Friday, January 21, 2022

Siri will now answer your election questions

Apple’s built-in voice assistant won’t help you figure out who to vote for, but it will be able to update you on different races...

Facebook reports revenue miss, plans to break out AR/VR top lines

U.S. social networking giant Facebook reported its Q3 financial results today after the bell. It reported $29.0 billion in total revenue and earnings per...

Intel is reportedly close to buying transit app creator Moovit

Intel’s autonomous driving ambitions may soon get a boost from a well-known app developer. Calcalist, The Marker and TechCrunch sources claim Intel is close...

Instagram makes it easier to edit Reels

Instagram is bringing a few changes to Reels in an effort to win over TikTok users. On Reels, you can now create clips up...

Microsoft’s Windows store is now open to third-party app stores

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Twitter wants you to retweet with TikTok-like reaction videos

Everybody wants a little of that TikTok magic. To that end, Twitter is rolling out a new test feature that invites people to post video...

Why We Take Unfollowing On Instagram So Personally

Clicking around to find out who unfollowed you on Instagram is like signing up for devastation on the level of listening to Olivia Rodrigo...

Quibi fast-tracks plans to bring its bite-sized shows to TVs

Did you wonder why Quibi insisted on launching a mobile-focused video service in the middle of a pandemic without a realistic way to watch...

A bunch of EA classics are on sale at Amazon

If you’ve wanted to add to your PC games collection, Amazon’s latest EA sale is a good way to do that. Right now you...

YouTube tested a way to sync downloads across devices

One of the most notable YouTube premium features is the ability to download basically any video for offline playback. According to Android Police, YouTube...