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Alphabet May Write Bid for Indian Premier League

Google parent Alphabet has purchased documents to bid on Indian Premier League rights. The rights could top $7 billion from 2023 to 2027.

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Indian Premier League Media Rights Auction Could Hit $7B

The Indian Premier League is set to launch a bidding war for its media rights. The price could reach $7 billion.

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Alphabet Notches $75.3B Quarter, Eyes Fitness Play

Alphabet brought in $75.3 billion in fourth quarter 2021 revenue. The company could soon integrate fitness wearables with Google TV.

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Samsung Posts Record Q4 Driven By Chip Demand For Gaming

Samsung posted record fourth-quarter revenue driven by a demand for its computing chips, which help power much of the video game industry.

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Peloton Plunges in Google Search Trends

Peloton showed a 30% year-over-year drop in Google searches in the fourth quarter. Search volume has often correlated with sales.

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Google, Disney Continue Negotiations for YouTube TV Deal

YouTube notified users that it could lose ESPN, ABC, FX, and other Disney channels as Google continues negotiations with Disney.

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Roku, YouTube TV Resolve Impasse Before Deadline

Roku and YouTube TV reached a multiyear agreement that will keep YouTube TV on Roku’s platform. The two sides had been at an impasse.

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Epic CEO: Metaverse Could Be ‘Multi-Trillion’ Industry

Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney said that the multiverse could eventually grow to be a multi-trillion-dollar industry.

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Epic Games CEO Calls for Single, All-Platform App Store

Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney wants games and consumer apps to be available on a unified platform. He is working with developers to create one.

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WNBA Star Alana Beard Leads Effort For Oakland Team

A WNBA expansion team could be coming to Oakland through an investor group led by retired player Alana Beard.

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