The technology news of the day distilled down to its essential elements. No fluff, no fuss, just the stories that actually matter to you.
Snapchat has launched a range of lenses for dogs. And to coincide with the update, Snapchat is better at recognizing dog faces.
LG has just revealed a shockingly impressive projector that actually sits just inches from the wall on which it’ll display.
Google has launched a new progressive web app called Canvas that lets you draw doodles without needing to install anything.
Snapchat has launched Lens Challenges. These are designed to create trends, and are a challenge to the increasingly popular TikTok.
Tidal has launched My Mix. These are curated playlists personalized for each user. So, Spotify’s Daily Mix by another name.
When they talked about our robot overlords coming to take over the world, they didn’t mention how cute they’d be!
Apple has just patented a new device with a 360-degree screen and this new device doesn’t look like anything you’ve ever seen.
Twitter has been working on a way of letting users switch between a chronological timeline and a ranked timeline. And it’s finally ready…
Facebook Messenger has new Selfie and Boomerang modes, plus support for augmented reality stickers.
A Facebook bug means thousands of third-party apps had temporary access to photos they didn’t have permission to view.
We now know the worst passwords of 2018. These are the passwords you should never use, even if Kanye West tells you to do so.
Android users can now donate to a charitable organization using Google Play. And the charities get 100 percent of the money.
You can now buy a Google Chromecast from Amazon again. Which could signal the two companies starting to get along nicely again.
Thanks to Google’s Year in Search 2018, We now know what everyone searched for in 2018…
The YouTube Rewind 2018 video is universally disliked. So why does everyone hate YouTube Rewind 2018?
Instagram now lets you send voice messages. And voice messaging has been a long time coming to Instagram…
Xiaomi is looking to push the world of smartphone photography ahead with its 48-megapixel smartphone camera.
iPhone and iPad
Microsoft has released an ad for the holidays. And while it’s intended to sell the Surface Go, the Apple iPad also gets a mention.
Google is killing Allo to focus its efforts entirely on Messages. Which makes sense, but is frustrating nonetheless.
As an early Christmas gift, Spotify has compiled everything it knows about your musical journey through 2018.
Razer is aiming to make gaming on an ultraportable laptop possible with the new version of the Razer Blade Stealth.
Tom Cruise hates motion smoothing. So much so he has made a PSA urging you to change the settings on your TV. This must be serious.
Quora has been hacked. Which means up to 100 million Quora users may have had their data accessed by an unknown third party.
Bose just put out a pair of augmented reality glasses that function through the use of sound, rather than visuals.