Silicon Beach Report June 11: GameMine acquires 1,200 titles

Square Enix announces “Avengers,” “Final Fantasy” titles; Snapchat filters have unexpected use; GameMine expands gaming library

Silicon Beach Report June 10: Pluto TV Pushes into Latino Markets

Quibi unveils pricing details; SpaceX to launch JPL’s atomic clock; Pluto TV launches Latino programming

Silicon Beach Report June 7: SpaceX Preps For $1 Billion Satellite Launch

Former executive taking new venture public; Zynga links with Snap; SpaceX launching satellites worth $1 billion for Canada

Silicon Beach Report June 6: Google Funds Backstage Accelerator

Bird considers acquiring Scoot; Needham joins Riot Games; Backstage Accelerator supported by Google

Virgin Orbit Partners With Japan's ANA Holdings

Long Beach-based small satellite launch company Virgin Orbit announced June 6 that it will partner with Japanese firm ANA Holdings to bring Virgin’s LauncherOne rocket launch system to Japan.

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Silicon Beach Report June 5: Atom Tickets COO Joins EZTexting Board

SpaceX retrieves space station supercomputer, Netflix subscription numbers tallied; EZTexting appoints new board member

Video Game Companies Waver on E3

The Entertainment Software Association has called its annual E3 conference, taking place this week at the Los Angeles Convention Center, “the world’s premier event for computer and video games.” But not all game companies see it that way.

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Silicon Beach Report June 4: Crackle Venture Selects Leadership Team

Sony, CSS Entertainment executives to lead Crackle Plus; Bird branches out; Tencent to distribute Activison’s “Call of Duty” mobile game

AirMap Names Former FCC Chairman to Board

Santa Monica-based software developer AirMap Inc. appointed former Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler to its board June 3.

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Silicon Beach Report June 3: Oceanic Mapping Firm Wins XPrize for Robotic Boat

Goncalves to lead WarnerMedia streaming development; SpaceX plans for Mars; Xprize awards oceanic mapping firm $7 million prize

Silicon Beach Report May 31: Snap Sells Location Data Business to Foursquare

Foursquare purchases Placed from Snap; Pluto TV carves out LA footprint; Netflix raises U.K. subscription prices

Killer Thirst? Try Liquid Death

Science Inc.-backed water-in-a-can startup raises $1.6 million

Water company Liquid Death raises $1.6M.

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Feather Plans to Land in LA

Furniture rental service sets expansion after $12M raise

High residential turnover brings Feather to L.A.

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Upfront-Backed Software Comes Out of Stealth

Collaborative design program is browser-based

Projector launches presentation software.

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Scooter Wars

More than half a dozen companies are off and rolling in LA’s micro-mobility market

Scooting into L.A.

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