The technology news of the day distilled down to its essential elements. No fluff, no fuss, just the stories that actually matter to you.
IGTV is the next stage of Instagram’s evolution, and an obvious attempt to compete with YouTube. So here’s everything you need to know about IGTV…
Amazon has racked up 100 million Prime subscribers. And now Amazon is inviting Australians to join the Prime party.
Google has launched a new Ad Settings page which makes it easier than ever to control the kinds of ads you see when browsing the web.
Google Datally has four new features—Guest Mode, Daily Limit, Unused Apps, and Wi-Fi Map—which, when taken together, should help people all of us stay under our mobile data limits.
Amazon is sunsetting its popular Mayday feature, which let Kindle Fire tablet owners access live tech support by pressing a button on their devices.
The peer-to-peer payments service no longer lets you make payments via its website, and it looks like this is just the start of an intentional effort to degrade the Venmo website.
Instagram has been notifying some users when people take a screenshot of their Stories. But Instagram has now ended that experiment.
Google is making it easier to communicate when in a foreign country. And thanks to the genius of its neural machine translation, you can even be offline at the time.
It turns out people can’t bear to be without the grid view that’s standard on cable TV. And so users have flooded streaming services with requests for the grid view. Including Plex…
Microsoft is abandoning its technical support forums for a range of different products, including Windows 7, Office 2013, and the Surface Pro. Which sucks.
Buoyed by the popularity of On This Day, Facebook is launching Memories. This is a new page dedicated to reminding you of your past, or at least the past you’ve shared with Facebook.
Having experienced some issues in recent years, Uber is now trying a different approach in order to reach the masses, releasing a lightweight version of its app simply called Uber Lite.
Activision is taking Guitar Hero TV offline in December. Which will leave Guitar Hero Live owners with just the few dozen songs on the disc to play.
Each and everyone of you will, at some time or another, have sent a message in error. Thankfully, Snapchat now has your back, with the option to delete sent messages.
Bethesda has unveiled the latest game in the Fallout series, and this one is an online-only survival game titled Fallout 76.
Yahoo Messenger is no more, with Oath, the Verizon subsidiary which owns Yahoo and AOL, shutting down the ancient messaging service on July 17, 2018.
The BBC is using the 2018 World Cup to trial streaming in 4K and VR. So if you’re planning on watching the games, you can do so in a couple of new ways.
Plex has redesigned the way its mobile apps are structured, but the two most noticeable changes are new ways to personalize Plex, and support for podcasts.
After almost 10 years of hosting still images and GIFs, Imgur is moving into video. However, if you’re not a fan of change, don’t worry, as these are essentially GIFs with sound.
Most weather apps are indistinguishable from each other. However, Carrot Weather is a little different than most, and the iOS app is now available on Android.
Reaction to the Reddit redesign has been mixed so far, but plenty of Reddit users have since requested a Night Mode. And the Reddit Design team have now delivered…
Pandora has launched a Premium Family Plan which buys up to six people access to Pandora Premium for just $14.99/month. Which is a veritable steal.
If you have never seen Doctor Who before, and want to know what the fuss is all about, now’s your chance to catch up. As Twitch is streaming 500+ episodes…
Tinder has launched Places, a new feature that matches you with potential dates based on the places you hang out. Hence the name.