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Nintendo says it'll sell 20M Switch consoles in the next year – CNET April 26, 2018

The Japanese gaming giant is selling a whole lot of Switch consoles — just under 18 million, in fact — and expects to sell even more over the coming year. Source: CNet

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MSI Net moves to new headquarters

MSI Net Inc. and mCloudServ, one of the leading technology service firms in Brooklyn, is expanding its mission after recently moving its headquarters in Bay Ridge.Founder and President John Abi-Habib announced that the company, which operated out of 415-417 86th St. for nearly 20 years, has moved to 7333 Sixth Ave. The one-story building is located on the corner of Sixth Avenue and 74th Street.

MSI Net, Inc. Moves

MSI Net, Inc.
7333 6th Ave., Brooklyn NY 11209
(718) 921-6136

 

After 18+ years at our 86th street location, MSI Net, Inc. has moved to our NEW office at 7333 6th Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11209. We have expanded to serve you better.

A Very Happy and Healthy New Year to all and a Prosperous 2018.

Nintendo says it'll sell 20M Switch consoles in the next year – CNET

The Japanese gaming giant is selling a whole lot of Switch consoles — just under 18 million, in fact — and expects to sell even more over the coming year.
Source: CNet

Watching cells move through a body in HD – CNET

It’s pretty hard to imagine your body as a collection of cells. Even harder to imagine those cells moving. Now you don’t have to!
Source: CNet

Google Doodle honors 'Flying Housewife' Fanny Blankers-Koen – CNET

She won four gold medals at the 1948 Olympics, the best performance of any athlete at that year’s Games.
Source: CNet

Twitter echo chambers are very real, claims university study – CNET

A study of 2.7 billion tweets found that echo chambers do exist on Twitter, and you’re more likely to be retweeted if you pick a side!
Source: CNet

Samsung makes a lot of money from chips, but phones may struggle – CNET

Despite reporting record profits, Samsung says it’s seeing the effects of a “sluggish” smartphone market. Which could mean more promotions for the Galaxy S9.
Source: CNet

Facebook: We take 'false news' in your timeline seriously – CNET

Google, LinkedIn, AirBNB and Microsoft join Facebook at a conference on abuse of online services in explaining how they use algorithms to fight fraud.
Source: CNet

China turns to tech to monitor, shame and rate citizens – CNET

The government is using surveillance cameras, facial recognition and smart glasses to score people on social behavior, which can lead to punishment.
Source: CNet

Sprint pitchman laments life in corporate America – CNET

Commentary: Paul Marcarelli, best known as Verizon’s “Can You Hear Me Now?” pitchman, says American companies make employees feel dispensable.
Source: CNet

Ahead of Avengers: Infinity War, we examine Iron Man at 10 – CNET

Ten years ago, the first Iron Man film opened with an un-ironic MySpace reference. Oh, how times have changed.
Source: CNet

Sonos said to 'confidentially' file for IPO – CNET

The maker of wireless speakers could have a market value of $3 billion after going public, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Source: CNet

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