The technology news of the day distilled down to its essential elements. No fluff, no fuss, just the stories that actually matter to you.
Facebook wants to help you find a new job, turning itself into a viable alternative to LinkedIn in the process.
By the end of 2018 Netflix will have 700 original movies and TV shows available to stream. But too much of anything is a bad thing. Right?
The Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) has finally addressed the issue of loot boxes, but probably not in the way gamers hoped…
YouTube has added some new features to YouTube Live, all of which are designed to help creators connect with their audiences.
The Nokia 8110 4G isn’t an exact replica, but it’s still a tribute act likely to appeal to nostalgia nerds of a certain age.
One thing Apple does consistently is deliver new versions of its existing products. And it looks as though a new version of the AirPods is already on the way.
With a single tweet, Kylie Jenner managed to hit Snapchat where it hurts… in the pocket.
Airbnb Plus is a new brand for accommodations that can meet 100 different criteria, and are therefore likely to please the more discerning traveler.
Uber Express Pool is an extension of the existing Pool service. And while it could save you even more money, the downside is its similarity to taking the bus.
Facebook is finally making it easier to add more people to a call. But we can’t help but wonder why it’s taken this long to add such a simple feature.
Nuance has announced that it has stopped developing the popular Swype keyboard app. Existing users can carry on using it for the time being, but Swype has disappeared from Google Play and the App Store.
Chrome for Android now has the ability to shorten the URLs you share with your friends. So you can now share a clean link without any of that unnecessary tracking information included.
Apple has released updates to its OSes in an effort to beat the text bomb bug. So you should update your device to the latest version before someone decides to prank you.
Microsoft is hammering another nail in the coffin of Windows Phone by discontinuing support for push notifications.
Twitter for Mac is no more. Twitter has already pulled the app from Apple’s App Store, and will end support completely on March 18, 2018.
After countless requests from users, Pandora has finally launched Pandora Premium on the web. And it’s about time too.
Google has launched Gmail Go for Android, the latest in a growing line of lightweight versions of popular apps designed for low-end Android phones.
Google is adding new channels to YouTube TV. Unfortunately, new subscribers will be paying the price through higher subscription fees.
It turns out that Apple’s smart speaker can stain wooden furniture. Giving us another reason not to buy a HomePod.
Pinterest has rolled out a number of new tools designed to help your pins, boards, and sections looking exactly the way you want them to look. And you know you can’t resist…
Google Chrome now has its own built-in ad blocker. And in order to clear up any confusion, Google has explained how Chrome’s new ad blocker works…
As popular as Overwatch already is, there is always room for more players. Which is why Blizzard is offering you and everyone you know the chance to play Overwatch for free this weekend.
Just in time for the celebration of love, romance, and relationships that is Valentine’s Day, Facebook has added some new features to Messenger…
If you’re under the age of 35, Snapchat is probably your thing. Or at least it was until the new Snapchat update started rolling out last week. Now, Snapchat users are revolting.