Warner Bros. has a lawsuit against Paramount for $500 million
South Park: An End to End Game For The CWD Westonazimuthal XMM-Newton Comedy Streaming License
The entire library of the show, as well as the 30 new episodes for seasons 24, 25, and 26 were intended to be brought on by the deal. However, Warner Bros. Discovery alleges it didn’t get what it paid for. South Park Digital Studios did not deliver on its promise of 10 new episodes each season and charged the company extra for the 50-minute Pandemic Special.
Nearly all “South Park” episodes air first on Paramount-owned Comedy Central. The creators of “South Park” auctioned off streaming rights to the first 23 seasons of the show.
There were 5 questions about the plane that flew over D.C
A business jet carrying four people, including a daughter and a granddaughter, crashed near the George Washington National Forest in Virginia, US, on Sunday. An F-16 fighter jet was launched to intercept the plane after an air traffic controller found the unresponsive pilot. Meanwhile, NORAD said the military tried to make contact with the pilot until the plane crashed.
13 charges are being made against the exchange in a lawsuit
The US Securities and Exchange Commission has sued the world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange Binance, saying it “chose not to register, so they could evade critical regulatory oversight designed to protect investors and markets”. The CFTC said Binance allowed its US operations to secretly allow high-value US customers to trade on its international exchange. The suit was filed in a New York court.
Soon, you will be able to see Artificial Intelligence-generated ads
Google has said it will experiment with Search and Shopping ads that are directly integrated within the AI-powered’snapshot and conversational mode’. “Over the coming months, we’ll experiment with Search and Shopping ads that are directly integrated within the AI-powered snapshot and conversational mode,” Google VP and GM of ads Jerry Dischler said in a blog post.
An auto CEO came very close to saying the right thing
Ford CEO Jim Farley said, “I’ve no idea what’s going on in this industry right now.” Farley was referring to the electric vehicles (EV) coming out with 450-500 miles of range. He added, “We need to start discussing…efficiency and the size of batteries for the range.” The profit margin of the auto industry is very protective because heavier batteries tend to squeeze it.
The repairability smarts are being applied to headphones
I asked a bunch of brands if they’d be able to repair a pair of their headphones with a dead battery. Bose said it generally replaced headphones for customers if the battery dies under warranty and swaps them out for a new, discounted product if they die outside of warranty. Marshall told me it currently has no in-house capacity for repairing its headphones.
Microsoft’s $70 billion deal to buy a game publisher was denied by the U.K
Microsoft’s proposed merger with Activision Blizzard, that would have seen every PC game developed by Microsoft on its own cloud service for 10 years, has been scrapped due to UK’s CMA’s concerns. CMA said that the merger would lead to monopoly in cloud gaming in the UK. It added that Microsoft could have made Call of Duty exclusive to its own cloud gaming service.