Sunday, January 19, 2020

Chrome will make website notification requests less irritating

Mozilla isn't the only one waging war against annoying website notification requests. Google has announced that Chrome 80 will show a "quieter" notification interface...

TikTok’s revenue said to skyrocket over 300% in Q4

According to newly released third-party data, TikTok has reason to dance. The famous short-video application saw its in-app purchase revenue rise 310% on a year-over-year...

GE’s wireless smart switch works without a hub

It's been a while since we heard from GE about its smart home arm, but today the company announced several new items designed to...

ProtonMail debuts an encrypted calendar app

ProtonMail is known for its encrypted email service, which it offers as a more secure alternative to products like Google's Gmail. In recent years,...

Blindlee is Chatroulette for dating with a safety screen

Make space for another dating app in your single life: Blindlee is Chatroulette for dating but with female-friendly guardrails in the form of a...

Apple’s App Store holiday giveaway starts today

Whether you're a longtime user or you have a new iPhone waiting under the tree, the company is celebrating the holidays with some App Store...

Pokémon games are available to play on Facebook

You don't have to fire up a Nintendo console or launch a phone app to play Pokémon video games from now on. The Pokémon...

Google Assistant gets a customized alarm based on weather and time

Alarm clocks were one of the most obvious implementations since the introduction of the smart screen. Devices like Lenovo’s Smart Clock and the Amazon...

Google Stadia achievements are live on the web

Google is slowly but surely expanding Stadia's feature set. The Stream Connect split-screen mode emerged with the release of Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Breakpoint...

Facebook Watch could soon play music videos

Facebook may soon bring music videos to Watch. The company is reportedly negotiating new licensing deals with Universal Music Group, Sony Music and Warner...