The technology news of the day distilled down to its essential elements. No fluff, no fuss, just the stories that actually matter to you.
Microsoft is offering to keep supporting Windows 7 for a little while longer… if you’re willing to pay for the privilege.
Touring Bird is a planning tool for tourists, listing the top attractions and activities to enjoy, as well as tips from locals.
A Parent’s Guide is Instagram reaching out to parents wondering whether social media apps are a bad influence on teenagers.
Uber is rolling out a host of new safety features which are designed to help both riders and drivers stay safe.
It looks like Facebook’s recent issues have affected the way people use the social network. At least according to Pew.
Merriam-Webster has added hundreds of words to its dictionary. And among them are tech terms everyone reading this should know.
While Google regularly updates Chrome, to celebrate its 10th birthday, the latest update is a doozy. Here’s what’s new in Chrome 69…
YouTube has launched YouTube Giving, a suite of tools designed to help YouTubers and viewers raise money for charity.
Twitter recently tested a feature which would recommend who you should unfollow. Which is actually rather a good idea…
Tumblr is changing its community guidelines to crack down on hate speech, violent threats, and non-consensual sexual content.
Spotify has listed the biggest songs of Summer 2018. The list is dominated by Drake, with support from Cardi B and Post Malone.
Google has updated its Google Go app so that it can now read web pages out loud. Including this one.
YouTube is a treasure trove of content that can consume hours of your life. Which is why Google is tracking your usage…
Google’s new Gboard feature, called Mini Stickers, turns you into an animated character, and all from a single selfie.
Xbox All Access allows gamers who may be struggling to fund an all-out purchase the chance to buy an Xbox One over two years.
Epic Games has a cunning plan to persuade you to enable two-factor authentication on Fortnite…
Windows 95 is now downloadable as an electron app for Windows, macOS, and Linux. Isn’t technology great?!
Google is rolling out a new version of Google Fit, its fitness tracking app for Android and Wear OS.
Tinder is keen to help students score more dates, so it has launched Tinder U to separate college kids from the rest of us.
Netflix would like to avoid handing over 30 percent of your subscription to Apple. So it’s testing cutting Apple out of the loop.
End-to-end encryption means your chats are encrypted from one end to the other, ensuring eavesdroppers can’t intercept your messages.
Netflix is testing a new feature which inserts video promos between episodes. Unsurprisingly, the public testers aren’t happy.
Most third-party Twitter apps are now broken. And it’s all Twitter’s fault.
Google Search now offers you a choice of featured snippets based on your specific interest in the topic.