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Why Apple Didn’t Lose in the Epic Games Ruling

Why Apple Didn’t Lose in the Epic Games Ruling

Why Apple Didn’t Lose in the Epic Games Ruling Why Apple Didn’t Lose in the Epic Games Ruling A decision that split in Big Tech’s favor A federal judge’s split decision on Friday in the high-profile case between Apple and Epic Games, which stopped short of declaring Apple a monopoly but said it was anticompetitive, allowed parties on both sides …

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An Artist Who Blurs Video Games and Italian Renaissance

An Artist Who Blurs Video Games and Italian Renaissance

An Artist Who Blurs Video Games and Italian Renaissance An Artist Who Blurs Video Games and Italian Renaissance Name: Julien Nguyen Age: 30 Hometown: Hermosa Beach, Calif. Currently Lives: In a one-bedroom apartment in the Miracle Mile section of Los Angeles that doubles as his studio. Claim to Fame: Mr. Nguyen is a Vietnamese American artist who depicts friends, lovers …

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Tokyo Olympics Draw Smallest Summer Games TV Audience Since 1988

Tokyo Olympics Draw Smallest Summer Games TV Audience Since 1988

Tokyo Olympics Draw Smallest Summer Games TV Audience Since 1988 Tokyo Olympics Draw Smallest Summer Games TV Audience Since 1988 The Tokyo Olympics pulled in the smallest audience since NBCUniversal began covering the Summer Games in 1988, pulling in an average of 15.5 million viewers for its prime-time broadcast and digital presentations each night, the company said on Monday. From …

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Olympics Live: Results and Medal Count on the Last Day of the Games

Olympics Live: Results and Medal Count on the Last Day of the Games Olympics Live: Results and Medal Count on the Last Day of the Games Current time in Tokyo: Aug. 8, 10:41 a.m. Here’s what you need to know: Eliud Kipchoge, 36, crossed the finish line to win gold in the men’s marathon.Credit…Charly Triballeau/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images Eliud …

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The Olympic Marathon in Sapporo: A Test of Survival at the Tokyo Games

The Olympic Marathon in Sapporo: A Test of Survival at the Tokyo Games

The Olympic Marathon in Sapporo: A Test of Survival at the Tokyo Games The Olympic Marathon in Sapporo: A Test of Survival at the Tokyo Games At 30 kilometers, or 18.6 miles, Seidel ran at the front of nine runners as the course was dappled in shade. The temperature on the tarmac was above 100 degrees, according to the NBC …

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The Olympics Are All Fun, No Games on TikTok

The Olympics Are All Fun, No Games on TikTok

The Olympics Are All Fun, No Games on TikTok The Olympics Are All Fun, No Games on TikTok Olympians are the world’s most impressive athletes. Watching them show off their superhuman strength, endurance and form, it’s easy to forget that many of them are not just mortals but teens and 20-somethings, effectively living in dorms, their emotions and hormones swiveling …

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Karate Gets Its Own Showcase at the Tokyo Games

Karate Gets Its Own Showcase at the Tokyo Games

Karate Gets Its Own Showcase at the Tokyo Games Karate Gets Its Own Showcase at the Tokyo Games Karate made its debut as an official Olympic sport at the Tokyo Games on Thursday as 120 men and women from around the world vied for medals. The Japanese organizers successfully lobbied for karate to be included as a medal sport, an …

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Here’s What Happened at the Tokyo Games on Wednesday

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Here’s What Happened at the Tokyo Games on Wednesday Here’s What Happened at the Tokyo Games on Wednesday TOKYO — Sydney McLaughlin needed a world record of 51.46 seconds to beat her fellow American and rival Dalilah Muhammad in the 400 hurdles. Andre de Grasse of Canada raced to the men’s 200-meter gold, with Americans placing 2-3-4 behind him, and …

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Tencent Shares Drop After China Media Criticizes Video Games

Tencent Shares Drop After China Media Criticizes Video Games

Tencent Shares Drop After China Media Criticizes Video Games Tencent Shares Drop After China Media Criticizes Video Games Shares of Tencent Holdings and other prominent Chinese video-game companies plunged in Hong Kong trading on Tuesday after a Beijing-affiliated media outlet called their products “spiritual opium.” The blast from the state-affiliated media outlet, the Economic Information Daily, came after months of …

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US Women Face Canada in a Soccer Semifinal on Day 10 of the Games

US Women Face Canada in a Soccer Semifinal on Day 10 of the Games

US Women Face Canada in a Soccer Semifinal on Day 10 of the Games US Women Face Canada in a Soccer Semifinal on Day 10 of the Games TOKYO — The U.S. women’s soccer team lost a game, tied another and needed penalties to beat the Netherlands in the quarterfinals. But the team remains alive, with a semifinal game against …

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