Tech Report: Google cuts back on employee perks

Google is making cuts to some of its famous employee perks. The company is pausing refreshes for laptops, desktop pcs and monitors. Staplers and tape are no longer being provided to print stations companywide. On site yoga classes and massages are also being cut as many people are working from home.

Walmart’s ecommerce sites have a new look. It seeks to highlight a selection of goods and cut down on clutter. The goal is to entice shoppers with items they weren’t necessarily looking for, instead of offering a utilitarian framework for consumers who already know what they want.

The U.S. Justice Department filed an antitrust lawsuit against Activision Blizzard. The Justice Department alleges that the company imposed rules that limited competition for players in two of its video game franchises’ professional esports leagues. Activision Blizzard also faces allegations of suppressing wages for players in those leagues. Lawyers of the players say this prevented the gamers from making the money they were owed.

Dogecoin rose as much as 30 percent after Twitter users noticed a change to the website. Where the Twitter’s solid blue bird logo normally sits, some users noticed a cartoon Shiba Inu.

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