Facebook has kicked off a pilot program that allows certain group admins to charge a monthly member fee.
Facebook has launched a trial of autoplaying video ads in its Messenger app, a move that is sure to please.
Apple will tighten its USB Restricted Mode on iPhones with iOS 12, disabling data access to the Lightning port after an hour without unlocking.
Valve has introduced Steam Chat; a Discord-like voice and messaging service that's currently in beta.
HR software company PageUp reports that the personal data of over 2 million jobseekers may have been compromised
In-depth We've taken a deep dive into Apple's environmental impacts and the initiatives they're taking to stay green.
PUBG developers have released a statement detailing the arrest of 15 Chinese hack producers and sellers.
Twitter introduces a new feature to its timeline – grouping common news links into a single preview.
Facebook has launched a new ad campaign, admitting where the service has fallen short of its initial promises.
Samsung has launched pilot episodes of six new VR TV series, available to watch now on its VR Video service.
Additions to the eBay mobile app's barcode scanner and search functionality should make listing items to sell a breeze.
Based on a report from AdGuard, Google has taken down five malicious extensions with over 20 million users from its Web Store.
Google Lens can now identify dog and cat breeds from a photo on iOS and Android devices with Google Photos installed.
PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) has officially launched for free on iOS and Android in the Western Market.
Sources have revealed a secret Apple manufacturing facility dedicated to developing and testing new display technologies for use in its devices.
The Netflix mobile app will soon introduce previews – vertical tailored trailers that you can skip or replay by swiping.
Files discovered buried in Instagram’s Android app could point to an imminent release of video and voice calling.
DJI is launching a mandatory pre-flight knowledge quiz in Australia after the same tests hit the US and UK late in 2017.
Ahead of its full evaluation, Consumer Reports claims that the Google Home Max beats out the Apple HomePod for audio.