Activision’s latest entry in the venerable Call of Duty franchise is cleaning house and then some. After only a few days on the market, Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 has already made half-a-billion dollars — and yet apparently that’s still not enough to impress some of the company’s investors. According to Activision, the number of players over the opening week is a new record for the series, and it had more airtime on Twitch than any other game in the series. It was actually quite dizzying how many streamers were playing the game. Even seasoned Fortnite veterans in my follow list were taking… This story continues at The Next Web
SenseTime is the Hong Kong’s first unicorn in a city that has proven a consistent ability to produce billion-dollar companies Alibaba-backed Hong Kong AI lab names first batch of start-ups for funding – SCMP What happened: A Hong Kong artificial intelligence lab backed by Alibaba and SenseTime has picked seven startups that will receive funding under its accelerator program. […]
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