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 long wait for a new Red Dead game may finally be about to come to an end. And it has to be assumed that a major announcement is just a few days away…
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While most retailers are increasing security in order to deter thieves, Apple is actually decreasing security in order to improve the overall shopping experience. Making it easier to steal an iPhone…
US authorities have banned the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 from all flights “to, from, or within the United States”. What’s more, the Galaxy Note 7 is now considered a “forbidden hazardous material”.
The Xbox One has outsold the PlayStation 4 in the US for three months in a row. Is this the first sign of the Microsoft console staging a comeback?
Google News has launched a Fact Check feature designed to separate fact from fiction. The question is, does anyone actually care about the truth any more?
Tinder is all about first impressions. So Tinder is employing Smart Photos to help you get more right swipes.
If you’re a Galaxy Note 7 owner looking to ditch your phone before it sets fire to your hair, the company is willing to pay you cold, hard cash to stick with Samsung.
In terms of the best movies of all time, Netflix has fewer available to stream now than it did two years ago. Which is annoying.
In case you missed the news, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is dead. And yet some Galaxy Note 7 owners are refusing to give up on their favorite smartphone. Idiots.
After months of speculation, Amazon has launched its own ad-free, on-demand music streaming service. So, what’s the deal with Amazon Music Unlimited?
It turns out Pokemon GO isn’t just a fun game. It can also motivate you to move more, which could in turn help you live longer. Pika pika!
Yahoo Mail has “temporarily disabled” the ability for users to forward their emails onto a different address. Which is suspicious, given everything that’s happened of late.
The Galaxy Note 7 is done. Game Over. Samsung has admitted as much, telling owners to power down and stop using their devices. Please heed this advice. Please.
Microsoft Paint is being overhauled in a big, bold way. And the new Microsoft Paint for Windows 10 has now leaked online. Drum roll, please…
If you’re currently in possession of a Galaxy Note 7, then you may soon be holding a very rare item in your hands. This is because Samsung could be planning to kill it off entirely.
All four major US carriers are now letting their customers dump the Samsung Galaxy Note 7. Customers can exchange their device for a less dangerous alternative.
Duolingo already offers a fantastic way of learning a new language, but its new chatbots now add a friendly face to proceedings.
Cheaper computers capable of powering the Oculus Rift are now on their way. So much so you’ll be able to pick up an Oculus Ready PC for just $499!
Spotify is one of the best streaming music services available right now. Unfortunately, it’s also been serving up malware to some of its users.
Apple has been named the best brand in the world again in 2016. Apple is therefore considered more valuable than Google, Microsoft, Samsung, and Amazon, amongst many others.
Prime Reading offers Amazon Prime subscribers unlimited access to more than 1,000 eBooks, magazines, short stories, comic books, and more. All for free.
Facebook now lets you encrypt all of your Facebook Messenger conversations. Once enabled, you can enjoy Secret Conversations safe in the knowledge nobody else is listening in.
If you have a Yahoo Mail account, Yahoo has been scanning all of your emails to help U.S. intelligence agencies. Which is nice of them.
Google has unveiled a host of new hardware, including new Pixel phones, the Chromecast Ultra, the Daydream View, Google Home, and Google Wifi.