Xbox's next-gen console ahead, two Uber execs depart
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Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer made Microsoft's next-gen console official at the company's annual E3 press conference.
It's still going by it code name, Project Scarlett, but a developer video touted both accustomed AMD processor four times as powerful as the Xbox One.
And a holiday 2020 release window.
No word yet on pricing but there was a brief glimpse at one launch title in particular, Halo Infinite.
Uber announced two of it's top executive would be leaving the company after an uneven first month on the stock market.
CEO Dara Khosrowshahi recently expressed a desire to be more hands on with the company.
Which led to chief operating officer Barney Harford and chief marketing officer Rebecca Messina departing after their respective roles were eliminated.
Hollywood startup Quibi announced pricing and availability for its upcoming streaming service.
At the produced by conference in California Quibi cofounders Meg Whitman and Jeffrey Katzenberg revealed an April 6th, 2020 launch date, as well as two-tier pricing started at 4.99 a month.
Quibi will be designed exclusively for mobile platforms.
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