Fortnite's explosive ending, Pixel 4 rumors swirl ahead of launch
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Fortnite has gone offline, and is now unplayable after the game's end of season 10 event, ended with the entire game map being sucked into a black hole.
Fortnite developer Epic Games, have been teasing that sunday's event would be the end.
And the game delivered, with the entire game world and all it's players disappearing.
There's no word on what's next but Epic has taken Fortnite off twitch and deleted every tweet on its Twitter account except for one showing a strain of the Black Hole.
As Google gears up for its pixel four launch event on Tuesday, best by Canada posted a pre-order page for the device which appeared to confirm specs for the phones The page was only up briefly on Saturday but screenshots taken by nine to five Google show 5.7 inch and 6.3 inch devices featuring face unlock and dual rear cameras in a square configuration.
All will be revealed at the pixel four event on Tuesday, you can tune in on c/net.com.
And finally, Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has revealed she ran a deliberately false ad on Facebook to protest the social networks policy of not fact checking politicians posts.
The ad claims that Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook had endorsed Donald Trump for reelection.
While it immediately corrects itself, the ad says Zuckerberg has given Trump free rein to lie on the platform.
Neither Facebook nor the White House immediately responded to our request for comment.
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