Google has taken one step closer to banishing third-party cookies from Chrome. The internet giant has started testing its trust tokens with developers, with promises that more would move to live tests “soon.” As before, the company hoped to phase out third-party cookies in Chrome once it could meet the needs of both users and advertisers.
Trust tokens are meant to foster user trust across sites without relying on persistent identifying data like third-party cookies. They theoretically prevent b…
Animal Crossing: New Horizons Is Now Japan’s Second Best-Selling Game Ever – Nintendo Life
The original Pokémon is still out in front
Since Nintendo released its latest financial results, we’ve been hearing a lot about Animal Crossing: New Horizons sales. It’s now sold over 22 million copies worldwide which means it has sold more copies than the entire Metroid franchise.
If this wasn’t already enough proof of just how big Nintendo’s life sim series has become over the years, Game Data Library has crunched some numbers – revealing the most recent entry is now the second best-selling video game ever within Japan.
The only game…
Mediatonic Would Love To Bring Fall Guys To Other Platforms Further Down The Line – Nintendo Life
The Switch might be part of this plan
One game the video game world has completely fallen in love with this week is the 60-player battle royale party title, Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout. It’s developed by the British developer Mediatonic (Murder By Numbers), published by Devolver Digital and is inspired by hilarious television game shows such as Takeshi’s Castle and Total Wipeout.
At the moment, it’s only available on Steam (PC) and PlayStation 4, so what are the chances of it coming to other platforms like the Nintendo Switch? In …
Help! We’ve watched everything on Netflix | News Review – The Times
As lockdown drags on, families across Britain are being hit by a sudden and alarming thought: what if we’ve finished Netflix?Figures published by Ofcom last week showed that, when lockdown was at its
As lockdown drags on, families across Britain are being hit by a sudden and alarming thought: what if weve finished Netflix?
Figures published by Ofcom last week showed that, when lockdown was at its height, people spent six hours and 25 minutes a day, on average, watching TV and online video content. Twelve million people signed up to a new streaming service.
So weve been watching a lot of telly. But can we really have wrung these streaming services dry?
Netflix UK has a seemingly unfinishab…
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