Tokyo Game Show 2020 to go digital because of coronavirus

The coronavirus has caused the delay of many games or the cancellation of some of the most important events, which has led in some cases to opt for a digital format, which is exactly what will happen with the Tokyo Game Show 2020.

Dividers, protective screens and maximum hygiene: this is how offices are...

In a short time, this infamous coronavirus has forced us to turn our lives around. Because of it we have had to lock ourselves up at home to telework and maintain social distance with colleagues, friends and even family. Almost two months later, it seems that we are beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel, but there is still a long way to go before we can return to normal. To begin with, in order to recover the activity in person, workplaces have to adapt and companies specializing in office furniture are trying to offer solutions.

Apple’s services set a new revenue record and help weather the...

Apple has presented the second quarter of fiscal year 2020 financial results to prove that it is a company resistant to the new coronavirus pandemic, and it is not thanks to the iPhone. For the first three months of the year, the company posted revenue of $58.313 billion, up 1 percent from the same period last year, while quarterly profit was $11.249 billion, down 3 percent year-over-year.

Argentina heads for the worst crisis in its history

Argentina, which considers itself to be in virtual default, presented a proposal to its private creditors in the middle of the month for a debt restructuring with a strong reduction in the interest on the bonds and in the amount of capital owed.

Oil collapse suffocates Venezuela

In Venezuela, all oil drilling has stopped, while world market prices for crude oil have collapsed. When OPEC decided to cut production several weeks ago, it had excluded the South American country because it is not even able to meet its daily quota as it is producing less than 700,000 barrels per day (five years ago it was extracting almost three million). "It is the first time in 100 years that there is not a single drill working in the country, which was the world's leading oil exporter (1925-1970) and today has the largest (crude) reserves," says economist Orlando Ochoa.

Animal Crossing New Horizons breaks Black Ops 4 record with best...

That Animal Crossing: New Horizons sells very well is nothing new. It was the best-selling game in the United States in March, and it...

The U.S. Senate approves another $480 billion to address the crisis

New shock of millions against the devastating economic effects of the coronavirus in the United States The Senate has just approved a new $480...

Netflix adds 15.8 million subscribers during the last quarter, more than...

Netflix presented the first quarter 2020 financial results to its shareholders, who received the numbers from home with a smile. The company, one of...

The Texas barrel is trading negative for the first time in...

The price of Texas Intermediate Oil (WTI) has gone into free fall less than two hours after the market closed and has sunk below...

U.S. exceeds 40,000 deaths from coronavirus amid pressure to start reopening...

The U.S. reached 40,461 deaths from coronavirus this Sunday as states like Texas prepare to implement the first measures to allow them to move...

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