Boston, MA 10/14/2014 (wallstreetpr) – Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE:DLB) announced on 13th October that it is collaborating with Collective Digital Studio and Rocket Jump Studios to produce and develop the third sequel of the popular Video Game High School title. The firm in a press note indicated that it is very excited on behalf of its viewers. It also underscored its keenness to produce action packed sequences in what is being positioned as the final episode of the much watched and followed title. Video Game High School was originally designed and filmed by Freddie Wong and Matt Arnold. Its fame to claim is the fact that it was a result of a pioneering effort to produce content which was customized to meet the unique needs of the digital era on the internet. The title quickly garnered huge viewership to the extent of nearly 84 million views/hits globally during the first two episodes.
U.S home builder KB Home (NYSE:KBH) announced on 13th October that it has throw open to customers and buyers, its recently launched community project located in Windfield community in Converse, Texas. The project will allow aspiring home owners to take a pick of the more than one dozen house plans. These range from one story to two story floors and will give its owners/residents the enviable opportunity to stay in a residential set up which has easy and multiple accesses to the major “highways and employment corridors” in the region.
Cree, Inc. (NASDAQ:CREE) announced on 13th October that it has launched a enhanced version of its flag ship “silicon carbide (SiC) 1.2 kV six-pack power module.” The platform is an upgraded version of its proprietary “C2M™ SiC MOSFET and Z-Rec® SiC Schottky diode technology.” The solution is designed to allow designers to over look designing constraints related to power density and associated efficiency factors.