The technology news of the day distilled down to its essential elements. No fluff, no fuss, just the stories that actually matter to you.
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.
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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.
Google’s Santa Tracker is back for 2018, and there are a host of new features available in Santa’s Village this time around.
Tumblr has always hosted a certain amount of adult content. But Tumblr is now banning adult content from its platform entirely.
Installing the Apple Music skill in the Alexa app means you’ll be able to listen to Apple Music on your Amazon Echo.
Plenty of social networks have tried to sort our friends into groups. And now Instagram is having a crack with “Close Friends”.
Plex and Tidal have partnered up to bring the streaming music service to the media center app.
What makes the Arlo Ultra stand out is the fact that it captures in 4K resolution with HDR, which is extremely impressive.
Google thinks its Assistant can help you survive the holidays. And it has rolled out new features designed to do just that.
Fortnite is a cultural phenomenon at this point. Unfortunately, some children appear to be getting addicted to Fortnite.
DJI, the company best known for its solid line of drones, has just released a tiny gimbal-stabilized camera called the Osmo Pocket.
Instagram has added two new features designed to make it easier for visually impaired people to use Instagram.
Students can get money off both YouTube Premium and YouTube Music, making YouTube’s paid-for services a more attractive option.
Apple is offering extra trade-in credit towards the purchase of an iPhone XR, iPhone XS, or iPhone XS Max.