Big data is becoming a fundamental analysis tool across all industries, with the world of gaming seen using the power of big data across all platforms in 2020 and beyond.
As almost all forms of digital gaming have online elements to them, be it the game being hosted on online servers or customers connecting to the internet via their consoles for head-to-head battles and DLC purchasing, video game industry companies can stack up heaps of data every single day. This includes statistics on how often a certain title is played, what times of the day are most popular with each demographic, the replayability of their titles or even the likelihood that players will purchase additional content.
Starting with such data, gaming brands use complex tools to enhance their products, make marketing decisions, choose the most likely to succeed promotions, or even select the genre and themes of upcoming games. It is safe to say that regardless of the platform in use, gaming is becoming increasingly driven by big data.
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Cargo, a New York-based startup that sells snack-boxes and other amenities to ride-hail passengers, has laid off around two dozen employees and will pivot to car-top advertising, the company confirms to Axios.
Why it matters: A growing number of startups are under pressure to build sustainable businesses instead of focusing on unprofitable, top-line growth.
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We might have gotten another hint of the Google Pixel 4a, an affordable version of the Pixel 4 devices, and it seems there could be three of these new Pixel A handsets – including one that could have 5G. In other words, it’s the first indication that Google could release a 5G phone before the Google Pixel 5 flagship.
These references were found in Android code – as Android is open-source, people can access the code readily – and 2020 mid-range Pixel phones were mentioned in a new batch of the Android Open Source Project (AOSP), this month’s Pixel 4 firmware dump, and the latest versions of several Google applications.
Credit goes to Twitter user @akes29, who dug up the code names, and was then helped by XDA Developers who pored over the code with a fine-tooth comb.
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Balala’s claim that the technology is used in 40% of US airports in place of passports is thus exaggerated.
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The new rules still block large vehicles, meaning companies testing driverless big rigs have to look elsewhere.
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Researchers of the ICAI Group -Computational Intelligence and Image Analysis- of the University of Malaga (UMA) have designed an unprecedented method that is capable of improving brain images obtained through magnetic resonance imaging using
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