The technology news of the day distilled down to its essential elements. No fluff, no fuss, just the stories that actually matter to you.
Google has launched a new app designed to put parents back in control of their children’s smartphone use. It’s called Family Link, and it’s sure to annoy kids everywhere.
The Amazon Echo is a smart device in more ways than one. However, one thing the Echo hasn’t been able to do is pair with a Bluetooth speaker. Until now.
Google Chrome can put incredible strain on system resources, burning through your battery quicker than it should. However, the latest version of Chrome alleviates this particular issue.
Sony is adding PS4 games to the PlayStation Now library. This means you’ll soon be able to stream PS4 games on a PS4 and/or PC with a single PS Now subscription.
Pandora is launching an on-demand music streaming service to rival Spotify and Apple Music. The question is can Pandora Premium differentiate itself from the competition?
There’s a simple pleasure to be derived from watching videos with friends. But with television becoming less important, Google has launched a new social video app called Uptime.
Google has launched a new website aimed at helping you customize your Android homescreen. So it would be rude not to at least give it a go, right?
Google is splitting Hangouts into two separate apps, Hangouts Chat and Hangouts Meet. No one seems to know why, but it’s happening nonetheless.
Amazon.com is going to be available in a language other than English. Unsurprisingly given the number of Spanish speakers in the U.S., that other language is Spanish. Alegrarse!
The Google Pixel is an amazing smartphone. However, even the best phones are susceptible to the odd problem here and there, and the Pixel is no exception.
Sony has now released the v4.50 firmware update for the PlayStation 4. This is a major update which adds several exciting features, so our advice is to download version 4.50 ASAP.
O Captain! My Captain! Yahoo has one more product to share. It’s a text-based personal assistant, which is surely very rare.
Alexa has learned a new skill, and this one turns Amazon’s smart assistant into a fount of medical knowledge. Just make sure you get a second opinion, eh.
Thanks to BritBox, expats and Anglophiles alike can now stream British TV to their hearts’ content.
Women are somewhat underrepresented in the film industry. The situation is changing, but in the meantime we have something called “the F-Rating”…
To celebrate five years of Google Play, Google has revealed its most popular apps, games, books, movies, songs, and albums of all time.
As far as Nintendo is concerned, a few dead pixels on a Switch screen shouldn’t be considered a defect. Do you agree?
Yelp users will now be able to see whether or not a business offers gender-neutral bathrooms to its patrons.
Depending on where you live and which websites you visit you may have noticed the internet acting up on Tuesday. And now we know how it happened…
Despite already being all kinds of brilliant, Prisma keeps on getting better. Having bolstered its social networking credentials, Prisma is now increasing the number of filters available to its users.
Anyone who hasn’t yet bought Battlefield 1 can play the game for free on PC or Xbox One this weekend. But not on PS4, because EA hates you.
Twitch has made a name for itself as the destination of choice for people who want to watch other people play games. But it’s now set to start selling games as well.
YouTube has announced the existence of YouTube TV, a new over-the-top TV service set to launch within the next few months.
Microsoft is launching a new subscription service called Xbox Game Pass. This Netflix for games offers those willing to pay the monthly fee access to over 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 titles.