WhatsApp is rolling out a new feature that lets users write status updates with a colorful background
After months of waiting Google finally announced today next version of Android will officially be going by the name of Android Oreo.
A new study has found that when replacement touch screens are embedded with a malicious chip, they can be used to compromise your smartphone.
Facebook has announced two new updates that will limit video clickbait posts from appearing in the News Feed. The posts being targeted are those that have fake video play buttons embedded into an image, and videos of a static image.
Smartphone app Natural Cycles, the first app certified as a form of contraception in Europe, is setting its sights on the US next.
Your next Android phone could have some wild depth-sensing abilities
A new study claims to have found a huge expanse of volcanoes lurking beneath the ice in Antarctica. Scientists unearthed a total of 91 previously undiscovered volcanoes — some stretching up to 3,850 metres (12,600 feet) in height — in the region known as the West Antarctic Rift System (WARS).
Pretty soon, you might be able to tell when a YouTube video is in the process of going viral. As spotted by Android Police, YouTube appears to be testing a new feature that will display concurrent viewer counts, giving you an insight on how many people are watching the same video at the same time
We have some news for anyone emotionally attached to the idea of an embedded Touch ID feature on the new iPhone.
YouTube Red users have had the option to listen to music offline in YouTube Music for some time, but only through the offline mixtape feature, which is automatically populated based on your listening history.
Last week, an early build of Apple’s HomePod firmware was shared on Apple’s developer website.
While Samsung and Apple continued to occupy long-time number one and two spots in the global smartphone market in the second quarter of the year, Chinese Android OEMs Huawei, Oppo and Xiaomi are continuing to close the gap.
Apple has announced plans to kill off the iPod nano and shuffle.
For a select number of users, Google searches are about to become more annoying. The company is testing autoplaying videos in the Knowledge Panel of search results, as spotted by SEM Post.
The big news in tech this morning? Microsoft’s 32-year-old Paint program. Oh — and we’re expecting a new phone or two from Motorola. It’s that kind of day
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Today, Facebook is rolling out a new feature called “Groups for Pages,” which will let artists, brands, businesses and newspapers create their own fan clubs.
Twitter today offered an update on how its improvements to user safety and its newer anti-abuse measures are having an impact.
Apple shows off some of the new emoji coming to iOS and macOS later this year
The prognosis on SoundCloud, the popular but financially strapped streaming service, has been grim for all of 2017, with 40 percent of its staff laid off last week and statements from its founders that it may not have enough money to see it through the year.