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Sony’s investment to make PlayStation more social

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After a failed bid by Microsoft to purchase the Popular communication service, discord, for a whopping 10 Billion dollars.

Rival company Sony has announced that they will integrate the social experience on their PlayStation systems in a deal that is set to begin early next year.

In a statement from Sony the company said they are “constantly looking for new ways to enable players around the world to connect with one another.

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Top 5 BIGGEST bridges ever built

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From China to the USA there are a host of incredible engineering constructions…most impressively the humble bridge. Check out the top 5 mammoth giants from around the world.

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Maximizing entertainment on Twitch streams!

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Twitch streaming is redefining entertainment…especially In the gaming space.

As the platform grows more and more people are signing up to watch and create engaging content. Today we discuss the starting points and creative ideas that surround building a decent channel for your viewers – See what tips streamer “BrySuperSaurus” had to share…Check out Bryce and his work here: www.twitch.tv/brysupersaurus

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Tech stocks plummet as inflation fears hit the market

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Tech stocks drop

Fears of rising inflation hammered Wall Street stocks overnight with technology shares baring the brunt.

Investors amplified new concerns about the rebound from COVID19.

The brutal drop began earlier in the week, continuing into a third consecutive day of losses. 

Tech stocks suffering their worst day since March 18, while the Dow had its worst showing since late January.

Down 2% in a day

The Dow Jones, S&P 500 Index and Nasdaq all plummeted, closing more than 2% lower on the day.

With a weekend cyber-attack sharply driving up the cost of gas nationwide, investors are worried about inflation.

A system-wide disruption following a cyberattack on a key energy pipeline operator sent gasoline prices higher.

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The concerns over faster growth and soaring prices complicates the Federal Reserve’s policy of allowing the economy to run hot.

“I believe the Federal Reserve is more focused on the employment part of its dual mandate and will remain accommodative for as long as it takes to ensure the economy returns to full employment,” says Nancy Davis, founder and portfolio manager at Quadratic Capital Management.

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