Ditches

Popular Streamer Shroud Ditches Twitch For Mixer, Pulls In 70K Viewers For Maiden Stream

Former CS:GO pro and popular Twitch streamer Mike “Shroud” Grzesiek took to Twitter today to announce his move to Mixer. Grzesiek is the second big Twitch name that Microsoft’s streaming platform has been able to convert in the past three months, with the company already having signed an exclusive streaming deal with its rival’s top …

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So Long, Supply Drops: Call of Duty Ditches Loot Boxes

In a major reversal for the franchise, Activision has announced that the upcoming Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will not include a loot-box system. Specifically, the company says that “all functional content that has an impact on game balance, such as base weapons and attachments, can be unlocked simply by playing the game.” ARS TECHNICA …

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Groota helps keep the promotional emails you want — and ditches the rest – GeekWire

Groota co-founders Rushin Liu, left, and Cho-Min Chou. (Groota Photo) Rushin Liu likes panning for digital gold, sifting through and reading promotional emails and newsletters for nuggets of useful information. But even when the messages were automatically sequestered into a folder for commercial correspondence, the good emails were getting drowned out by the unsolicited junk. …

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SUSE ditches OpenStack to focus on applications

Linux company SUSE Group is killing off its OpenStack Cloud product, stopping development in order to focus more on application delivery. SUSE OpenStack Cloud is the company’s distribution of the open-source OpenStack platform that provides a framework to create and manage both public cloud and private cloud infrastructure. The surprise announcement comes just a few …

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College Board Ditches ‘Adversity Score’ and Revamps Effort to Give Context to SAT Scores

Leaders of the College Board, which operates the SAT, wants a retest of its effort to help admissions officials understand the relative privilege of test takers. Last year the nonprofit began piloting what it called the Environmental Context Dashboard, a system that assigned a score of 1 to 100 to every student who took the …

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Google Ditches Anonymous Reviews—How Your Business Can Benefit

By Shannon Montoya Google no longer permits users to post anonymous reviews on the Google My Business platform. The move also applies to previously posted anonymous reviews. Although the rule of “Let the buyer beware” always applies online, scraping reviews from “A Google User” across Google My Business is good for customers who want to …

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