You can 3D print your own gaming keyboard for $40, but you probably shouldn't

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You can 3D print your own gaming keyboard for $40, but you probably shouldn't

Aspiring engineer James Stanley recently created his own 3D printed mechanical keyboard from scratch. Although it’s not the first 3D-printed keyboard in the world, nor is it likely to secure a rank in the best mechanical keyboards of 2020, but I have to admit there’s some undeniable ingenuity to appreciate here. Three iterations and two months of hard work after the initial design, Stanley finally produced—wait for it—the Jesboard. 

Factorio finally leaves Early Access after 4 years

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Factorio finally leaves Early Access after 4 years

After four years of Early Access updates and more than eight years after its successful Indiegogo campaign, Factorio has finally hit 1.0. Before you start building your sprawling, resource-gobbling industrial complexes, take a look at the launch trailer above. 

This gaming PC with an RTX 2070 Super is on sale for $1,250

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This gaming PC with an RTX 2070 Super is on sale for $1,250

Building your own desktop is typically cheaper than buying a pre-built machine, but there's definitely a reason why consoles are so popular. Some people would rather buy something that works out of the box, and sales can also turn pre-built PCs into a better value. One desktop from ABS with an RTX 2070 Super graphics card is currently on sale for $1,249.99, a $250 discount from the original MSRP. It's also the cheapest PC on Newegg right now with that graphics card.

Epic's 'Nineteen Eighty-Fortnite' video attacks Apple with a parody of its famous ad

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Epic's 'Nineteen Eighty-Fortnite' video attacks Apple with a parody of its famous ad

Boy, that escalated quickly. The day began with a new system for purchasing Fortnite V-Bucks that bypasses Apple's payment system, which Apple quickly responded to by removing Fortnite from the App Store. This was all part of Epic's grand strategy, as it turns out, because almost immediately after that, it filed a lawsuit against Apple, seeking to break its "monopolistic practices" in the iOS market.

Epic Games sues Apple over 'monopolistic practices'

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Epic Games sues Apple over 'monopolistic practices'

It's been a big day for Epic Games: It started off with a new payment system in Fortnite that bypassed Apple (and its 30 percent fee), offering players a discount if they purchased directly. The system contravened Apple's App Store policies, and it responded quickly and aggressively by removing Fortnite from the App Store entirely. Epic apparently anticipated this, as very shortly after the removal of Fortnite it announced a new Fortnite Party Royale short, Nineteen Eighty-Fortnite, a play on the famed Apple's famous 1984 ad for the Macintosh.