Fortnite is gone, RTX is coming to classic games, you can now answer a call on your PC (if you dare), and you cannot answer calls on iOS 13.
This week in Light Start, we've got yet more Star Wars branded kit, a series from Tinder, Bose Sleepbuds go bye-bye and Red Dead Redemption hits PCs soon.
This week in Light Start, Facebook plans to hide likes, SpaceX has a new spacecraft, the Galaxy Fold still has problems and WhatsApp will stop working on these devices.
Light Start - Sideloading Google into the Mate 30 Pro, China's underwhelming response to the iPhone 11, Cool Ideas is DDoSed, and Pinkman is back.
This week in light start: The new iPhones have a secret, Iron Man may return to the MCU in Phase 4, iOS 13 has a security bug and the plug pulled on i3.
This week in light start - Apple Music is now on the web, it's the PS cross button, BMW recalls some EVs and Marvels Phase 4 looks dope.
This week in light start: September is gearing up to be an absolute monstrous month for phone releases. This month we'll see new iPhones, Huaweis, Folds and OSes.
This week in Light Start, we all decide to start playing Dota, because reasons. Netflix is planning some interesting clickbait for everyone, we can finally sign up to Minecraft Earth on Android, and Apple\s AirPods 3 planned for 2020.
This week on the lightest start you'll get all week -- iPhone launches some niftly smartphone camera lenses, He-Man will be back, Elon still wants to nuke Mars, and we need this new Dualshock 4 colour.
In this week's Light Start, the Channel is crossed, AI takes on knitting, we indulge in some Console Wars (later), and check out some Little Monsters.
In this week's Light Start, we've got Doom on Switch (with issues), a spaceship scooping up rocks, Sony's AC, and Zombieland 2 -- at long last.