Fake News Are Tech Companies Responsibility, Apple’s Eddy Cue Says

Fake News Are Tech Companies Responsibility, Apple’s Eddy Cue Says

Eddy Cue, the Senior Vice President of Apple, revealed that tech companies have the power to control spreading of fake news.

by Mae Cervantes

Facebook Experimenting On Pop-up Posts Notifications

Facebook Experimenting On Pop-up Posts Notifications

Facebook is reportedly testing a new pop-up posts notification feature on a small set of users.

by Mae Cervantes

Techs And Apps You Need For V-Day

Brokenhearted Or Not, Here Are Techs You Need For V-Day

Whether you're single or in a relationship, technology can help you get through Valentine's Day.

by Edge Ison

Sapio App Is The Perfect App To Find A Smart Date For Valentine's

Sapio App Is The Perfect App To Find A Smart Date For Valentine's

Sapio App can match people with the similar intelligence level.

by Andy Franco

Apple CEO Tim Cook: Augmented Reality Is A 'Core Technology'

Apple CEO Tim Cook: Augmented Reality Is A 'Core Technology'

Tim Cook once again favors Augmented Reality over Virtual Reality, hinting that the Cupertino-based company seems to be exploring the AR concept.

by Mae Cervantes

2017 Grammy Awards Live Stream: How To Watch Via iPhone, iPad, iTouch, Mac And Apple TV

2017 Grammy Awards Live Stream: How To Watch Via iPhone, iPad, iTouch, Mac And Apple TV

The 59th annual Grammy Awards will air Sunday on CBS and via CBS All Access.

by Mae Cervantes

Two-Step Verification Now Available On WhatsApp

Two-Step Verification Now Available On WhatsApp

WhatsApp's two-step verification is an optional feature that adds more security to the account via passcode.

by Mae Cervantes

Confide's Self Destructing Messages Is A Popular Tool For Republicans

Confide's Self Destructing Messages Is A Popular Tool For Republicans

Republicans and members of Donald Trump's administration are relying on the Confide app to keep their conversations from being leaked to the public.

by Edge Ison

Google Nears 10th Anniversary

Google Offers Virtual Reality Experience With WebVR For Chrome

Google brings virtual reality to Chrome with the WebVR app.

by Victor Thomson

YouTube Go Beta Finally Available; Saving Videos To Watch Offline Now Possible

YouTube Go Beta Finally Available; Saving Videos To Watch Offline Now Possible

Unveiled last September, the YouTube Go Beta app is now available in the Google Play Store. On the new app, users can save videos and watch it online or even share it with friends via Bluetooth.

by Cameron

Google Merges YouTube Music And Google Play Music; Plans To Remove Thousands Of Apps From Play Store

Google Merges YouTube Music And Google Play Music; Plans To Remove Thousands Of Apps From Play Store

YouTube and Google Play Music are combining while Google asks app developers to provide a valid privacy policy.

by Andy Franco

Dropbox Hires Google's Material Design Guru Nicholas Jitkoff

Dropbox Hires Google's Material Design Guru Nicholas Jitkoff

Google's former lead for Material Design, Nicholas Jitkoff, is the new Vice President of Design for Dropbox.

by Mae Cervantes

PayPal And Slack Lets You Pay Your Co-Worker For Drinks Tonight Or Coffee Tomorrow

PayPal And Slack Let You Pay Your Co-Worker's Coffee And Lunch

A new app by PayPal allows Slack users to complete financial transactions like paying for coffee, lunch or drinks among colleagues.

by Edge Ison

How To Use YouTube App's New Fastforward And Rewind Feature

How To Use YouTube App's New Fastforward And Rewind Feature

YouTube has rolled out a new capability to fast forward and rewind 10 seconds with a tap.

by Andy Franco

Apple 'Video Education Bundle' Offers Big Discount On Editing Apps For Students And Teachers

Apple 'Video Education Bundle' Offers Big Discount On Editing Apps For Students And Teachers

Apple is now offering a massive audio and video editing software deal that is going to be available for students and teachers.

by Andy Franco

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