Amazon has introduced a new product in their Echo lineup, it’s called the Echo Look. The device combines a camera with Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant.
Snapchat has introduced a new way to bring their filter to beyond just your face, with World Lenses.
Google has revamped Google Earth, which is two years in the making.
The first day of Facebook’s annual developer conference, F8, had a few announcements which were about augmented reality, VR, Messenger bots and more.
And in case you missed the Day One keynote, here it is:
Since introducing saved posts back in December, Instagram is now adding a new feature to help you organize your saved posts.
Google’s video chat app, Duo is now getting audio calling. The new feature is rolling out to users worldwide.
Apple has introduced a new section to their app store that celebrates the apps and games that were developer in the Toronto and Waterloo area, sometimes referred to as the Canadian Silicon Valley.
It’s that time of year again, April Fools Day. A day to relax but also to be somewhat skeptical about what you see on the internet.
Just days after Google had announced that live-location tracking was coming to Google Maps, Facebook has announced that a similar feature is rolling out to Messenger.
Google has quietly rolled out a new section to their Play Store where users can get one paid app for free. In late February, Google allowed developers to make their paid apps and game temporarily free instead of just a discounted price.