The Verge

Shadow seeks to disrupt cloud gaming by dropping their pricing to compete with current contenders, Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce Now. Whether or not gaming on the cloud is the future is yet to be decided, but with the rise of SaaS applications, it could very well be here to stay.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY


The Verge

You almost had me, Verge. After a decent article about cloud gaming, you drop some minor sales on me like they’re real news. Good one.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY


CNBC

Hopefully the app isn’t actually named “Seymour”, but this does put Apple in a strong position with the health SaaS scene. Apple has already been trying hard to promote health to it’s users, so this could be a good thing.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY


Kotaku

We previously talked about Nintendo working with Levi’s on a secret project, but now it looks like they are also working with LEGO. The Mario hype is real.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY


USA Today

More and more people are working from home, so here are some tips on how to be ready for the transition. It’s good info, but is it really news? Not quite. Sorry, USA Today!

Verdict: NOT WORTHY


BleepingComputer

Not a bad feature to add, honestly. Now you don’t need to ask your best friend to delete your search history if you die in a skiing accident.

All jokes aside, this should provide minor relief to companies and anybody that works in a setting where devices need to be shared.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY


Ars Technica

Cool car, but the article is more of a review and spec regurgitation than news. Some good photos, though!

Verdict: NOT WORTHY


PhoneArena

TL;DR: Google seems to be looking to add 4K 60fps recording based on the line “camcorder.4k60fps” found in the app code for the latest Google Camera apk. Nothing is confirmed yet, though.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY, CLICKBAIT, TL;DR, FLUFF


GameSpot

Looks like GameSpot is late to the party this time, since we reported that E3 was canceled yesterday.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY, OLD NEWS


GamesRadar

Not news, but it’s good to see that the new Call of Duty mode is doing well.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY


Fox News

If you were hoping to learn more about the new iPhone 9 at the end of this month, you may be in for a disappointment. The event has been canceled, with no word whether or not it will be rescheduled.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY


TechRadar

New spin on old news. It’s worth noting that TechRadar does give us more information and expands on the original E3 cancellation announcement.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY (Barely)


Variety

Disneyland will be closing their California theme park from March 14th through the end of the month. Title says it all, but this is still a shock.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY


Engadget

Rumors based off of rumors from another source. Nuff said.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY, FLUFF, RUMOR MILL


The Verge

Discord is jumping on the bandwagon that Microsoft started, and is expanding their free limits to help people during the coronavirus outbreak. Good on them.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY (But only barely)


TechSpot

Blue Origin is making huge strides on both their New Glenn rocket as well as their mission control facility. TechSpot is here with an update on how things are going, as well as additional information. It will be exciting to see how this develops.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY


9to5Mac

It’s actually more surprising that people would even want to try AirPods on at all considering everything that’s going on right now.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY, GROSS


Engadget

TAG Heuer is taking a step away from the stereotypical smart watch look and opting for a more sophisticated look, which is perfect for all you C level executives out there. The watch has a hefty price tag at $1800.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY


Slate

A good read, although it is an opinion editorial. Interesting to see how dependent we’ve become on these services.

Verdict: NOT WORTHY


The Verge

Twitter has made it official. They have instructed all employees to work from home until further notice.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY


Business Insider

Finally, with every emergency, there will always be bad actors out to take advantage of other people’s suffering. Some hackers are putting out fake coronavirus maps in order to infect people with malware. Business Insider has a list of websites to avoid, but one should always exercise caution online as a rule of thumb.

Verdict: NEWSWORTHY