Does Blizzard deserve Hell for Diablo Immortal?

Blizzard has finally announced a new Diablo game, and is now being roasted over the fires of a fierce fan backlash. Why? Because it’s a mobile game. Does Blizzard deserve the outrage, or is this just a knee-jerk reaction against mobile games? We take a look at what’s behind the controversy.

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Amazon to split second headquarters into two locations – report

Company will divide its workforce with 25,000 workers in each of two cities, Wall Street Journal says

Amazon is planning to split its second headquarters evenly between two locations rather than picking one city, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing a person familiar with the matter.

The retailer previously announced a planned investment of $5bn and 50,000 jobs for the second headquarters.

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Tim Berners-Lee launches campaign to save the web from abuse

A ‘Magna Carta for the web’ will protect people’s rights online from threats such as fake news, prejudice and hate, says founder of the internet

Tim Berners-Lee has launched a global campaign to save the web from the destructive effects of abuse and discrimination, political manipulation, and other threats that plague the online world.

In a talk at the opening of the Web Summit in Lisbon on Monday, the inventor of the web called on governments, companies and individuals to back a new “Contract for the Web” that aims to protect people’s rights and freedoms on the internet.

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