Epic Games’ ultra-popular free-to-play battle royale phenomenon, Fortnite, is coming to mobile devices soon. The mobile version of the 100-player brawler will be released on iOS first but an Android version will follow suit promptly after that.
From the ashes a hero rises… *toot*
Most Photoshop battles start with an image which, while entertaining, is largely rooted in reality.
This is not one of those Photoshop battles. The image seems to originate from this Instagram post.
A post shared by Крис ☭ (@gravebythelake) on Feb 27, 2018 at 2:13pm PST
Soon enough it landed on Reddit. People took the Dark Souls theme pretty seriously.
This little pupper met a husky for the first time, and was not happy.
As always, Redditors flexed their best Photoshop skills for the occasion.
At the end of last month, Verizon said that it would start bringing 5G into the home with its residential 5G broadband coming to five markets in the second half of next year. Big Red will be using millimeter-wave technology, which has a number of issues. The signals require a clear line-of-sight, and do not penetrate buildings that well. Verizon VP of network support Mike Haberman says that Verizon is using beam-forming technology to workaround those limitations, and the carrier was able to achieve a gigabit link even at distance of 2,000 feet.
T-Mobile, on the other hand, has been focusing …
As expected, Qualcomm this morning said no to the largest tech takeover bid in history. Fellow chipmaker Broadcom had offered $60 in cash and $10 in stock for each Qualcomm share, a transaction valued at $105 billion. Qualcomm told stockholders to reject the tender offer, stating that it amounts to Broadcom trying to buy it on the cheap. Despite the rejection, there are still ways that Broadcom can execute an end around past its target’s board.
Broadcom is said to be considering a proxy contest, asking Qualcomm stockholders to vote on replacing the latter’s current board with a slate of …
There is no other love like the love between this fan and George Clooney—a love so strong that it elicited a Photoshop battle on Reddit.
The original image was uploaded to Reddit by sipping_mai_tais, and immediately sparked some impressive Photoshop skills. In the image, a woman is caressing Clooney’s face, as one naturally does when presented the opportunity. Clooney on the other hand seems to be staring at her soul. Despite the throng of people, it’s just two of them and pretty damn pure connection by the looks of it.
Despite being nowhere near the top-tier class of phones, a few handsets still stirred emotion and drama this year, as they were flying towards the store shelves and the anxious hands of reviewers. Those are Motorola’s budget G and E series phones, and Nokia’s new offerings.
Why drama? Well, Moto is in the hands of a new owner — Lenovo — and the Nokia brand is now controlled by a new entity, known as HMD Global. Everyone was curious to see what the new owners of both brands would do with their budget phones. And, we would say, they didn’t do half bad! In fact, it doesn’t seem like a lot has …
Spoilers follow for Game of Thrones Season 7, episode four. So don’t act like you haven’t been warned, dummy.
HOOOOooooooooo boy. That last scene.
Well, well, well. Instead of sending her dragons to burn King’s Landing to the ground and ruling a pile of ash, Dany decided to bring one dragon to burn down all of King’s Landing’s food. Makes sense.
Victorious Lannister troops, fresh off their win at Highgarden, were truckin’ along back home with all the food to feed their massive army and the city at large. And wouldn’t you know it? A Dothraki horde just so happens to be heading that way, too. Oh and Khaleesi riding a dragon was there as well. You know. Death. Read more…
Are you still shaking? I’m still shaking.
Episode 4 finally brought Daenerys Targaryen to mainland Westeros — a monumental power play that’s been six seasons in the making.
Dany’s grand entrance is huge for a number of reasons, not least of which is that our many-titled Khaleesi desperately needed a decisive victory over the Lannisters after losing Dorne, the Iron Islands and The Reach in the last two episodes.
The way Dany arrived was a showstopper, to be sure, but the fact that she arrived at all is pretty incredible — as Robert Baratheon predicted way back in Season 1, Dany’s invasion marks the first time that the Dothraki have ever crossed the Narrow Sea, and even without her scaly children, that’s a big effing deal for Westeros, since its inhabitants have spent centuries resting safe in the knowledge that the Dothraki are no threat to them. We were only five episodes into Season 1 when Cersei outright dismissed Robert’s concerns about Dany with the arrogant assertion that “The Dothraki don’t sail… Read more…