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  1. Nvidia's $40 Billion Arm Acquisition Is Under Scrutiny Photo: Justin Sullivan (Getty Images) As expected, Nvidia’s $40 billion acquisition of Arm is nowhere near a done deal. The EU and UK are ready to start investigating the merger, reports The Irish Times. Sources familiar with the matter told the publication that the deal will be thoroughly investigated, and could either be passed unconditionally or with concessions. The investigation comes in response to concerns that the deal will give Nvidia monopolistic power over current Arm licensees.
  2. Sony acquires fighting game tournament Evo Evo. Image Credit: Sony Sony announced today that it and a new venture called RTS have acquired Evo, the annual fighting game tournament. Evo started in 1996 and has become the most prolific annual fighting game tournament in the world. During that time, it had remained independent, although it attracted plenty of sponsors. Now, one of the biggest names in gaming owns Evo. Sony notes that Evo cofounders Tom and Tony Cannon “… will remain closely involved in an advisory role to ensure Evo continues t
  3. Qualcomm Completes Acquisition of NUVIA: Immediate focus on Laptops Today Qualcomm is announcing that the company has completed the acquisition of NUVIA, a start-up company consisting of industry veterans who were behind the creation of Apple’s high-performance CPU cores, and who were aiming to disrupt the server market with a new high-performance core called “Phoenix”. The acquisition had been announced only several weeks ago in mid-January, so the whole process has been extremely speedy in terms of timeline. “Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCO
  4. Microsoft buys rapid prototyping firm The Marsden Group Furthering its focus on vertical industries, Microsoft is buying The Marsden Group for an undisclosed amount. Credit: Microsoft Microsoft is continuing to make vertical industries a key focus with its latest acquisition, The Marsden Group. Microsoft announced intentions to purchase The Marsden Group for an undisclosed amount on March 16. The Marsden Group has been a Microsoft Gold Partner and is focused on rapid prototyping in key industries like manufacturing, automotive and logistics. Microsoft is
  5. Epic Games is buying Fall Guys creator Mediatonic Epic is acquiring Mediatonic parent company Tonic Games Group Image: Devolver Digital Fortnite creator Epic Games is acquiring video game studio Mediatonic, the maker of smash hit Fall Guys, for an undisclosed sum, the companies announced on Tuesday. The deal marks one of Epic’s higher-profile acquisitions of late, following its 2019 purchases of social video app Houseparty and Rocket League developer Psyonix. According to the blog posts and FAQs detailing the announcement, Fall Guys wi
  6. HP is Acquiring HyperX for $425 Million In some unexpected news today, HP and HyperX (formerly a division of Kingston) have jointly released a statement that HP is to acquire HyperX gaming peripherals portfolio, and the brand, for $425 million USD. Kingston retains the DRAM, Flash, and SSD products (those that are branded HyperX will probably be renamed). Perhaps it is indicative that Kingston wants to remain focused on the memory and storage markets, and divest away from a variable commodity market, while at the same time HP is looking to boost its presence in the spa
  7. EA has completed their Codemasters acquisition Electronic Arts have completed their acquisition of UK racing game specialist Codemasters, folding the Formula 1, DIRT, WRC, GRID and Project CARS racing game series into EA’s portfolio alongside the likes of Need for Speed, Real Racing and (if we’re lucky) Burnout. The deal saw EA pay $1.2 billion to buy Codemasters, outbidding Take Two in the process. We're excited to welcome @Codemasters to the EA family! 🚗💨 pic.twitter.com/y3yYB94vmF — Electronic Arts (@EA) February 18, 2021 Speaking of the deal, Andrew
  8. Qualcomm objects to Nvidia’s $40 billion Arm acquisition KEY POINTS Qualcomm has told regulators around the world that it is against Nvidia’s $40 billion acquisition of British chip designer Arm, according to sources familiar with the matter. The company has told the Federal Trade Commission, the European Commission, the U.K.’s Competition and Markets Authority and China’s State Administration for Market Regulation that it has concerns about the deal. The FTC’s investigation has moved to a “second phase” and the U.S. regulator has
  9. Google has made a bid to buy Fitbit, one of the most well-known wearable manufacturers in the world, according to a report from Reuters. Though there's no sort of confirmation that a deal will be struck between the two companies, the move could help Google enter the smartwatch market with a device of its own, rather than relying exclusively on partner devices running Wear OS. The news comes as Fitbit seems to be looking for investors interested in buying the company. Despite maintaining overall growth, Fitbit's market share has been decreasing over the past year or so, with compani
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