Snapchat has introduced a new feature called Context Cards. These will help users get more information about a Snap their viewing.
Earlier this year, Plex acquired video news service, Watchup and now they’re putting the acquisition to good use, with the launch of Plex News.
Ever since Apple announced their latest iPhones had wireless charging, accessory makers like Belkin and Mophie have been announcing new wireless charging pads for the new iPhones.
Apple made a couple of announcements at their first-ever event at the new Steve Jobs Theater at their new headquarters called Apple Park.
Some of the announcements include new iPhones, a new Apple Watch and more.
Back in March, Google’s internal incubator, Area120 released an iOS-only app called Uptime, which aimed to make watching YouTube video more social by letting users react, comment on videos while watching in real-time with friends.
Starting today, the app is available in Canada and Australia.
Fitbit has announced their newest smartwatch with the Fitbit Ionic.
There’s no doubt that the future is all about AI (artificial intelligence) and machine learning. Every tech company from Google, Amazon to even Facebook is getting on the AI trend.
Facebook first launched their AI assistant called M to users in the US back in April, now it’s expanding it to users in Canada, Australia, South Africa and the UK.
Today marks the 10th anniversary of the iPhone’s release. It was back 2007 at Mac World, where Steve Jobs introduced their revolutionary product.
Back at I/O 2017, Google showed off a few new features that were coming to Google Photos including, Google Lens, Suggested Sharing and Shared Libraries. The latter is rolling out now to all devices.
Apple has introduced some Today at Apple sessions, which focused on getting kids to learn how to code and showing off their creative side.