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Yes, a lot of people are playing "Fortnite." So, so, so many people.
Ready to parse between the iPhone X, the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR? How about the iPhone 7, and the iPhone 8/8 Plus?
Another year, another new iPhone — except not this year! This year there are three new iPhones!
Apple just accidentally leaked the names of 3 new iPhones ahead of today’s announcement: The iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR
Apple has three new iPhone models coming this year, if Apple's website is to be believed.
Sony refuses to allow ‘Fortnite’ players on PS4 to play with other platforms: ‘Our way of thinking is always that PlayStation is the...
Despite "Fortnite" being the most popular game in the world, and despite the fact that it's playable across every other platform, Sony won't let PS4 "Fortnite" players play with competing game consoles.
"Fortnite" continues to be a really big deal. The latest example: A chain of fitness clubs in the UK now offers a "Fortnite" dance class for kids and teens.
The founder of Facebook’s Oculus reviewed the buzzy new alternate reality device, Magic Leap One, and it’s absolutely brutal
The first product from the Google-backed startup Magic Leap is "less of a functional developer kit and more of a flashy hype vehicle that almost nobody can actually use in a meaningful way," says Oculus founder and ousted Facebook exec Palmer Luckey.
‘Fortnite’ on Android had a critical security flaw that wouldn’t have happened if the game was released on Google Play
By skipping Google's Play Store, Epic Games introduced a critical security flaw to "Fortnite" on Android.
Google’s next major Pixel phone has already leaked in Russia, and we just got our best look at it so far
Google's next Pixel smartphone, the Pixel 3, is still more than a month away. That hasn't stopped at least one Russian tech blog from getting its hands on the device early.
Smartphone gamers spent more time playing ‘Candy Crush Saga’ and ‘Clash of Clans’ than ‘Fortnite’ this summer
Data shows mobile gamers played "Clash of Clans" and "Candy Crush Saga" for more hours than "Fortnite: Battle Royale," the most popular video game in the world right now. But that figure comes with a catch: It wasn't available for Android for most of the summer.