ZeniMax awarded $500M, AT&T launching 5G in two cities
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Half a billion dollars has awarded to Zenimax studios.
After a Dallas jury found that Palmer Luckey and Oculus broken none disclosure agreement.
The $500 million will be paid out the number of parties above the case.
But it appears Zenimax was not able to convincingly prove that Oculus in fact stole trade secrets during the Rift's development.
AT&T is preparing Austin, Texas and Indianapolis for 5G wireless technology.
This could mean speeds as high as 400 Mbit/s, which is roughly 400 times quicker than standard wireless data speed.
However, true 5G, whenever it does actually roll out, is theoretically capable of one gigabit per second.
Finally, the information is reporting that Snap is working on a new lens for Snapchat that could potentially overlay images over real-world objects like billboards.
The company clearly sees the potential for revenue on this endeavor.
Spent millions of dollars on improving the AR technology inside the Snapchat app.
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