Microsoft bailing on Edge, Epic Games to launch a digital game store
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Microsoft is reportedly giving up the core technology in it's Edge browser for Windows 10 and will instead rely on Google's software.
A new broswer codenamed Annahiem will use software from Chromium, Google's opensource program, on which chrome is based.
Chrome still reigns supreme in the browser market with 62% of the share.
Epic games is directly taking on Steem with a digital game store of it's own.
Instead of the industry standard 70%, Epic says developers will be able to hold on to 88% of the games profits.
Of course the momentum behind Epic's initiative.
is the success of Fortnite, which could have an easier time attracting it's faithful audience to use their store.
Finally, Netflix has tied up the exclusive rights to stream Friends in 2019.
The $100 million deal was a response in part to the social media outcry over the series exiting of the streaming service Which was supposed to end on January 1st.
Look for Friends to move over to Warner Media Service though when it launches later next year.
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