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Sony sued for $7.9 billion over PlayStation Store prices

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Sony is currently facing a massive lawsuit, with plaintiffs seeking a staggering $7.9 billion in damages over alleged unfair pricing practices on the PlayStation Store.

The lawsuit, which has garnered significant attention in the gaming community, centers around accusations that Sony overcharged customers for digital downloads and subscriptions, ultimately leading to financial harm for millions of PlayStation users.

Alex Neill, a consumer advocate who has worked on previous campaigns, is bringing the case against Sony. She says the company abused its dominant position by requiring digital games and add-ons to be bought and sold only via the PlayStation Store, which charges a 30% commission to developers and publishers.

The claim alleges customers have therefore paid higher prices for games and add-on content than they would have done.

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Dream team: Disney & Nvidia join forces to produce autonomous AI-powered robots

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Disney revealed a sneak peek into their breath-taking AI-Powered ‘Star Wars’ robots, produced by Nvidia.

On this episode of Ahron & Mike – Disney & Nvidia unite to create robots, home employees are being caught using mouse jiggling tech, and Black Berry makes a bold return.

Ticker’s Ahron Young & Mike Loder discuss.

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Nintendo’s latest presentation showcased exciting revivals and fresh new titles for Q4

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Nintendo’s exciting 2024 lineup revealed following June Direct: revivals, new titles, and fresh takes.

From enhanced classics like Donkey Kong Country Returns HD to highly anticipated new entries such as Metroid Prime 4, Nintendo’s 2024 releases promise something for every gamer.

Emily Leaney from TeamRetro joins to unpack all the big announcements.

Follow the link here for the full presentation on Nintendo’s official YouTube channel.

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Google head of search: AI’s flaws won’t stop advancement

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Google’s Head of Search reassures employees about AI’s inevitable errors, promising to persist with its deployment despite occasional absurd mistakes.

Despite advancements in AI, errors such as misinformation in search results or inaccurate predictions are still prevalent.

However, Google remains dedicated to refining its algorithms to minimise such occurrences.

Tom Finnigan from Talkingbranda.ai joins to discuss. #featured

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