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Dean Takahashi / VentureBeat:
HTC launches its VR app store Viveport globally, says it will accept titles from other stores and platforms  —  HTC is launching the Viveport app store on a global basis for virtual reality fans.  —  HTC is the maker of the HTC Vive, the $800 VR headset that enables “room-scale” experiences.


Jon Brodkin / Ars Technica:
FCC delays a vote on its plan to open the TV set-top box market after objections by cable industry and disagreements on details among commissioners  —  You'll have to wait longer for free TV apps that replace rented set-top boxes.  —  The Federal Communications Commission has delayed a vote …


Taylor Soper / GeekWire:
Amazon Game Studios unveils first three games that feature deep Twitch integration  —  Amazon Game Studios, the gaming development arm of Amazon, today revealed its first titles that feature deep integration with Twitch, the live streaming company that Amazon acquired for $1 billion in 2014.

Andrew Dalton / Engadget:
Google opens Waze Rider pilot program to all San Francisco users; drivers and riders limited to two trips per day, with drivers making $0.54/mile  —  Waze Rider, the ride-sharing version of the popular Google-owned navigation app, is now open to the general public in the Bay Area.


Michael Mimoso / Threatpost:
Mozilla accuses Chinese certificate authority WoSign of back-dating SHA-1 certificates and other violations, proposes no longer trusting WoSign certificates  —  Mozilla has accused a Chinese Certificate Authority of back-dating SHA-1 certificates to get around restrictions barring deprecated certs …