On-demand meal-delivery startup Munchery has gone out of business, the company said in an email to customers Monday. “Today, with a heavy heart, we’re reaching out to announce that Munchery is closing its doors and ending operations effective immediately. Any outstanding orders with Munchery will be canceled and refunded,” the email said.Continue reading “Meal-delivery startup Munchery shuts down”
The week ahead is a great one for action fans – relive the horrors of Resident Evil 2, live out your action movie fantasies in The Hong Kong Massacre, or take on friends in arena throwdown with Switchblade. But don’t feel left out if you prefer a more family-friendly adventure, as Wandersong and A Fisherman’s Tale also release on PlayStation Store this week.Continue reading “New on PlayStation Store this week: Resident Evil 2, Switchblade, The Hong Kong Massacre, more”
Explosive action, tense thrillers and comedy classics and more are discounted all this week on PlayStation Store. The promotion, which runs from today to Monday 28th January, includes a wide range of digital movies and TV shows that’ll be available to download for a discounted price.Continue reading “Enjoy your favourite films for less this week with PlayStation Store’s Mega Movie Week promotion”
If you thought 2018 was a great year for games, hooo boy! We’re just days into 2019, and it’s starting with a bang. From the zombie-infested police station of Resident Evil 2 to ancient Japanese villages teeming with lethal swordsmen in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice — these are some of our most anticipated games of Q1 2019 (January through March).Continue reading “9 upcoming PS4 games that should be on your radar in early 2019”
President Trump in comments Saturday said stock-rallying reports this week that trade talks with China would include the lifting of tariffs against the world’s second-largest economy weren’t true.
BlackRock Inc. , the world’s largest asset manager, inadvertently posted confidential information about thousands of financial adviser clients on its site, Bloomberg News reported late Friday, citing a glimpse of the released data before it was removed by the investment firm. The data were linked on one of the company’s web pages dedicated to its iShares exchange-traded funds. The documents included names and email addresses of financial advisers who buy BlackRock’s ETFs on behalf of customers and appeared to show the assets under management each adviser had in the firm’s iShares ETFs, Bloomberg reported. The links were dated Dec. 5, 2018, but it’s unclear how long they were public. BlackRock oversees assets of almost $6 trillion and is the world’s largest issuer of ETFs.
President Donald Trump plans to make a “major announcement” concerning the border with Mexico and the government shutdown on Saturday, according to his Twitter feed late Friday. In a tweet, Trump said he would make the announcement at 3 p.m. Eastern time on Saturday, which will mark the 29th day of the partial government shutdown, the longest on record. Trump is locked in a stalemate with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi over funding for his proposed wall on the U.S.-Mexico border
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Snap Inc. forced out two of its executives because one of them had an inappropriate relationship with a contractor, according to a report late Friday.Continue reading “Snap forces out two executives over inappropriate relationship: report”
FedEx Corp. began offering buyouts to U.S. employees on Friday, saying in a filing it expects the program to cost between $450 million and $575 million before taxes.Continue reading “FedEx starts offering buyouts, says costs between $450 million to $575 million”
U.S. stocks ended the week strong on Friday, booking a four-day streak of gains, after reports that Washington and Beijing were debating concessions to help secure an eventual resolution to the ongoing U.S.-China trade dispute.Continue reading “Dow logs 300-point gain as stocks string together four-day winning streak”
President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un are expected to hold a second summit “near the end of February,” the White House said in a statement Friday.Continue reading “2nd summit between Trump, North Korea’s Kim Jong Un to happen in February”
Walt Disney Co.-backed “Glass”, the new film directed by M. Night Shyamalan, is expected to dominate the box office over the long holiday weekend, according to MKM analyst Eric Handler.
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Oil futures climbed on Friday, with U.S. prices tallying a weekly gain of more than 4% as optimism surrounding progress toward a resolution of the U.S.-China trade dispute eased worries about energy demand. Data from Baker Hughes Friday also revealed a drop in the U.S. oil-rig count for this week, the largest such decline in nearly three years.Continue reading “U.S. oil prices finish higher, lift weekly gain to more than 4%”
The VR experience of Hikaru Utada’s concert, “Hikaru Utada Laughter in the Dark Tour 2018 – ‘Hikari’ & ‘Chikai’ – VR” was filmed on Wednesday, 7th November, at Yokohama Arena. The equipment for filming the VR scenes was brought in the day before, followed by elaborate rehearsals and the recording of two songs: “Simple and Clean” (the theme song of Kingdom Hearts) and “Don’t Think Twice” (the ending theme song of Kingdom Hearts III). Continue reading “Watch Kingdom Hearts III’s theme performed live in Hikaru Utada PS VR Experience, out tomorrow”
A year has passed since we made our first appearance at Paris Game Week 2017. It has been a very busy 12 months for us trying to complete the game and I am happy to say that we have finally reached the point of completion and are preparing for launch on 22nd January.Continue reading “Hong Kong Massacre brings stylish slow-mo shoot-outs to PS4 on 22nd January”