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Digital gaming earns a record $11.5 billion in November 2020
Digital games revenues hit a whopping $11.5 billion in November 2020, driven by huge World of Warcraft gains and Call of Duty.
Microtransactions make up 88% ($92.6 billion) of digital game spending
2020 is a huge year for gaming, especially when it comes to in-game purchases & microtransactions. mTX has earned $92.6bn so far.
'El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie' raked in 6.5 million views in 3 days
6.5 million viewers tuned in for El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie in just three days.
Samsung bows out of the Blu-ray player market in the US
Samsung announces it will no longer make new Blu-ray or 4K Blu-ray player models for the US market.
Analyst: COD: Black Ops 4 buzz beats Battlefield V, RDR 2
Nielsen's latest survey - Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is the most anticipated game of the holiday season.
Netflix spares children 150 hours of ads annually
Streaming services save children from 150 hours of commercials every year, research shows.
Netflix members viewed 42.5 billion hours of TV in 2015 alone
Netflix caused a huge 50% drop in TV viewing in the US in 2015, with 42.5 billion hours of Netflix streamed.
Gearbox secures 'full and rightful' ownership of Duke Nukem franchise
The rights to the Duke Nukem franchise are now in the hands of Gearbox Software.
Americans have streamed 135B songs and music videos in 2015 so far
Americans love our streaming music and movies.
Star Wars: Battlefront won't use Battlelog, has offline singleplayer
DICE says that Star Wars: Battlefront won't use Battlelog, and that it will let you play "solo or cooperatively with bots on or offline"
Facebook has began informing TV networks what shows you post about
Facebook looks to take on Nielsen and Twitter by feeding networks with weekly data based on what its users talked about that week.
PayPal to launch facial recognition for in-store payments, smile for the... PayPal?
PayPal set to trial facial recognition for in-store payments.
American teens prefer YouTube over iTunes, radio & CDs according to latest Nielsen survey
Nielsen: American teens prefer YouTube over Apple's iTunes, radio or CDs.