The technology news of the day distilled down to its essential elements. No fluff, no fuss, just the stories that actually matter to you.
The first Animal Crossing game to be released on anything other than a Nintendo console is called Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, and it’s out now on Android and iOS.
Google has acknowledged yet another Pixel 2 bug. Still, like almost everything these days, it can be fixed at a later date with an update.
The holidays can be a stressful time of year. So, Uber is making four changes to the service designed to help ease your woes.
Much has been written about how Netflix has propagated binge-watching on a massive scale. So what exactly is the deal with people who spend their days watching Netflix?
The new-look Google Maps adds color-coding for different points of interest, and customizes the information on offer depending on where you’re travelling, and how you’re travelling there.
Vimeo has added support for HDR videos, and also added 8K to the mix for good measure. The result is that videos hosted on Vimeo now have the capacity to look amazing.
With more than 1 billion speakers, Mandarin Chinese is the most-spoken language in the world, so it would probably serve us all well to learn a few words and phrases.
Google for Jobs is already a fantastic tool for people looking to change jobs. And Google is now adding extra tools designed to make it even easier to find your dream job.
The CompuServe Forums are shutting down. So if you want to experience the Reddit of its day before it disappears, you have until December 15th to check them out.
Google Home can now double-up as an intercom in your house. And you can even broadcast messages when you’re away from home.
Firefox Quantum is faster, better-looking, more streamlined, and more useful, and it may be able to give Chrome a run for its money. It certainly uses less RAM…
EA has been the subject of some intense hatred over the years, but the company has now managed to achieve the seemingly impossible… uniting the whole internet against it.
South Park: Phone Destroyer is a new South Park-themed mobile game that is essentially a card-based RPG. South Park fans will love it, while everyone else will find it infantile.
Logitech is intentionally bricking all Harmony Link devices in March 2018. However, after the backlash that followed this announcement, Logitech is now offering a free Harmony Hub to all current Harmony Link owners.
UberEATS users now have the option to rate everything about their experience, and not just the poor delivery driver doing their bidding.
Files Go is a file management app designed to clean up space on your phone, help you stay organized, and let you share files with other Android users.
Google is making changes to its Chrome browser which should stop sites from redirecting you against your will. And about time too.
Google wants to help you choose a restaurant to eat in. To aid this endeavor, Google is adding restaurant wait times to Search and Maps, and it’s rolling out right now.
Twitter has decided to give everyone 280 characters to play with. So by the time you read this you should have the option to write tweets of up to 280 characters in length.
There’s a new Netflix phishing email doing the rounds, and this one seems particularly well put-together. So please beware, and make others aware as well.
StarCraft II is going free-to-play. As announced at BlizzCon 2017, Blizzard Entertainment is making portions of the game free-to-play in the hopes of drawing in a new generation of players.
If you haven’t yet switched to Windows 10, either by upgrading your current PC or by buying a new one, it’s not too late. As long as you’re reading this in 2017.
YouTube is making a few changes to the YouTube Kids app. All of which are designed to help make parents’ lives easier.
Collins Dictionary has named its Word of the Year for 2017 as “Fake News”. Literally. Even though it’s technically two words.