CLOSE Fortnite may be a free video game, but it's already earned $1 billion this year, as well as a cult following. USA TODAYThe sixth season of the massive video game hit "Fortnite" has finally arrived.Just in time for the Halloween season, publisher...
 (Photo: Epic Games)Epic Games said it's looking into technical issues on its hit game "Fortnite" after launching Season 6 on Thursday.According to a pair of posts on Twitter, Epic said it is investigating issues on the Xbox One, where there have been reports from users the game is crashing...
TiVo, the company that popularized the DVR starting back in 1999, has a new unit aimed at cord-cutters who watch TV with an antenna. But unlike Amazon's new, lower priced Recast DVR, the Bolt OTA DVR still charges a monthly fee for service. The fee for the $249.99 box is $6.99 monthly or...
Google was started by two Stanford University students working out of a garage. Now, the tech giant worth billions is celebrating its 20th birthday.(Photo: Google)Two decades ago, people were renting VHS tapes, rocking MP3 players and a little business called Google was founded by two Stanford University students. Fast forward...
Kim Komando, Special for USA TODAY Published 6:00 a.m. ET Sept. 27, 2018 AutoplayShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext SlideGoogle caters to your every whim, but you also hand Google an enormous amount...
Paul Ausick, 24/7 Wall Street Published 6:00 a.m. ET Sept. 27, 2018 CLOSE Dunkin' Donuts is dropping donut from their name. Keri Lumm reports. Buzz60FILE-...
A new study suggest Climate Change is making plants in the arctic grow taller. Veuer's Sam Berman has the full story.        
CLOSE During SpaceX's BFR / BFS lunar event, Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa discusses why he wants to take six to eight artists with him to the moon. SpaceX, Florida TodayThe newest designs for SpaceX's Big Falcon Rocket and Big Falcon Spaceship, which were...
Scientists found a fossils of a sea creature that looked like an ice cream cone! It was dug up in China from rocks that date it as being an 518 million years old.        
Desire for extreme photos for social media leading to more rescuesSocial media seems to make some people do extreme stunts to get hundreds of likes and followers. These stunts are certainly keeping Southern California officials busy. Veuer's Mercer Morrison has the story.