Facebook F8 Day 1
The first day of Facebook's F8 event is in the books, and it might be easier to list what the company didn't announce (like a smart speaker). Mark Zuckerberg revealed its new GDPR-ready Clear History feature, which makes it easier to find out what the company knows about your browsing habits, and if you choose, unlink that from your personal account. Other highlights included the Oculus Go launch, and Facebook's plan for a dating feature that peeks through groups and events you follow for likely candidates. How could that ever go wrong?
'Fortnite' update delivers destruction, new areas and meme emotes
In Fortnite v4.0, a comet struck, destroying certain areas of the game's familiar map as new additions, like a drive-in movie theater, help mix things up. Naturally, there are also new DC-inspired superhero skins and an Orange Justice emote, while the crossbow has been removed.
Sprint and T-Mobile: a coalition of also-rans
Pending regulatory approval, the two smallest national carriers are finally getting together. Cherlynn Low tells the tale of a union that's been years in the making.
Oculus Go review
Compared to other headsets, the Oculus Go isn't incredibly powerful, but it is cheap and easy to use, since it doesn't require a PC or drop-in phone to work. For a hair under $200, average customers can dive into VR with Netflix, games and more.
iam8bit and Capcom are re-releasing two 'Mega Man' classics on cartridge
Mega Man 2 and Mega Man X are coming back in playable cartridge form this September.
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