When Nintendo set a launch date for its Switch Online service, there was an overriding question for many gamers: would you have to pay to play every game online, especially free-to-play hits like Fortnite? The answer is a resounding “yes.” The company has posted a Switch Online FAQ that mentions “some games,” including Fortnite, won’t require the subscription plan when it goes live on September 18th. There’s no mention of the criteria that will decide exceptions to the rule, although it wouldn’t be surprising if other free-to-play games, like Warframe, make the cut.
Kano is a name well known for its DIY coding kits. Now the company has come up with a new Harry Potter-themed coding kit which comes with a magic wand to help muggle kids learn to code. With the launch of this kit by October, the company will transform coding into something magical or at least very […]
Just like Elon Musk, the world richest man also has his own set of extraterrestrial dreams. Amazon CEO Jef Bezos spoke at the Space Development Conference in Los Angeles where he said that his company Blue Origin will work with NASA and European Space Agency to put humans on the moon, at least, start the […]
Earlier today, Google sent out invites for its annual hardware event scheduled for October 9 this year. Google is most likely to announce its upcoming flagship Google Pixel 3, which has been leaked inside out, in the event. The invitation was rather simple. An animated gif depicting “I <3 NY” and the date 9 October […]