YouTube Star PewDiePie say a racial slur while streaming and the newest iPhone will support augmented reality.

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YouTuber PewDiePie in hot water again for using a racial slur. The Swedish Gamer, real name Felix Kjellberg, in PlayerUnknowns Battleground using the derogatory term to describe an online opponent. The developer of 'Firewatch' has threatened to pull usage of his game.

It comes after a video surfaced of PewDiePie, real name Felix Kjellberg, on a YouTube gaming stream playing PlayerUnknown's 'Battlegrounds.' Several gamers captured the clip and uploaded it to their personal YouTube accounts. It also got wide attention this morning on the NeoGAF forums.

This isn't the first time for the social media star... He has been accused of anti-semitism before for using Nazi themes as jokes. He issued an apology on his YouTube account.

The new iPhones are looking to bring Augmented Reality games to the fore front for mobile gaming, literally putting gamers in the game, using real life props. Showing off a character from the Warhammer 40-k-Freeblade hanging out on a real life basketball court.

And allowing Directive Games Atli Mar to show off their newest real time strategy online mobile game 'The Machines.'

And you think people look at their phone too much now.

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