Facebook and MTV Studios are bringing back the original reality show, 'The Real World.' Next, Twitter has released a trove of posts from Russia’s Internet Research Agency that the company says were meant to influence the 2016 election. Finally, YouTube is back online after suffering a nearly
Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen passed away from complications of cancer on Monday at the age of 65. Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai has for the first time openly confirmed the development of a censored version of the Google search engine for China. Finally, Apple watch is being used to study joint replacement
Call of Duty Black Ops 4 is off to a stellar start. Next, according to Axios Apple has bought music analytics startup Asaii. Finally, Google has been making strides within the field of AI, and now the tech Giant has developed a learning tool, LYNA or Lymph Node Assistant algorithm that can spot advanced
Google announced new assistant features that will soon be rolled out to its Pixel phones. Next, Starting October 12 some Xbox One bundles selling on Amazon will come with a little something extra. Finally, according to TechCrunch Instagram is testing a new way to go through photos on its app.
Apple is planning a revamp of its TV app. Next, Samsung has unveiled the new Galaxy A9 — the first smartphone to feature a quad lens rear camera. Finally, the wait for the PlayStation 5 may soon be over.
Google announced an update to its Google home app for both iOS and Android. Next, Snapchat’s users have sharply declined over the years and in a move to stay relevant the social media platform announced that it will partner with Hollywood production companies to create scripted shows. Finally, Instagram
Fortnite continues to be a money-printing machine for Epic games. And the game-maker is putting some of that money use; the company acquired the Anti-cheat company Kamu. Apple is reportedly trying to recruit UK telecom company BT in an effort to get its TV service strategy off the ground. Facebook has
Facebook users — beware! Officials are warning of viral hoax messages that are currently plaguing the social network. Next, Google’s flagship smartphone the Pixel 3XL will release on Tuesday, October 9th. Finally, Walmart is partnering with MGM to bolster its video-on-demand streaming service Vudu.
TechCrunch reports that Facebook is testing a new privacy setting would share users location history from Instagram to Facebook and as reported by Bloomberg, Chinese operatives allegedly implanted spy chips in hardware of major US companies such as Apple and Amazon.
Blizzard, the makers of hit games 'World of Warcraft,' 'Hearthstone,' and 'Overwatch,' is getting a new leader. Next, Facebook is extending its account deletion grace period from 14 days to 30 days. Finally, Cord cutting is getting a little bit easier thanks to Locast, a new live
Good news for all you iPhone Emoji fans, Apple's upcoming iOS 12.1 update includes over 70 new emojis.Next, Google has launched Voice Access, a new app that helps people with limited mobility navigate their Android devices hands-free. And Apple CEO Tim Cook says we shouldn't believe tech companies
It's long been rumored that Google has been working on a video game streaming service and the tech giant has finally made it official. Next, speaking of Google, the company has recently revamped its map app to help commuters get to work. Finally, it's the scandal that is rocking the iPhone world
It looks like charging issues continue to plague some iPhone 10s and 10s max. Facebook could be fined up to $1.63 billion by the EU for the massive data breach that compromised more than 50 million accounts. Finally, Tesla CEO Elon Musk reaches a deal with the SEC over his August tweet in which he said
Spotify is sick of you sharing your Premium Family plans with friends, the streaming service is now sending out emails asking for GPS coordinates to confirm that you live at the same address as the other people listed on your account. A Taiwanese hacker claims that he'll stream himself deleting Mark
Voting machines used across the country are vulnerable to a hack attack that was discovered 11 years ago. Next, The FCC wants 5G technology deployed as fast as possible. Finally, Uber has agreed to pay a $148 million settlement related to a 2016 hacking attack that exposed millions of user emails and
Tomorrow is Google's 20th anniversary, and to celebrate the company is releasing a host of updates to its search engine. Next, Qualcomm is suing Apple claiming that the iPhone maker stole secret code used for Qualcomm's smartphone modems and handed it to rival Intel to improve that company'
Instagram cofounders are leaving the company. A Facebook content moderator is suing the company over emotional trauma suffered. Finally, Roku has announced its new Roku Premiere streaming device, which lets you stream 4K content to your TV for just $40.
An executive order in the works could sick antitrust investigators on tech giants like Google and Facebook. Next, according to the Wall Street Journal, Apple canned a show planned as one of its first original offerings because it had too much violence and sex. Finally, Tesla is offering a door-to-door
Google is taking heat for a series of internal emails. Next, the EU is calling on Facebook to better disclose how user data is used — or face sanctions. Finally, Amazon has launched a slew of new Alexa-powered devices, the most bizarre of which is a new microwave.
Sony announces its new PlayStation Classic console. Next, the Senate passes a bill that will change the way music creators are paid through streaming services and internet radio. And finally, If you've been holding off on updating your iPhone or iPad to iOS 12, you're making a serious mistake
We officially know who will take the first commercial trip around the moon on a SpaceX rocket. According to CNBC, Amazon will launch 8 new Alexa-powered devices before the end of the year. Finally, Apple has managed to dodge President Trump's proposed tariffs on $200 billion in goods made in China
According to The Wall Street Journal, Amazon employees in China are selling email addresses of customers who leave negative reviews on products. Also on Amazon, it's opened its first cashless Amazon Go store outside of Seattle located in Chicago. Finally, Apple’s iOS 12 is available today, which
We may soon learn where Amazon will build its HQ2 facility. Next, Nintendo has announced the pricing and availability of its online service. Finally, Elon Musks SpaceX says it has booked its first passenger on a trip around the Moon its rocket nicknamed BFR.
Apple unveiled 3 new iPhones: the XS, XS Max and XR. Next, Google announced that Gmail is discontinuing its experimental Inbox App. Finally, Nintendo announced its Switch console 6.0.0 system update will arrive alongside the Online Service activation on September 18.
Today Apple unveiled its new lineup of iPhones and a new Apple watch, and they look pretty impressive, and so does the price. Next, if you are in the path of Hurricane Florence and need help getting gas before the storm hits, the GasBuddy app has your back. Finally, Amazon announced it’s expanding Whole