Intel to buy Mobileye, Yahoo CEO out after Verizon deal
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Autonomus vehicle tech company, MobilEye, is being purchased by mega chip maker Intel for a cool 15.3 billion dollars.
The Israeli based company has worked with all the big players in the auto business, but is looking to develop a self-driving product that is more scalable, meaning any car could essentially adopt it.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer will vacate her current role once the company sale to Verizon is complete.
Taking over will be Thomas McInerney who is currently serving on Yahoo's board of directors.
Mayer, on the other hand, will receive a $23 million severance package on her way out.
Finally, Sony's game streaming service now is about to get a surprising update.
By adding PS4 games to the library.
As of now, details are a little light.
Like which games will be offered.
Current subscribers will get an early taste first.
PSN goes for $20 a month and lets users stream and play legacy titles on a PC or PlayStation 4.
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