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Uber raises $1.2B in new funding round, plans expansion in Asia

12/05, 1:08pm

Blog post by CEO promises Uber will become a humble company

Ride-hailing service Uber has increased its warchest, after its latest round of funding brought in $1.2 billion. The extra funds come at a turbulent time for the company following various negative reports, though CEO Travis Kalanick claims upcoming changes to the way the firm is managed will lead to a "more humble company" in the future.


Sony to shutter PlayStation Home in Japan, Asia regions in 2015

08/24, 1:27pm

Virtual world to close its doors March 2015, service will continue in United States, Europe

Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia announced that it is bringing a close to PlayStation Home in Japan and Asia regions at the end of March 2015. The service was launched as a competitor to Linden Research's Second Life, but was offered for free to any PlayStation 3 owner.


Sony Computer Entertainment Japan, Asia merge into one unit

04/01, 5:40am

Division merger, management reshuffle part of company streamlining

Sony is merging its Computer Entertainment units in Japan and Asia into a single division for the region, in an effort to streamline the business. The creation of Sony Computer Entertainment Japan Asia comes after low quarterly results in February showed Sony's gaming division losing 15.1-percent on sales year-on-year, and an overall net loss of $124 million.


Pioneer to sell LCD TVs in N. America, Asia in 2009

09/18, 12:55am

Pioneer LCD TVs in US

Pioneer recently announced it would start selling its LCDs in North America and Asia during the first half of 2009, after unveiling the 32- and 37-inch models in Europe last month. CE Pro reveals that Pioneer will follow up the North American and Asian releases with Japan in 2010, opting to focus mostly on small- and medium-sized LCDs for the Japanese. Pioneer also said it would offer a high-end range of LCDs, manufactured with Sharp LCD panels.

more unveils Akzend puzzle game

01/25, 3:50pm

Akzend for Mac recently announced the release of Akzend, a Far East-themed puzzle game for the Mac. Players are tasked with matching tiles so that they can make their way to the Temple of Time in order to lift a curse from an ancient artifact. Eight magic talismans must be unlocked to unleash powers that allow the player to further their journey. Akzend features a full screen view mode that shows off vibrant scenery artwork, and two game modes which span many levels. Akzend is available from for $20, with a free demo for download.



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