Twitter Misinformation Reporting Feature Expands to More Countries

Twitter misinformation reporting is a feature the company announced in August 2021. Now it’s rolling the tool out to Brazil, Spain, and the Philippines, reports TechCrunch.

The ability to flag tweets as misinformation allows users to more quickly and directly flag content that may not fit into existing rules, as well. But the reports themselves are tied into Twitter’s existing enforcement flow, where a combination of human review and moderation is used to determine if a punitive action should take place.

'Total War: MEDIEVAL II' Game Comes to iOS in Spring 2022

Feral Interactive announced that its game Total War: MEDIEVAL II is coming to iOS and Android this spring. Built on ROME: Total War on mobile, MEDIEVAL II offers even greater depth and replayability than its predecessor. As well as the familiar, compelling mix of massive real-time battles and intricate turn-based strategy, MEDIEVAL II brings more nuanced settlement management, additional agents to conduct state affairs, and more sophisticated campaign mechanics. “Set across three continents during the turbulent Middle Ages, spectacular conflicts and scheming rivals litter the path to power as the great kingdoms of the medieval world vie for supremacy. Be it through diplomacy or conquest, benevolence or fear, players must secure the resources and loyalty to rule an empire from the shores of Western Europe to the sands of the Arabian desert.”

'Wordle!' Developer Sells App Proceeds to Charity

The game Wordle has taken the internet by storm recently. But, there’s a similarly-named app named Wordle! and the developer speaks.

Cravotta chalks the sudden increase up to “major publications” failing to specify “that this was an ‘internet browser’ only game, so naturally people went to the App Store to search Wordle.” Even without that, though, the sudden spate of hard-to-parse, link-free tweets promoting the browser game probably got plenty of people assuming it was a reference to a mobile app.

Hot Cakes Selling Like Microsoft's Xbox Series S, Xbox Series X

Sales of the Series X and S of the Xbox variety have been wildly popular, a report says recently.

The boss of Xbox discussed the commercial performance of the two consoles on a recent New York Times podcast. The Xbox Series X and S were released 14 months ago on November 10, 2020, and Spencer says that “at this point, we’ve sold more of this generation of Xboxes, which is Xbox Series X and S, than we had any previous version of Xboxes.”