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Android Instant Apps: what do they mean for users and developers?

by Adam Sinicki 2 days ago8 comments

How does the Nokia 8 stack up against the competition?

by Williams Pelegrin 3 days ago0 comments

Is Samsung Internet your new web browser?

by Adam Doud 3 days ago0 comments

Nokia 8 is here: the company’s first true Android flagship

by Andrew Grush 3 days ago0 comments
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Update: Simple text statuses are coming back to Whatsapp

Three weeks after introducing an image-based alternative, WhatsApp has announced that the text-only status feature will return.
by John CallahamMarch 16, 201717

Oculus adds live streaming from Samsung Gear VR to Facebook and more

Oculus has announced some new features and improvements, including a way to live stream Samsung Gear VR gameplay to Facebook.
by John CallahamMarch 10, 20174

Obama’s planned coup and Google’s part in the spreading of fake news

Google and its parent company Alphabet must take action to address what could ultimately be detrimental to the American democracy.
by Brian ReighMarch 6, 201748

Android emoji – everything you need to know

Trying to get into the Emoji world? Our plan here is to take you through an extensive guide on the Android emoji experience.
by Edgar CervantesFebruary 27, 201718
 
 

This is why I won’t be installing Facebook’s new app for TV

Facebook will soon launch a TV app for Apple TV, Samsung Smart TVs and Amazon Fire TV, but do we really want or need Facebook on TV?
by Kris CarlonFebruary 15, 20178

Nearly 100 tech companies, including Google and Apple, unite to fight Trump travel ban

Google, Apple and Facebook are among those who have signed off on a court filing opposing President Trump’s immigration ban.
by Scott Adam GordonFebruary 6, 201774

Facebook’s AI search lets you find images by content

Facebook has built an AI image search system that is capable of seeing and understanding the contents of a photo.
by Mitja RutnikFebruary 3, 2017

Guess how much Facebook’s advertising revenue grew in 2016

Facebook has released its 2016 annual report, revealing staggering growth in daily active users, net income and advertising revenue.
by Kris CarlonFebruary 2, 20172

Google and other major tech companies write open letter to Donald Trump

Microsoft, Facebook and Apple are among those penning a letter to President Trump opposing the recent immigration ban.
by Scott Adam GordonFebruary 2, 2017103

Facebook may be coming to a TV set-top box near you

A new report claims that Facebook is working on a video-themed app specifically for TV set-top boxes, along with plans to license long-form TV content.
by John CallahamJanuary 31, 20173
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