The technology news of the day distilled down to its essential elements. No fluff, no fuss, just the stories that actually matter to you.
If you’re a Spotify Premium subscriber located in the U.S. you can now get Hulu for free. Which is a cracking deal.
30 years on, has the web lived up to its potential? Or has it been ruined by governments, companies, and citizens? Tim Berners-Lee has some thoughts.
Adobe Shockwave will soon be a thing of the past, and most people will surely agree that this is long overdue.
The PS4 Remote Play app means that if you have an up-to-date PlayStation 4 and a new-ish iDevice, you can now play PS4 games on your iPhone or iPad.
Thanks to the new Roku skill for Alexa, you can now control your Roku using your Amazon Echo.
Microsoft has open-sourced the Windows Calculator, releasing the Windows Calculator source code and roadmap on GitHub.
Google has patched a zero-day being actively exploited in the wild. Which means you should update Chrome as soon as you can.
SoundCloud has launched SoundCloud Go+ for Students. This is the standard SoundCloud Go+, but with a 50% discount for students.
Fitbit revealed a shockingly cheap new smartwatch along with some other budget-friendly fitness trackers.
It looks like the Xbox Maverick will be called the Xbox One S All-Digital edition and it’ll be out in May.
Google’s Clock app now supports Pandora and YouTube Music. Which means you can choose your favorite song as your alarm.
Amazon is no longer selling physical Dash buttons, but will continue to support Dash buttons already out in the wild.
If you want to read paid-for Medium articles without actually paying, you can now bypass the paywall using Twitter.
Facebook is rolling out a Dark Mode for Messenger. And if you know how, you can enable Messenger’s Dark Mode early with an emoji.
Amazon has launched a new initiative called Amazon Day. And while Amazon Day isn’t very exciting, it could be very convenient.
Rotten Tomatoes is making changes to prevent people from review bombing movies. Especially movies that haven’t been released yet.
What’s better than a phone with one, two, three, or four cameras? According to Nokia, that’s a smartphone with five cameras.
Google Duo on the web means you can make voice and video calls from your browser without downloading the app.
Spotify has officially launched in India. And not only is Spotify Free better in India, Spotify Premium is a bargain.
Pandora has launched Pandora Stories, which allows artists, labels, and creative types to turn playlists into podcasts.
Lenovo has just announced the ThinkVision M14—a 14-inch portable USB-C monitor that looks quite awesome.
This new phone has a feature that’ll make everyone stand up and take notice—a giant 18,000 mAh battery that’ll run for days.
Android is now FIDO2 certified. Which means Android users can use login methods other than passwords to access apps and websites.
The newly-announced Theta Z1 is packed with features that make it an exciting addition to the photography world.