and Boeing are concerned that the new 5G signals could interfere with the radio altimeters of the planes. 3. Activision, the new protagonist of the Microsoft "universe" Period: early eighties. Place: any house with a television and a console. Ritual: take out a cartridge from a game, blow it underneath and press "on". At that time it was very likely that some or more of the titles had been developed by Activision, such as "Tennis" or "Pitfall". A lot of water has flowed under the bridge and Activision continues to be one of the video game giants, but another giant, Microsoft, passed the card through the dataphone this week and bought it for 68.7 billion dollars. For Microsoft, it is the largest operation of this type, because it has relegated to the background the 26,000 million it paid for LinkedIn in 2016. Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, assured that the purchase of Activision seeks to promote a "new era of videogames" that gives the greatest importance to players and creators and that makes games "safe, inclusive and accessible for all". 4. Did someone say cryptocurrencies? “Yessssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss.com According to an NBC report, Walmart submitted several applications to the Patent Office at the end of December to create a kind of cryptoactive and sell virtual goods such as the famous NFTs (non-fungible tokens). In this regard, Walmart said that it is always "exploring how emerging technologies can shape future shopping experiences." 5. "Come with me to buy a shirt at... Amazon" Although doing it from home is very comfortable, do you feel that to buy a shirt or pants it is better to try them on, feel them, see them? Well now you will have the best of both worlds: Amazon will open its first clothing store before the end of 2022 in a shopping center in Los Angeles. "Amazon Style" will sell women's clothing, men's clothing, shoes and accessories at prices similar to those found on the online platform. Although it will practically not be necessary to deal with people, because the shelves and displays will have a QR code that customers can scan to see the sizes and colors available, and by pressing a button on their cell phone, the chosen garment will be sent to the dressing room. 6. United States, to ensure the cybersecurity of its security entities Unfortunately in the world it smells of war in many places, also in the cyber field, and that is why the president of the United States, Joe Biden, signed this week an order to strengthen the cybersecurity of agencies that handle sensitive information such as the CIA or the Department of Defense. The new guidelines require its employees to use multi-factor authentication and encryption systems approved by the National Security Agency, among other requirements.Biden and his entire Administration are very alert to what Russian hackers who have attacked federal government systems in the past can do. Rising tensions between Russia and the West over the Ukraine border crisis could exacerbate attempts by hacker groups like Nobelium to attack networks and try to steal sensitive information for the US 7. More Xbox Game Pass "defections" Ongoing In lighter news, although not so kind to fans of certain video games, in the coming months several of these will disappear from the Xbox Game Pass offer. According to SomosXbox.com, the titles that will no longer be available on the platform will be "Final Fantasy XII THE ZODIAC AGE" (from February 16), Octopath Traveler (April 1), "Dragon Quest Builders 2" (from May;), "Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster" (May 16). "Final Fantasy XIII" (September 1), "Final Fantasy XIII-2" (December 1), and in 2023 "Scarlet Nexus" (January 1), "Yakuza 3 Remastered", "Yakuza 4 Remastered", " Yakuza 5 Remastered" (all on February 1), "Yakuza 6" (April 1) and "Yakuza 7" on June 16.



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