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 rolls out Windows 10 Anniversary Update, Instagram tells Stories, Time Warner buys into Hulu, Microsoft offers the HoloLens to everyone with money, and Grand Theft Auto IV cheat codes get mistaken for secret military codes.
The first Xbox One S reviews hit the web, Apple sells the iPad Pro as a computer, Google sells 30 million Chromecasts, YouTube encrypts 97% of its traffic, and IKEA mocks people who photograph their food.
Niantic issues controversial Pokemon Go update, the Video Cassette Recorder is no more, Kickstarter has boosted the economy, Google guides you through the 2016 Olympic Games, and how your smartphone is affecting you.
Your last chance to upgrade to Windows 10 for free, Facebook is out of control, Tumblr lets users share in ad revenue, how lapsed gamers can lose their Gamertags, and if internet ads were aggressive salesmen.
Google lets you share apps with your family, Apple sells 1 billion iPhones, Microsoft releases an iPhone camera app, Amazon promotes Kickstarter products, and PewDiePie catches Pokemon using a drone.
Apple is selling less hardware, the Nintendo NX is probably a home/portable hybrid, Pokemon Go Plus gets delayed, Twitter for Android gets a Night Mode, and possibly the happiest gamer in the world.
Twitter tries to help people understand what it’s all about, a joint effort to stamp out ransomware, Prisma lands on Android, Amazon Prime lands in India, and which iPhone can stand the heat?
Yahoo has sold out, Pokemon Go is a record breaker, the Xbox One is going cheap, Netflix nabs new MST3K, and what happens at the end of Pac-Man?
The Windows 10 countdown has begun, KickassTorrents is still kicking ass after all, Spotify cozies up to advertisers, smartwatch sales are in decline, and the NES Classic Edition gets the ad it deserves.
The biggest torrent site in the world goes down, Firefox tackles its Flash problem, iOS 10 knows when your hardware is getting wet, Amazon brings classic articles to Kindle, and video games as stop-motion animations.
Microsoft offers free laptops for failed Windows 10 upgrades, Twitter invites us all to apply for verification, Netflix is making more Making a Murderer, Life Is Strange is free, and why your passwords are all useless.
Netflix suffers due to recent price rise, Microsoft teases the new Xbox S, Netflix nabs the new series of Star Trek, become a Jedi using your Vive, and watch a live-action version of Futurama.
Microsoft fails to hit Windows 10 target, no one believes what they read on social media, download Amazon videos to SD cards, choose new themes on Google Keyboard, and experience Instagram in real life.
Your printer has been insecure for 20 years, Pokemon GO is the cure, Amazon Prime Day beats Black Friday, Lightroom adds universal RAW support, and the Faroe Islands uses sheep to tempt Google.
Everybody skips past Terms of Service, PokeGone turns Pokemon GO into Pokemon NO, Facebook keeps your conversations secret, Blizzard silences douchebag World of Warcraft players, and Samuel L. Jackson explains Game of Thrones.
It’s technically illegal to share your passwords, Pokemon GO catches malware, the state of PC sales, Warner Bros feel the wrath of the FTC, and how Google predicted Pokemon GO.
How Pokemon GO is taking over the world, Twitter doesn’t want you seeing deleted tweets, RAM compensation is incoming, Tidal adds support for the Chromecast, and the complicated psychology of trolling.
The iOS 10 and macOS Sierra betas arrive, beware the dangers of wearing a wearable, Lyft Premier adds a touch of luxury, Final Fantasy VII is available on Android, and Pokemon GO frustrates a fat man.
Snapchat conjures up bad Memories, a new form of Mac malware is on the loose, half a million hoverboards have been recalled, Microsoft helps you collect things, and racing drones in the pitch black.
New malware infects 10 million Android devices, Pokemon GO arrives on Android and iOS, Skype Meetings is aimed at small businesses, PlanetSide ends with a meteor shower, and the computer genius who sucks at Tetris.
The United Nations wants you to have unfettered access to the internet, Apple wants you to donate your organs, Facebook ups its language game, Prince gets immortalized online, and speedrunning for charity.
Microsoft really wants you to upgrade to Windows 10, iOS users beat Android users when it comes to spending money, Chrome 51 introduces Cast, watch people eat food on Twitch, and Facebook’s algorithm gets skewered.
Windows 10 subscriptions are not coming (yet), Google names Android N Nougat, Apple bullies Spotify into submission, Amazon announces Prime Day on July 12, and a bonkers man builds a bonkers bazooka.
Google puts all of your data in one place, OK Google gets a list of commands, Symantec suffers security scare, Facebook changes the News Feed again, and a Game of Thrones fan theory gets confirmed.