The technology news of the day distilled down to its essential elements. No fluff, no fuss, just the stories that actually matter to you.
Instagram has added a new Questions sticker designed to make your Stories much more engaging. The Questions sticker allows you and your friends to conduct your own AMA using Instagram.
Twitter is purging millions of accounts. The good news is this will clear out some of the deadwood from Twitter. The bad news is this could have a significant impact on your follower count.
YouTube now has its own in-built Incognito Mode, just like Google Chrome. Essentially it’s like pulling a cloak over you and your smartphone while watching YouTube.
WhatsApp has become the default option for spreading rumors to lots of people quickly and efficiently. Which isn’t ideal. Therefore, WhatsApp is adding a label to forwarded messages.
Netflix has launched a new feature—called Smart Downloads—designed to make it easier for binge-watchers to get their fix of flix.
The Surface Go is a 10-inch Windows tablet which looks almost identical to the Surface Pro, but smaller and more affordable. Which sounds good on paper…
Timehop, the popular social media memory jogger, has suffered a security breach. The result is that 21 million Timehop users have potentially had some of their data breached.
For Netflix, user reviews are a thing of the past. The streaming service is deleting all previously written user reviews and preventing users from writing new reviews.
Tinder now lets users add two-second looping videos to their profiles. These videos, which Tinder calls Loops, are essentially GIFs by another name.
The latest tech support scam doing the rounds sees scammers weaponizing a bug found in Google Chrome and other popular browsers. So arm yourself against it accordingly.
Google has admitted that third-party apps can read your Gmail. However, this is all your fault, as you’re the one giving developers access…
Facebook obviously has a massive userbase of 2 billion users, but its attempts to build out other apps haven’t always worked. As is the case with Hello, Moves, and tbh.
Amazon has announced the first details about Prime Day 2018. And it looks like this, the fourth annual Prime Day, is going to be bigger than ever…
Instagram is rolling out a feature called “You’re all caught up,” which is an attempt to quell complaints from users still annoyed that they can’t view their Feed in chronological order.
YouTube has, suddenly, and with little fanfare, made its picture-in-picture mode available on Android for free. However, there are some caveats to consider…
Just when you thought your Instagram Stories couldn’t get any more interesting, Instagram has added music to the mix. Life will never be the same again…
Amazon is slowly but surely turning Fire tablets into Echo devices. Its latest effort—dubbed Show Mode—quite literally turns your Fire tablet into an Echo Show.
The mobile version of Pokemon Quest is now available to play. The Pokemon-themed RPG was released on the Nintendo Switch in May, but is now available on Android and iOS too.
Is that new restaurant worth trying? Is there a local book club to attend? Where’s the best place to go to listen to live music? Google Maps now has all the answers.
Google Assistant has been able to understand Spanish for some time, but now Google Home can speak Spanish too. Muchas gracias, Google.
Microsoft has added Visual Search—Microsoft’s answer to Google Lens—to Bing’s mobile apps, meaning you can now use it on your smartphone.
Microsoft News powers MSN.com, news in Microsoft’s Edge browser, the News app for Windows 10, Skype, Xbox, and Outlook.com, and the new Microsoft News app for Android and iOS.
YouTube has unveiled a trio of new ways for YouTubers to make money. And together they represent YouTube looking beyond advertising revenue.
After years of ignoring the medium, Google is finally taking podcasting seriously. To that end, the company has released a standalone app called Google Podcasts.