Between r/Wallstreetbets and Twitter's trending page, there was a lot of talk about the stock market yesterday. But, not a lot of people actually know how the market works - so they took to the internet for answers.
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Another one bites the dust....maybe.
GameStop announced that 180 to 200 stores that are not performing up to par will be closing. Now, in the Capital Region, we’ve got a few locations. From Colonie Center to Troy to Rensselaer, there are a number of spots for the well-known gaming store here...
After Apple's iPad was released and how it was selling as well as changing things, other companies wanted in. So we started to see new tablets being developed. Samsung developed the Galaxy using the Android software, and HP gave us a WebOS tablet, which it then stopped selling soon after. But now we have another entry into the tablet market. GameStop.
An anonymous tipster has told of a Google job listing for a Product Manager for Games at the Mountain View, California search giant. The ad says it's a rare opportunity to grow a new business. Does this mean Google is planning on going big time with games?
Even casual gamers like me keep an eye on the gaming news simply because you never know when Duke Nukem Forever is going to FINALLY come out. But I also like to see when new and interesting online games, like my beloved Quake Live, hit the internet for all to play. Now it looks like game retailer Gamestop is going to jump into the online game market now.