Intel Foundry Services is a new standalone company that will make SoCs for third-parties, Qualcomm is reportedly working on a Switch-like 5G gaming console, and Google is not testing FLoC in the EU over GDPR concerns.
OnePlus announces the much leaked OnePlus 9 series, Microsoft is reportedly in talks to acquire Discord, and China issues new rules on necessary information mobile app developers can collect from users.
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Zoom will begin selling access to its API for companies to embed video calling into their own products, Microsoft will start a limited reopening of its headquarters in Redmond and Seattle on March 29th, and preservation group Hidden Palace has obtained 752 PS2 game prototypes for the Project Deluge initiative.
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The US House Judiciary Subcommittee on Antitrust plans to introduce 10 or more smaller antitrust bills targeting large technology companies, Microsoft begins a partial reopening of two headquarters, and the HomePod Mini includes an inactive temperature and humidity sensor.