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Fortnite Update 3.5 Reduces Load Times Significantly on Consoles; Performs

Fortnite Update 3.5 Reduces Load Times Significantly on Consoles; Performs

Next week Epic Games will also be giving Fortnite players "a pack of Battle Stars to our Battle Royale players and Seasonal Gold to the Save the World players". This kind of outage suggests they found, or someone else found a vulnerability and the only mitigation option available was to take the game offline.


Android Phone Makers Caught Fibbing About Security Patches

Android Phone Makers Caught Fibbing About Security Patches

Nohl and Lell have dubbed it the "patch gap": a discrepancy between the patches available and what's actually been included. Most non-Google Android phone makers (except for Sony ) were once awful at keeping up with security patches.


This new ransomware seems to really want you to play PUBG

This new ransomware seems to really want you to play PUBG

Here's a list of those improvements, which includes things like all in-game clothing being removed from maps, adjusted Blue Zone speed and damage and new features in Miramar. The Erangel map will now show the first safe zone thirty seconds sooner, and the first safe zone on Miramar will be visible from the air. The Oasis can now be found in the north, and Alcantara village has been added to the northwest.


Service Launches to Offer Sports Fans Even More Games

Service Launches to Offer Sports Fans Even More Games

Make no mistake: ESPN + is not a Netflix-like version of ESPN , nor is it a proxy for the network's WatchESPN streaming app for traditional TV subscribers. It may not be the sports streaming service you've been waiting for. And then, there is a laundry list of many more sporting events which are not so popular amongst people, e.g.


Nunes Threatens To Impeach FBI's Wray and DOJ's Rosenstein Over Key Document

Nunes Threatens To Impeach FBI's Wray and DOJ's Rosenstein Over Key Document

The Justice Department also made 1,000 pages of classified materials available to the full House Intelligence Committee, which the department believes "substantially satisfied" Nunes' August 2017 subpoena. The agency provided the document, known as an Electronic Communication, or EC, after California Rep. Devin Nunes and South Carolina Rep. Trey Gowdy met with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.