The news of the week (#17 2022)

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This year there is no E3, but the June conferences will be held the same and as proof of this we have the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase, which will be broadcast on June 12 at 7:00 p.m. Also in June, but on the 2nd, Diablo Immortal will arrive, a mobile game that surprisingly will have a PC version. Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) for PlayStation 5 doesn’t need to be dated, it’s now available to all gamers on the console with an HDMI 2.1 TV.

This week we’ve also welcomed Dune: Spice Wars, which has debuted in Steam Early Access, and Nintendo Switch Sports, a game sure to be hit hard by many couples this weekend. As a new bet we have The Knight Witch, a shoot’em up adventure with metroidvania elements. On the other hand, users of Bethesda.net have already begun their migration to Steam, while Microsoft’s gaming division, that is, Xbox, has seen its quarterly revenue increase by 6%.

On the Internet we have seen the purchase of Twitter by Elon Musk, who will pay more than 43,000 million dollars for the social network, we have Twitch studying changes in the partner program to introduce more ads and a smaller distribution of income, and the final goodbye to Tuenti, whose clients will be migrated to O2. In technology there are two new mobiles, the Xiaomi Poco F4 GT and the Motorola Edge 30. Also in this category we talk about the millionaire losses of Facebook Reality Labs and Intel says that chips will be missing until 2024.

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Technology/InternetApple will remove apps from its App Store that have not been updated for a long time.Twitter’s board accepts Elon Musk’s offer to sell the company for more than $43 billion.Xiaomi unveils the Poco F4 GT, a gaming phone with magnetic triggers retractable and Snapdragon 8 Gen1 from 499 euros. The Motorola Edge 30 becomes official as one of the thinnest and lightest 5G phones in the world. Twitch would be studying changes in the partner program: more ads and less revenue sharing. Facebook Reality Labs lost $3 billion in the first quarter. Telefónica closes Tuenti and migrates its customers to O2. Intel expects the chip shortage to last “at least” until 2024.