Fortnite fans can once again play on their iPhone free of charge, if they're willing to jump through a few hoops.
Facebook's hypocritical take on the App Store is sadly in character.
Two browser developers on Wednesday announced updates that can affect the functionality of Google's Accelerated Mobile Page (AMP) technology.
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