Not everyone has time for epic quests. These Facebook games can give you a quick fix of fun in just a few minutes.
El Capitan gets reviewed, a reminder that Facebook is free, Google launches its iPad Pro competitor, Twitter considers offering more than 140 characters, and the dangers of time travel are revealed.
Facebook Notes seems to be a competitor to Medium, the long-form blogging tool for Twitter, but it’s integrated tightly into the world’s largest social network.
Microsoft counters Windows 10 criticism, Project Spark will soon be completely free, the iPhone 6s may actually be waterproof, Facebook suffers another major outage, Coca-Cola pays for emoji, and The X-Files is back.
Not everything that happens online stays online. Data can disappear. That’s why regular backups are essential, regardless of storage location. We show you how to back up your online accounts in Windows.
Apple is a cult, Android may be a monopoly, Facebook cares about refugees, Netflix knows when you get hooked, Mighty No. 9 has a release date, and the 4K documentary shot on an iPhone 6s Plus.
Facebook is one of the cornerstones of the Internet, and five minutes of downtime can cause mayhem. And panic. And mass hysteria. So, what do you do when Facebook goes down?
Also: iPhone ad blockers are getting paid to allow some ads, some people think it’s acceptable to track their romantic partners, and treadmills are literally torture devices.
What if Google – or any major tech company – were capricious and malevolent, and wanted to change the course of an election for their own financial benefit? Here’s how they’d do it.
Amazon sells cheap tablets, Chromecast II is incoming, the new Fire TV trumps the new Apple TV, The Witness offers puzzling goodness, and Conan conjures up new Facebook buttons.
Facebook likes Dislike buttons, Snapchat adds new features, Project Morpheus morphs into PlayStation VR, Square and Twitter help you donate to politicians, and Rockstar Games hates the BBC.
Today, we’re going to take a look at three claims that cropped up on social media, and show how they’ve artfully manipulated the truth to achieve the result they want.
They say tragedies bring out the heroes. From 2001 to now, we’ve seen several of them over the years on 9/11.
While Facebook holds the lion’s share of the social market, new services like Kik, Snapchat and WhatsApp threaten to break Facebook’s stranglehold on the social Internet.
Recently, Facebook Messenger added a feature that allows users to download and use ‘Apps for Messenger’ — a collection of apps that let users send messages in creative and ridiculous ways.
You’re probably using Facebook wrong. But don’t feel bad — so is practically everyone else. An unconfigured Facebook page can be desperately annoying — but there are ways to clean it up.
Being aware of online threats is half the battle. Complement that with using the right tools and behaviors, and you should be good. We’ve compiled everything you need to stay safe.
Tesla cheated, phone users are a contradiction, Facebook is insanely popular, Instagram discovers rectangles, and John Oliver teaches geography.
YouTube goes Gaming, Google recruits programmers, the invisible women of Ashley Madison, take the Free Reddit Check, and no one should want a virtual reality Facebook.
Facebook chat on Linux took a hit when Facebook shut down XMPP in April 2015, leaving Pidgin users with Facebook integration unable to chat. Here’s how to change that, with a new Pidgin plugin.
Each of these social media extensions for Chrome provides a great way for you to keep up with your accounts and best of all, they consistently work well.
Google names Android 6.0, Google Hangouts gets own domain, age ratings for music videos, Project Ara gets delayed, Facebook revamps Notes, and the Nokia 3310 is hard as nails.
Google invites Android Experiments, pro gamers tested for drugs, Russia hates Reddit, Sony unsure about Windows 10, Facebook doesn’t appreciate marauders, and the dangers of social media.
LOL is so old hat, Privacy Badger fights back, This Is My Jam archived, proof that typewriters suck, Yahoo advertises once more, and Tesla develops kinky robot charger.