The technology news of the day distilled down to its essential elements. No fluff, no fuss, just the stories that actually matter to you.
YouTube is a treasure trove of content that can consume hours of your life. Which is why Google is tracking your usage…
Google’s new Gboard feature, called Mini Stickers, turns you into an animated character, and all from a single selfie.
Xbox All Access allows gamers who may be struggling to fund an all-out purchase the chance to buy an Xbox One over two years.
Epic Games has a cunning plan to persuade you to enable two-factor authentication on Fortnite…
Windows 95 is now downloadable as an electron app for Windows, macOS, and Linux. Isn’t technology great?!
Google is rolling out a new version of Google Fit, its fitness tracking app for Android and Wear OS.
Tinder is keen to help students score more dates, so it has launched Tinder U to separate college kids from the rest of us.
Netflix would like to avoid handing over 30 percent of your subscription to Apple. So it’s testing cutting Apple out of the loop.
End-to-end encryption means your chats are encrypted from one end to the other, ensuring eavesdroppers can’t intercept your messages.
Netflix is testing a new feature which inserts video promos between episodes. Unsurprisingly, the public testers aren’t happy.
Most third-party Twitter apps are now broken. And it’s all Twitter’s fault.
Google Search now offers you a choice of featured snippets based on your specific interest in the topic.
Google One is Google Drive plus a lot more besides, with subscribers offered a range of extra benefits across Google.
Once enabled, Microsoft OneDrive’s Folder Protection automatically backs up your Desktop, Documents, and Pictures folders.
Tech companies are releasing lightweight apps for people in developing countries. And Twitter Lite has now gone global…
Discord is muscling in on Steam’s territory with a store selling PC games and a selection of titles for Nitro subscribers.
Instapaper is available in the EU again despite GDPR, and has also relaunched Instapaper Premium. So, with the good comes some bad.
You no longer need a Roku device to watch Roku’s free, ad-supported movie channel. Because The Roku Channel is now on the web.
Amazon Rapids, Amazon’s storytelling app for kids, was formerly priced at $2.99/month, but is now completely free for everyone.
Google Maps now shows Earth as a sphere. Which is good news for everyone except people who think the Earth is flat.
Epic Games won’t be releasing Fortnite on Android through Google Play. Instead, gamers will have to download Fortnite from the official website.
Facebook is trying to help social media addicts by launching tools designed to help you manage your Facebook and Instagram addiction.
With its share price hitting $207.05, Apple became a trillion-dollar company 42 years after it was formed.
These days most people set an alarm on their smartphone, which makes Google’s latest feature a potential Godsend.