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Why Are Rappers, YouTubers, and TV Stars Suing Epic Games Over Fortnite’s Dance Moves?
A storm is coming for Fortnite. No, not the blue wave that keeps forcing you forward—a legal storm. Earlier this month, a trio of creators sued Fortnite ’s publisher, Epic Games, over its use of the dance moves they created, which gamers can perform (and purc…
Why Does My Fiancé See Ads for Things I've Shopped For?
In this week’s tech-advice column at Lifehacker, I’m tackling the internet’s greatest annoyance. Not screaming YouTube influencers or people who are better than you at Fortnite —I’m talking about targeted ads. Read more...
Epic Games receives an “F” from the Better Business Bureau
The Fortnite community may be polite, but that doesn’t mean they’re getting the customer service they deserve. The Better Business Bureau gave Fortnite maker Epic Games an “F”, the lowest possible grade. The Better Business Bureau, which is not a government a…
A 'Fortnite' security flaw could have exposed players' accounts
Fortnite fans who are able to log in and play without any issues (other than being eliminated before so much as building a ramp) might thank their lucky stars Epic Games has resolved a security issue. Check Point security researchers found vulnerabilities on …
Epic Games, the creator of Fortnite, banked a $3 billion profit in 2018
Epic Games had as good a year in 2018 as any company in tech. Fortnite became the world’s most popular game, growing the company’s valuation to $15 billion but it has helped the company pile up cash, too. Epic grossed a $3 billion profit for this year fuelled…
Why a bunch of people are suing Epic Games over Fortnite’s dance moves
A growing cluster of actors, musicians and viral internet stars have Fortnite in their crosshairs. The smash hit third-person shooter is free to play but generates mountains of revenue through in-game microtransactions. Those purchased lure avid Fortnite play…
Epic challenges Steam with its own PC game store
Fortnite developer Epic Games is building a competitor to Valve’s Steam, with a new digital game store that looks to disrupt the PC gaming space.
10 'Fortnite' moments that show its incredible 2018
It's fair to say that Fortnite, and Fortnite Battle Royale specifically, is the biggest video game on the planet right now. That's an especially amazing feat when you remember that Fortnite was originally conceived as a cooperative online game of building def…
'Fortnite' vulnerability put millions of accounts at risk
It turns out that for the millions of people playing Fortnite, there was more than just a Victory Royale at stake. On Jan. 16, internet security firm Check Point Research disclosed a vulnerability in the popular online video game that could have allowed malic…
Fortnite bugs put accounts at risk of takeover
With one click, any semi-skilled hacker could have silently taken over a Fortnite account, according to a cybersecurity firm who says the bug is now fixed. Researchers at Check Point say the three vulnerabilities chained together could have affected any of it…
Epic sheathes Infinity Blade after Fortnite fan backlash
Epic, the maker of the insanely popular, cross-platform first-person shooter online game Fortnite, has ‘fessed up to a gameplay misstep when it dropped a super powerful new weapon into the battle royale arena earlier this month — triggering a major fan backla…
He makes $500,000 per month playing video games
If you've heard of Fortnite, you've probably heard of Ninja -- the gaming world's biggest star.
Alfonso Ribiero sues Epic for using the Carlton dance in 'Fortnite'
It's no secret that Epic has patterned many of Fortnite 's dance emotes on real-world moves, but that's increasingly landing the game studio in hot water. Mere weeks after rapper 2 Milly sued Epic for allegedly duping the Milly Rock, Alfonso Ribiero has filed…
Ninja Would Like to Get Some More Sleep
Tyler Blevins, the multimillionaire face of Fortnite, is aiming for LeBron James-level of fame. He probably lost 300 subscribers while talking to us.
Celebrities suing 'Fortnite' over dance moves
Actor Alfonso Ribeiro and other celebrities are filing lawsuits against the company behind the popular video "Fortnite", claiming the video game developers are using their signature dance moves without permission.
'Fresh Prince' star Alfonso Ribeiro sues Fortnite over the Carlton dance
Ribeiro made a name for himself with his moves, which were then apparently copied by a video game. Now, the actor is suing. Read more... More about Mashable Video, Lawsuit, Fortnite, Fresh Prince, and Entertainment
See how long you survive in Monopoly: Fortnite Edition for its lowest price
Fans of Fortnite have to check out this recently-released edition of the classic Monopoly board game. Amazon has the Fortnite edition of Monopoly on sale right now for $12.64. Today's discount brings the game to the lowest price we've seen it to date. It has …
'Fresh Prince' star Alfonso Ribeiro sues Epic Games' 'Fortnite' over alleged use of Carlton Dance - Fox News
'Fresh Prince' star Alfonso Ribeiro sues Epic Games' 'Fortnite' over alleged use of Carlton Dance Fox News 'Fresh Prince' star Alfonso Ribeiro sues Fortnite over use of dance his character Carlton popularized CNN ‘Fresh Prince’ Star Alfonso Ribeiro Says Fortn…
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