Zupee, an Indian company that offers online gaming services, is one that Microsoft is considering investing in. The play-to-earn gaming startup might get an investment round worth more than $100 million if the negotiations go smoothly. The issue is Zupee’s pay-to-win business, which Microsoft appears to view as gambling. Users of Twitter Blue in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand can choose to “Edit Tweet.”
Early access for Overwatch 2 has been delayed due to a significant DDoS assault.
Microsoft thinking to invest in Zupee
Twitter announces new updates
Google’s new launches
Overwatch 2 to be out
Reliance Jio to expand
Microsoft is thinking about investing in Zupee, an Indian provider of online gaming services. If the negotiations go well, the play-to-earn gaming company could receive an investment round worth over $100 million. According to sources, the agreement was still in its early stages and there was a risk it wouldn’t be implemented. Zupee’s pay-to-win business, which Microsoft appears to consider to be gambling, is at issue.
Finally available on Twitter, the much-desired edit function lets users change their tweets. For the time being, only Twitter Blue subscribers can access the edit tweet option. The “Edit Tweet” option is available to Twitter Blue users in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. The feature will soon be available to US Twitter Blue subscribers on the microblogging platform. Elon Musk, the new owner of Twitter has also hinted that he would be strengthening user experience at Twitter by fighting the bots, cyber scams, hacking attempts, and spam messages that have become the new norm on Twitter. It is not uncommon to see celebrity social media accounts get hacked on Twitter to spread propaganda and misinformation.
On October 7, the Made by Google event came to an end, as the search and hardware behemoth unveiled the Pixel 7 lineup and the Pixel Watch. Google also hinted at the introduction of the 2023-slated Pixel Tablet.
An extensive DDoS attack has impeded the debut of Overwatch 2’s early access. Players have been forced to wait in exorbitantly long lines or are unable to start the game at all as a result of the attack. Blizzard President Mike Ybarra acknowledged that a DDoS attack had occurred while stating that the team was working to resolve the problems.
Reliance At the India Mobile Congress 2022, Jio made its True 5G service in India official. In four cities—Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata, and Varanasi—the Jio True 5G service is currently being tested as part of a beta program. The most cutting-edge 5G service in the world, Jio True 5G will reportedly deliver unlimited bandwidth at rates of up to 1Gbps.