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Independent examiner: Celsius misled investors and sometimes used new customer funds to pay for withdrawals, CEO Alex Mashinsky made false claims, and more
Takashi Mochizuki / Bloomberg:
Sources: Sony halves its Q1 PlayStation VR2 shipment forecast to around 1M units after disappointing early preorders; the headset launches on February 22
Apple HomePod (second-gen) review: great sound quality, useful sensors, speedy Siri, and deep Apple integration, but pricey and best experience needs two units
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