While Youtube claims that the Echo Show feature "violates our terms of service, creating a broken user experience," Amazon says "there is no technical reason for that decision."
The NBA 2K League (no longer eLeague) is taking shape rather quickly, and its managing director Brendan Donohue revealed some launch details to Edgar Alvarez.
The theater chain is investing $10 million in Dreamscape Immersive, a startup that builds VR multiplexes capable of hosting up to six people at once.
Other investors include Hollywood heavy hitters like Steven Spielberg, and plans point to content that "complements" rather than replaces movies.
The US Food and Drug Administration has named several companies involved in a recently-instituted "pre-certification" program that determines whether or not they meet baseline quality standards for health software.
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- Amazon Says Google Quit Supporting Echo Show, So It Stopped Supporting YouTubeTheStreet.com
- Google pulls YouTube from Amazon Echo Show for ToS violationsBetaNews
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