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8 ways the Galaxy S8 is objectively better than the iPhone 7

by Kris Carlon 9 hours ago76 comments

Samsung DeX review – can your smartphone replace a PC?

by Nirave Gondhia 3 days ago25 comments

Have phones become too expensive?

by Robert Triggs 1 day ago101 comments

Sony Xperia XZs review

by Lanh Nguyen 2 days ago37 comments
39 articles

Google reportedly working on a social app for group photo editing

According to TechCrunch, Google is working on a new social app for group photo editing, which might be unveiled this May at Google I/O.
by Brian ReighMarch 24, 20177

Instagram now has 500 million users, 300 million of them active every day

Instagram has announced it now has 500 million users, 300 million of whom use the social media platform every single day.
by Sean KingJune 21, 20165

Samsung’s experimental C-Lab projects at SXSW look pretty crazy

Samsung is showcasing an app that writes music based on your hums, a collaborative social media app, and VR tech that convinces you you're flying.
by John DyeMarch 15, 20161

Twitter’s controversial Facebook-like feed algorithm is officially live

Twitter has officially rolled out its controversial new Facebook-like algorithm which automatically sorts your feed into what Twitter thinks you would be most interested in.
by Kris CarlonFebruary 10, 20163
 
 

Pope Francis calls texts, internet, social media ‘gifts of God’

Pope Francis: “Social networks can promote the good of society, but they can also lead to further polarization and division.”
by John DyeJanuary 22, 201686

Facebook’s offline news feed lets you continue your obsession even in the subway

Anybody who uses public transport knows the frustration of having to stop obsessively scrolling through their Facebook feed when they’re underground.
by John DyeDecember 10, 20154

Google tests teen waters with social media app Who’s Down

Google is dipping their toes into teen social media with a new app called Who’s Down. The app serves as a way to broadcast one’s availability and interest so as to bring together ...
by John DyeOctober 30, 201522

Peeple app will let everyone you know rate you like a restaurant, whether you like it or not

Ever wanted to give your friends their own Yelp-like review, Peeple will be your opportunity. Is this self proclaimed "positivity app for positive people" actually a recipe for disaster ...
by John DyeOctober 1, 20159

Fingr – Indie app of the day

Today's indie app of the day is Fingr. This budding social network includes open-forum style, location-based chatting and scavenger hunts!
by Joe HindyNovember 23, 20142

Buzz Social Networking Map – Indie app of the day

Today's indie app of the day is Buzz Social Networking Map. It essentially turns any location into a potential live chat room. Check it out!
by Joe HindyOctober 27, 2014
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