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Instagram finally offers two-factor authentication for everyone

Instagram announced today that two-factor authentication is available to everyone who uses its app, and all we have to say is “Well, it’s about...
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After YouTube boycott, Google pulls ads of offensive content

Google is pulling display ads from being placed alongside a wider range of content on YouTube and other sites, in the wake of a...
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Google Maps can now save your parking spot

Google Maps just added a small but useful update: It can now save where you parked. As first spotted by Ars Technica, the latest Android...
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Netflix new button lets you skip your show’s intro sequence

Netflix appears to be rolling out a button that allows you to skip a shows intro sequence, as spotted by The Verge. It turns...
LinkedIn

LinkedIn open sources Flashback, a tool for mocking internet traffic

LinkedIn, the social network for professionals that is now owned by Microsoft, is making one of the tools that it has developed in-house for...
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Amazon adds Alexa to its main shopping app

Amazon’s virtual assistant just got a much wider audience. The company announced it’s integrating Alexa into its main shopping app on iPhone, starting today...
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Facebook Stories, yet another Snapchat clone

Facebook is introducing yet another feature that clones Snapchat Stories to its massive global userbase called Facebook Stories. Facebook Stories, a feature that puts photos...
Russia

Apple found guilty of fixing iPhone prices in Russia

Apple has been found guilty of fixing the price of iPhones in Russia for several years. Russia’s antitrust regulator, the Federal Antimonopoly Service, said today...
Bringg

Delivery management platform Bringg raises $10 million to help any business...

Bringg, a startup taking advantage of the shift toward faster, more transparent on-demand delivery, has raised an additional $10 million in Series B funding,...
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New iPad models being tested around Cupertino

Several new iPad models have been spotted being tested in Cupertino and nearby locations, according to mobile marketing firm Fiksu — potentially confirming earlier...
John Carmack

Oculus CTO John Carmack is suing ZeniMax for $22.5 million

The feud between Oculus and ZeniMax Media is opening back up once again, this time with the CTO of Oculus, John Carmack, suing his...
Instagram Stories

Instagram Stories launches geostickers as its Snap attack continues

Instagram is steadily closing its feature gap with Snapchat updating Instagram Stories. Today, Instagram launched its first geostickers, which let users add and arrange...
Amazon Office 365

Amazon Alexa now supports Office 365 Calendar

Amazon’s connected speakers and other Alexa-powered devices now work with Office 365 calendars, Amazon announced this morning. The addition is one of several in...
YouTube TV

Google announces YouTube TV service that rivals cable for $35

YouTube wants to replace your cable TV service – for real this time. At an event in California today, the company today announced a virtual...
Amazon Alexa Google Assistant

Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa race to fix the biggest problem

Current-gen voice assistants like Amazon’s Alexa and Google Assistant, – which you can interact with by speaking commands to connected speakers from the respective...
Mozilla Pocket

Mozilla snaps up Pocket in its first-ever acquisition

Mozilla, which is best known for building the Firefox browser, has purchased read-later service Pocket for an undisclosed sum in its first acquisition. The app,...
Apple Unveils iPhone 6

Apple to release $1k iPhone with curved screen

Apple is said to have something special planned for the 10th anniversary of the iPhone and rumors have circulated for months speculating on different...
Samsung Smart TV

Facebook’s new video app hits Samsung Smart TVs

Facebook’s new video app is now available on Samsung Smart TVs – which makes Samsung the first platform to feature the social network’s latest...
Twitter

Twitter is locking accounts that swear at famous people

Last night, developer Victoria Fierce had some harsh words for Vice President Mike Pence. Incensed over the Trump administration’s recent rollback of transgender protections,...
Amazon Alexa

Amazon’s Alexa now has 10,000 skills

Amazon’s Alexa has passed a milestone: there are now 10,000 app “skills” working with the digital assistant, according to Wired. To put that in...

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X-Men Gold Artist Hides Political & Religious Messages In Art

After last week’s X-Men: Gold #1 hit stands, some fans were quick to notice hidden political and religious messages inserted into the art by...

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