Instagram debuts IGTV, Fortnite makes $100M on mobile
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[SOUND] Instagram has debuted IGTV, a standalone app for video creators on the platform.
The company says it will evolve video forward by offering upload lengths of up to an hour, and tools to make content as polished as can be.
For now, don't expect IGTV to be available to everyone.
It'll be used by business partners and high profile creators first..
The IWA's version of Fortnite, the free-to-play Fortnite that is, has already made over a $100 million in just the three months it's been live on the platform.
This number comes from market analysis firm, Sensor Tower Who says all of the revenue has been generated by in-game purchases.
And finally, Tesla has filed a lawsuit against Martin Tripp.
A former employee of the company is accusing of stealing data and making false statements to the media regarding Tesla's manufacturing operations.
This is directly related to the email Elon Musk sent employees over the weekend.
Which first warned of a possible saboteur.
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