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Creator of Wordle Ripoff App Apologizes After Apple Removes His Clone: ‘I F—ed Up’

The developer who created an iOS clone of Wordle — the word-puzzle game that’s gone viral in the last two weeks — issued a mea culpa (sort of) after getting dragged online...

TikTok’s Highest-Earning Stars: Charli and Dixie D’Amelio Raked in $27.5 Million in 2021

It clearly pays to be the sister of the world’s biggest TikTok star. Charli D’Amelio, who has the most-followed account on the short-form video app, earned a cool $17.5 million in 2021,...

Peacock Will Stream All of NBCU’s 2022 Winter Olympics Coverage

NBCUniversal will pack every single second of its coverage from the 2022 Winter Olympics into Peacock’s premium tier, as it looks to use the Beijing games as a new streaming signup lure....

Marjorie Taylor Greene Permanently Banned by Twitter

Twitter permanently suspended the personal account of far-right politician Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) for repeated violations of the social network’s policy prohibiting COVID misinformation. Greene’s @mtgreenee account on Twitter has been...

CES 2022 Still on for Las Vegas, Amid Wave of New Cancellations Over COVID Concerns

With less than a week before it’s set to kick off, the 2022 CES trade show remains set to take place in person in Las Vegas — even as more companies continue...

Disney Hires Spotify’s Horacio Gutierrez as General Counsel and Secretary

Disney named Horacio Gutierrez, most recently Spotify’s top lawyer, as senior executive VP, general counsel and secretary. Gutierrez’s appointment is effective Feb. 1, 2022. He reports directly to CEO Bob Chapek. Gutierrez...

CES 2022: T-Mobile, Amazon, iHeartRadio and Others Cancel Plans Over COVID Surge

The Consumer Technology Association is still proceeding with plans to host CES 2022 in Las Vegas next month. But a sharp rise in COVID cases due to the Omicron variant of the...

OnlyFans Founder Resigns, Company Names Marketing Chief New CEO

Tim Stokely, founder of porn-friendly social media subscription site OnlyFans, has resigned as CEO after five years “to pursue new endeavors,” the company announced Tuesday. Amrapali “Ami” Gan (pictured above), who previously...

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