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Facebook Profile Picture Guard And Other Tools Aim To Protect Women In India

Facebook has kicked off a new pilot program in India to give users more control over who can access and use their profile photo. With guarded photos, the social network aims to prevent misuse.

Internet

Unicode 10 To Come With 56 Emojis For iPhones Everywhere, Including A T-Rex And The Colbert Emoji

Unicode 10 has now officially rolled out, finalizing the code points required for new emoji support. It’s now up to vendors such as Google, Apple, or Microsoft to support them via their next software updates.

Apps/Software

Apple Devs Can Now Access Second Beta Versions Of iOS 11, macOS 10.13, watchOS 4, And tvOS 11

Apple has now officially seeded the second beta versions of its software for developers, bringing a number of changes and improvements to iOS, macOS, watch OS, and tvOS. The final, stable versions are set to arrive this fall.

Apps/Software

Snapchat's New Feature Snap Map Tells You Where Your Friends Are All The Time

Snapchat has rolled out a new feature called Snap Map, allowing users to share their location and view friends’ locations in a map. To bring the feature, Snapchat reportedly had to acquire a company for hundreds of millions of dollars.

Apps/Software

Steve Jobs Created The iPhone Because He Hated A Microsoft Employee: Here's The Story

The iPhone, Apple's flagship device, has long been attributed as a product of the genius of Steve Jobs. Apparently, though, it is also a product of his hate against a Microsoft employee.

Apple

Virgin Mobile Goes Exclusively For iPhone And Offers A Year Of Service For Only A Dollar

Want a year of unlimited talk, text, and data for only a dollar? Virgin Mobile is offering just that, but there are a few catches.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

Uber Keeps Bleeding Executives: Travis Kalanick Resigns As CEO At Shareholders' Request

Uber has been struggling to handle an executive exodus and sexual harassment allegations, and now it's headed into a new chapter. Amid mounting pressure from shareholders, Travis Kalanick has resigned as CEO.

Business Tech June 21, 2017

OnePlus 5 Is As Powerful As Expected, But It's No Flagship Killer

The OnePlus 5 is now official and it's the most expensive OnePlus smartphone to date, but it's no longer a flagship killer. Is OnePlus losing its competitiveness?

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech

Ford Announces New Focus Manufacturing Plans, Shifts Production From Mexico To China

Ford has revealed its plans to move production of the all-new Focus from Mexico to China, following its decision to scrap the project to build a plant in San Luis Potosi.

Business Tech June 21, 2017

Lenovo Shows Off Crazy Foldable Laptop Concept With A Flexible Screen And Powered By Voice Commands

At the Lenovo Transforms event in New York City, Lenovo senior VP Christian Teismann showed off a crazy foldable laptop concept with a flexible screen. Will the device ever become a reality?

Computers June 21, 2017

Amazon Echo Now Supports SiriusXM: Here's How To Have Alexa Play Howard Stern's Channel And Others

SiriusXM has just announced that it now supports listening with your Amazon Echo. Available as an Alexa Skill, SiriusXM also enables subscribers to play their favorite radio shows through voice commands.

Apps/Software June 21, 2017

New Apple Ads Show You How To Use Memories Feature, An Old Man Living In Your iPhone

Apple has released a new ad called The Archives, a cinematic and emotional representation of using the Memories feature on the Photos app. In addition, the company also published a more straightforward video on how to use the Memories.

Apple June 21, 2017

Apple's Confidential Seminar To Fight Against Leaks Just Got Leaked

A recording of an internal briefing at Apple about preventing leaks has just leaked, describing the different ways information or product parts illegally make it to the public. It turns out, Apple really tries hard to keep everything a surprise.

Apple

OnePlus 5 vs OnePlus 3T: Here's Why You Should Upgrade To The New OnePlus Smartphone

The OnePlus 5, the successor to the OnePlus 3T, has finally been unveiled. Here are the reasons why OnePlus 3T owners should upgrade to the faster and more powerful OnePlus 5.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech June 21, 2017

AMD Targets Intel's Xeon Line With Epyc Server Processor That Offers Up To 32 'Zen' Cores

AMD has taken the wraps off the server processor Epyc, gunning for Intel's Xeon lineup. The Epyc 7000 series is available in configurations of up to 32 'Zen' cores and 64 threads.

Computers June 20, 2017

Samsung Fans, Mark Your Calendars: Galaxy Note 8 Launch Date Pegged For Aug. 26

Samsung is planning to launch the Galaxy Note 8 on Aug. 26 in a New York City event, according to a company official. Will the smartphone allow Samsung to recover from the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco?

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech June 21, 2017

You Can Now Tip Your Uber Driver As Ride-Hailing Service Undergoes Overhaul

Uber customers all over the United States will soon be able to tip their drivers, with the feature made available first in Houston, Minneapolis, and Seattle. The move is part of what Uber calls '180 Days of Change.'

Business Tech June 21, 2017

The OnePlus 5: A Balance Of Power And Affordability

OnePlus has given us all the details regarding its upcoming flagship, and it's impressive as ever. Powerful and affordable, the OnePlus 5 is one of the best smartphones in the market.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech June 21, 2017

Firefox Brings Its Private Web Browser To Android Devices

Privacy advocates have a new option on Android devices. Mozilla has brought its Firefox Focus browser to Android devices.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech June 20, 2017

In Self-Driving Car Case, Tesla Is Found To Be Not At Fault, Here's Why

In the first fatal car crash involving a self-driving car, Tesla has been found not at fault. The investigation is ongoing, but a recently released report concludes that Tesla's autopilot systems did not cause the crash.

Car Tech June 20, 2017

Amazon Prime Wardrobe Lets You Try Before You Buy, Pay Only For What You Keep [Video]

Amazon has announced a new service called Prime Wardrobe, which will let users try on clothes, shoes and accessories and return them for free, paying only for what they keep. Here's all you need to know.

Internet June 20, 2017

Looking For A Job? Google Has Your Back [Video]

Lookign for a job can be challenging, but Google wants to help. The company is ready to roll out a job search feature as part of its Google for Jobs initiative, aiming to help Americans find jobs easier.

Internet June 20, 2017

Solar Red HTC U11 Hits US, Summer Sale Knocks $200 Off Other HTC Smartphones

A new HTC U11 Solar Red color option is now available in the United States, coming unlocked and compatible with all major carriers. HTC is also running a summer sale with up to $200 off select smartphones.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech June 20, 2017

Buy A Google Pixel XL, Get A Free Google Home

The Google Store has launched a promotion that offers a free Google Home for every purchase of the Google Pixel XL. Customers who have their eye on these two devices should send in their order as soon as they can.

Google June 20, 2017

Apple Music Now Offers A $99 Annual Subscription: Your Move, Spotify And Pandora

Apple quietly added a $99 annual subscription option for Apple Music, which translates to about $8.25 per month. Previously, Apple Music only offered a $9.99 monthly subscription, similar to rivals Spotify and Pandora.

Apple June 20, 2017

Snapchat Users To See More Ads, Original Shows As $100 Million Time Warner Deal Pushes Through

Snap Inc. has reached an agreement with Time Warner to produce more TV-like shows on Snapchat, which entails ads for HBO, Turner, and Warner Bros. The two-year deal is reportedly worth $100 million.

Apps/Software June 20, 2017

Ikea Teams Up With Apple To Bring Virtual Furniture To Your Home Through Augmented Reality Tech

Ikea teamed up with Apple to create a new augmented reality app based on the ARKit that was unveiled at WWDC 2017. The app will place photo-realistic renders of furniture on top of pictures that customers take of their homes.

Apple June 20, 2017

NTSB: Tesla Model S In Fatal 2016 Autopilot Crash Issued Repeated Warnings To Driver

The National Transportation Safety Board has released new details about a car crash last year involving Joshua Brown and his Tesla Model S. The board, however, hasn’t yet concluded on what caused the crash.

Car Tech June 20, 2017

Confirmed: Rugged Galaxy S8 Active Is Official, Samsung Accidentally Reveals

If you wanted evidence that points to the existence of the Galaxy S8 active, then Samsung has got you covered. The smartphone maker may have accidentally revealed the rugged handset via its official Knox website.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech June 20, 2017

Verizon Is The Fastest Mobile Network In The US

According to an in-depth study by PCMag, Verizon is the fastest U.S. network, but not exactly by a mile. The results come as all major carriers fight to be on top, especially with the promise of 5G inching closer.

Internet June 20, 2017

Leaked Screen Protectors Confirm iPhone 8 Final Design: Almost No Bezels For The Premium Apple Smartphone

Leaked screen protectors for the iPhone 8 have confirmed the final design for the upcoming premium smartphone. It will have a nearly bezel-less display, with no home button at the front.

Apple June 20, 2017

Google Play Music Launches 'Exclusive' Radio Station For Samsung Galaxy S8

Google Play Music has launched New Release Radio, an exclusive radio station for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. The exclusivity of the feature for these smartphones, however, has been called into question.

Google June 20, 2017

Nokia And Microsoft Vets Form Startup Varjo, Aim To Make VR Right With 'Human Eye-Resolution' Headset

People from Microsoft, Nokia, and other companies have banded together to form Varjo, a VR startup that wants to create the highest-resolution VR headset there is. Surprisingly, its technology is based on how human vision works.

Wearable Tech June 19, 2017

Unsecured Data Warehouse Exposed Almost All American Voters To Risk

The 2016 election may be over, but the consequences live on. A Republican-affiliated data firm left the data of nearly 200 million Americans in an unsecured data warehouse.

Security June 20, 2017

After Whole Foods, What Industries Will Amazon Conquer Next?

Where does Amazon go now that it has bought Whole Foods? Here are some thoughts on what industries Amazon may expand into after Whole Foods.

Business Tech June 19, 2017

LG G6 Plus Debuts With 128 GB Storage, Wireless Charging And More 'Enhanced Features'

LG has announced a new LG G6+ with more storage, higher-quality audio, and wireless charging. The LG G6 and LG G6+ will also get some neat new features with an upcoming software update.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech June 19, 2017

How YouTube Plans To Counter Extremist Videos: Bury Them

Google has announced new measures to counter extremist videos on YouTube. Under the new policy, offensive videos that don't really violate specific guidelines will just get buried, and no ads will appear alongside them.

Internet June 19, 2017

This Is Samsung's Problem In Embedding The Galaxy Note 8 Fingerprint Scanner Under The Screen

Samsung is reportedly having technical issues with its plan of embedding the fingerprint scanner underneath the display of the upcoming Galaxy Note 8. According to an insider, this is the problem that the company has encountered.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech June 19, 2017

Google Could Face Massive Fine In Europe Over Shopping Tools

A report revealed that the European Commission could fine Google over a billion dollars for intentionally steering search engine users to its own shopping service. This promotion was viewed as misuse of Google's monopoly in internet search.

Business Tech June 19, 2017

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Needs $5 Billion To Become The Richest Person In The World

Bill Gates is still the world’s richest person, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, which sees Bezos behind the Microsoft cofounder. However, he only needs $5 billion more to surpass Gates.

Business Tech June 19, 2017

Surface Book Users Not Allowed To Take Tennessee Bar Exams, MacBook Pro's Touch Bar Banned Too

Take note, lawyers-to-be: the Tennessee Board of Law Examiners has announced new prohibitions regarding the use of certain devices during the bar exam next month. Tough luck if you were planning to use a Surface Book or a tablet.

Computers June 19, 2017

OnePlus 5 TV Ad Shows Off Dual Cameras, Gives Early Look At The Entire Smartphone

The OnePlus 5 is on TV with a new ad, and aside from showcasing dual cameras, the commercial offers a close look at the highly anticipated smartphone.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech June 19, 2017

Google Escalates Fight Against Terrorism: Here Are The 4 Things That It Will Do

Google outlined four things that it will do to escalate its fight against terrorism and extremist content online. The Alphabet unit has also committed to teaming up with colleagues in the tech industry, including Microsoft, Facebook, and Twitter.

Google June 19, 2017

As Amazon Acquires Whole Foods, 1 More Job Could Be Made Obsolete By Technology

Amazon has recently announced plans to acquire the supermarket chain Whole Foods for $13.7 billion. While it promises not to replace workers with robots, it may still be taken as a sign that cashiers are becoming among the jobs made obsolete by technology.

Business Tech June 18, 2017

Apple Will Allow Google Assistant To Replace Siri On iPhone 7s And iPhone 8: Is This Rumor True?

A new rumor claims that Apple will allow Google Assistant to replace Siri on the upcoming iPhone models as the default virtual assistant. Is this rumor true, or does it sound absurd?

Apple June 18, 2017

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