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 has launched its new Watch tab, bringing original programming to U.S. audiences. Here’s how to find it and use it!
Voice assistants are becoming increasingly important — but Alexa still has skills gaps. Luckily, Amazon is introducing new functionality that will speed up your ability to plug those gaps. Here’s how.
Cheap Android handsets can be very hit and miss — but the Xiaomi Mi A1 is set to change all of that. Let’s find out why.
The RIAA has finally succeeded in closing down the massively popular video-audio conversion site YouTube-MP3. Here’s what happened.
Tinder makes dating easy, but you have to play by their rules. If only it could be easier. Well, Tinder Gold gives you an extra edge in the dating game. Here’s how.
The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update finally has a release date, but what will be included in the next big update? Let’s take a look.
Game streaming is increasing in popularity. Can Microsoft grab a slice of the action with their new Mixer Create app for iOS and Android? Let’s take a look.
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Another day, another security breach. Yet, the Onliner Spambot dump is slightly different to others:…
Google Maps is introducing new tools to help you park your car. And in one fell swoop, Google Maps has eased the worried minds of drivers everywhere.
Tinder has launched its new paid subscription tier around the world. And Tinder Gold offers a new Likes You feature that reveals everyone who has swiped right on you.
Uber is set to stop tracking riders after they have reached their destinations. This is the latest in a long line of changes Uber is making in order to improve its terrible reputation.
Amazon is introducing multi-room music streaming. This is great news for those who host raucous house parties, but bad news for your neighbors.
Recognizing certified Android devices is about to get easier. This is thanks to Google launching a new program which adds Google Play Protect branding into the mix.
Giphy is adding view counts to its GIFs. These will allow us all to see which GIFs become part of the zeitgeist, and which just fall to the wayside.
KFC is developing a virtual training escape room designed to teach its employees how to prepare that greasy but oh-so-good chicken. Probably.
Facebook is making its Timehop-style feature, On This Day, bigger and better than ever before. Which is perfect for those who love a daily reminder of the past.
There’s currently a huge revolution happening in the world of television. And Netflix is spearheading this revolution. So much so that viewers are increasingly choosing Netflix over live TV.
Google is hoping to help people suffering from clinical depression. To accomplish this noble goal the search giant is adding a questionnaire to specific search results.
Code42, the company behind CrashPlan, has announced that it’s ditching home users. CrashPlan for Home is being killed off, with Code42 instead focusing entirely on enterprise and business customers.
The HTC Vive is now more affordable than ever before, thanks to HTC knocking $200 off of the price of its VR headset.
After months of speculation, Google has confirmed that Android 8.0 is Android Oreo. And for the lucky few who own the right devices, Android Oreo will be rolling out soon.
Microsoft is finally ready to unleash the Xbox One X onto the world. And despite its truly terrible name, the Xbox One X is a beast of a machine.
It seems no one openly admits to using Bing. And yet, according to market share statistics released by Microsoft, it turns out that plenty of people actually do use Bing. And not ironically.