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Fortnite Chapter 2 competes with Call of Duty Mobile and the updated PUBG Mobile with some massive changes that take the Fortnite gaming experience to the next level.
Along with the Pixel 4 smartphone, Google gave a preview of new and upcoming products such as the Pixel Buds 2, Pixelbook Go, and many more.
It's both a bad idea and a bad investment to buy a PlayStation 4 this coming Black Friday, and here is why.
Amazon just recently launched the new multilingual mode for its smart voice assistant, Alexa - allowing her to understand a combination of languages instead of just one.
Currently, Apple is racing with time in creating its very own 5g network modem. The company recently announced that it is aiming to have the modem available for iPhones by 2022.
Apple Arcade contains an impressive list of games for people of different age groups, including kids who are as young as 4 years old.
A tiny walking spider robot, built by a British start-up space company, is set to be UK's first lunar rover in history.
James Dyson, the founder of Dyson Ltd, scrapped his dream of building an electric car after not being able to find a buyer for it.
Although there are still a few months to go before we enter the year 2020, there are already hints of some pretty impressive technological trends we can look forward to in the next year.
Grammarly receives around $90 million in funding to expand its services to other platforms for writing.
Google and Apple Inc. are currently facing criticism after removing certain apps that are correlated to ongoing Hong Kong protests from their respective download stores.
Epic Games, the company that developed Fortnite, is currently facing a class-action lawsuit that accuses the company of intentionally designing the game to be highly addictive.
Elon Musk and SpaceX are currently experiencing intense pressure from NASA over the years of delay on Crew Dragon initiative.
Although Windows 10 version 1909 is relatively small compared to previous updates of its kind, the good news is that it offers some of the most helpful functions and features Microsoft ever came up with.
The former Google self-driving project Waymo, now a commercially deployed company, is preparing to launch completely driverless cars in the coming months. In fact, the company has already announced it to customers of the app in Phoenix.