The technology news of the day distilled down to its essential elements. No fluff, no fuss, just the stories that actually matter to you.
Dictionary.com has decided that its word of the year for 2018 is “misinformation”. Which, ironically, isn’t misinformation.
One thing that’s always been difficult for online streamers is using a DSLR or action cam as a 4K web camera. That changes now!
Google Maps will soon be awash with hashtags, as users are now able to add hashtags to reviews of businesses.
LG has just received a new patent that takes the idea of smartphone photography to a new level with a phone that has 16 lenses!
Valve’s Steam Link is one of the coolest little pieces of tech that almost no one purchased. And now it’s going away for good.
YouTube has quietly started offering a selection of movies for free, as long as you’re willing to sit through some ads.
From now on if you find a business through Google Maps you’ll be able to message them directly without leaving the app.
Instagram’s new activity dashboard helps you track how much time you’re wasting on Instagram, and change your habits accordingly.
Using Google’s AI, Gboard can now recommend the visual elements guaranteed to liven up your boring conversations.
Come January 2019, all streaming services currently available on the Wii will stop working. Thankfully, there are alternatives…
Amazon has just released the Fire TV Recast, a device with a DVR for recording over-the-air television, and it starts at $229.99.
Spotify has launched its long-awaited app for the Apple Watch. Allowing you to keep your iPhone in your pocket for longer.
The Xbox One is finally adding keyboard and mouse support for gamers who prefer to play that way.
Cloudflare has launched a mobile app for its 184.108.40.206 DNS service. This is now available for both Android and iOS.
Disney’s streaming service, called Disney+, is set to launch in late 2019. And it’s going to be packed with original content.
The spiritual successor to Vine is called Byte, and it’s a new looping video app that’s going to be launched in Spring 2019.
Flickr’s new owners have promised not to delete photos uploaded under a Creative Commons license. Which is extremely good news.
Just about a month ago Facebook announced the Portal and Portal Plus video chat devices, and now they’re officially on sale.
Amazon is mailing out printed holiday catalogs to customers across the U.S. in its latest attack on bricks-and-mortar stores.
Dropbox Extensions will enable users to start content-based workflows without ever leaving Dropbox.
After being coy about when buyers would be able to order the Pixel Slate tablet, Google has finally put the device up for preorder.
You can now get Destiny 2 on PC for free. The catch being you only have until November 18 to download your free copy of Destiny 2.
Palm is back! A new phone, with Palm branding but made by TCL, is available now for $349.99 exclusively through Verizon.
The new owners of Flickr are making changes. While Pro users are gaining features, free users are being limited to 1,000 photos.