China is asking video game developers to resubmit their video games to regulators with stricter criteria for content and child protection, Bloomberg reported. The policy change is likely to slow down game approvals in the world’s largest videogame market and impact Chinese videogame giants such as Tencent and Netease. China requires all videogames to be cleared by regulators before they can be...
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A new job listing for a role in Apple’s AR/VR division suggests that Apple wants to rethink or potentially streamline the way that apps are made for its future headworn devices. It could also suggest that Apple is exploring a move beyond the App Store model that has brought it both success and waves of criticism on mobile.The listing in question, which went live on Monday, is for an AR/VR...
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