Chances are you’ve already seen the new emoticon reactions popping up in your Facebook feed, but in case you haven’t here’s the lowdown.
Whether you’re working on the next great American novel, or just jotting down your grocery list, Google Docs just made it easier with its new voice dictation feature.
Need to blur out that license plate number or a stranger’s face in your video? YouTube now offers an editing tool that lets you blur out any part of your video before you hit the final publish button.
Google-owned Boston Dynamics released a video this week of the latest version of its humanoid robot, Atlas. The robot is impressively nimble walking through snow, and can even pick itself back up after being pushed over.
According to sources, Siri is slated to appear in the next OS X update this fall. She’ll live on your menu bar and will be activated by clicking on the icon or saying the familiar “Hey Siri” to beckon the digital assistant.
In an effort to combat ISIS messaging on social media, the Obama Administration brought together top tech representatives from Facebook, Twitter, Apple, Snapchat, and MTV this week.
Instagram released its advertiser numbers this week and they’ve grown tremendously from just a few hundred last June.
Facebook loves keeping users inside Facebook, and they’ve just launched immersive ads that allow creative long form ads that load more quickly than outside websites.
Google has added Accelerated Mobile Pages to its search results which makes mobile pages load four times faster. WordPress is automatically providing AMP support for any WordPress.com site and self-hosted sites can enable AMP with a simple plugin.
Google Play has updated its Developer Console to allow developers to better analyze and manage ratings and reviews. Developers can now see how reviews change over time and easily spot changes when a new version of their app is released.
Read our Friday Top 10 Tech post on March 4, 2016.Back to blog