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The media business is in tumult: from the production side to the distribution side, new technologies are upending the industry. Keeping up with these changes is time-consuming, as essential media coverage is scattered across numerous web sites at any given moment.
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James Vincent / The Verge:
Sources: Crypto.com has quietly let go of hundreds more employees since announcing it was laying off around 260 employees, or 5% of its workforce, in June
Meghan Bobrowsky / Wall Street Journal:
Sources: Evan Spiegel told staff that Snap is stopping future development of its Pixy flying selfie camera as part of a broader reprioritization of resources
Ian King / Bloomberg:
Sources: Qualcomm is planning a return to the server processors market and is seeking customers, including AWS, for a chip stemming from its purchase of Nuvia
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