It may have been missed, but the Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Alpha is happening for all PS4 owners this weekend. As of right now, you’re able to pre-load the Alpha before it starts this weekend (it’s about 21 GB).
WHEN DOES THE CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS COLD WAR ALPHA START?
The Call Of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Alpha will begin at 3:00am AEST on September 19th and run until September 21st. A beta will take place in the future as well, so this won’t be your last chance to play the game befor…
Big W Has Confirmed They Won’t Have Launch PS5/Xbox Series X Stock In Stores – Press Start Australia
It was definitely expected, but Big W has confirmed that they won’t have any walk-in stock for either the PS5 or Xbox Series X at launch. Big W along with Target…
It was definitely expected, but Big W has confirmed that they won’t have any walk-in stock for either the PS5 or Xbox Series X at launch. Big W along with Target are probably two of the retailers that could have possibility retained some stock for walk-in customers. but it’s not to be.
Spotted by a reader earlier today, Big W is now alerting customers in-store that due to “unexpected customer demand for pre-orders for PS5 and Xbox Series X, consoles will be unavailable for purchase in store on release…
Tapatalk has been pulled from the Google Play Store – Android Police
Tapatalk was an incredibly popular Android app in years past, as it provided an easy way to access thousands of web forums through a single application,
Tapatalk was an incredibly popular Android app in years past, as it provided an easy way to access thousands of web forums through a single application, in an era when many websites had limited mobile layouts. The app still maintains a loyal (albeit smaller) following to this day, though the Android version has now been removed by the Google Play Store.
Tapatalk seems to have disappeared from the Play Store sometime earlier this week, with users of the app starting to notice its absence on Thursday….
New Epic Games Court Filing Claims Apple Has No Claim to ‘Fruits of Its Labor’ – PCMag AU
Epic Games claims it did not ‘steal’ anything from Apple regarding its recent civil lawsuit, indicating that, as such, Apple has no claims to its proceeds.
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The saga between Epic Games and Apple continues, with a new court filing in which Epic Games levied its latest claim against the iPhone manufacturer.
Epic Games indicated that Apple “has no rights to the fruits of Epic’s labor” as part of its latest attempt to keep Apple from seeking damages against the Fortnite developer.
This is the latest move in the months-long battle between Epic Games and Apple after Epic introduced a new direct-payment system in Fortnite…
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