Microsoft and US Army announce deal, NBC Universal may pull content from competitors
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Microsoft and the US Army have announced that augmented reality headsets based on the Hollow Lens 2 will enter production.
The contract could be as large as $21.88 billion over 10 years.
According to Microsoft, the headsets will deliver a platform that will keep soldiers safer and provide enhanced situational awareness.
Microsoft and the US Army have been working together on this design for the past two years.
NBC Universal is considering pulling its content from HBO, Max and Netflix.
To bolster its peacock streaming service, according to new reports from Bloomberg.
Right now the rights to Universal Pictures are owned by HBO max.
Meanwhile, films from illumination, entertainment, and up on Netflix.
Those deals will end in 2022.
But the report says NBC Universal is yet to make a final decision.
In a blog post Amazon says that the company will bring people back to us offices through the summer with most back by early fall.
The post says quote, our plan is to return to an office centered culture as our baseline.
We believe it enables us to invent, collaborate and learn together most effectively.
Amazon also says that it will have more country specific plans in the next few months.
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