The biggest tech headlines of the day include the Senate’s vote to eliminate consumer privacy rules, 71% of Android users running unpatched software and Instagram filtering out sensitive photos.
The major tech headlines of the day include Google’s launch of kid-friendly Family Link and Chrome’s resources getting checked. Plus, Project Sunroof checks if your house is ready for solar power.
Today’s tech headlines include new features for Google Hangouts, GIF support for Android users running GBoard and Pixel owners get told their mic issues are actually legit.
Today’s tech stories you need to know include a rumored line of new Nest products, Airbnb possibly entering the long-term rental market and IBM’s atomic level storage.
The most important tech news of the day includes WikiLeaks’ massive CIA data dump, Tinder’s secret service and Instagram’s rollout of another Snapchat-inspired feature.
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The most important tech stories of the day include Fitbit’s new Alta HR band, a $10M settlement win for League of Legends’ creator and a big drop in demand for pay TV in 2016.
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Today’s biggest stories in tech include a report that the new iPhone 8 will use a USB-C port, Google’s live streaming TV announcement and Microsoft’s new all-you-can-eat game subscription service.
Nintendo’s newest console is an impressive machine with an outstanding Zelda game, but its success will depend on more games, a solid online experience and access to legacy Nintendo games.
Today’s most important tech stories include Spotify’s debut of three exclusive podcasts, Amazon’s first amendment fight and the FCC’s first attempt to chip away at net neutrality.
All the tech headlines that matter today. We delve into new details about the iPhone 8’s possible facial scanner, drone delivery tests being conducted by UPS and the Note 7’s possible comeback.