Share This: Tip 1 of 20: Facebook is arguably the most popular social network on the planet, with people relying on its messaging service to communicate with friends and family around the world on your smartphone or tablet. Facebook has made a number of changes to the Messenger app over the past year, and here is where we give you a heads up on some of the best tips and tricks to help you get…"Best Messenger tips: How to send Snapchat-style photos with Facebook Messenger – How-To – PC Advisor"
Share This: I think it’s an understatement to say there have been some issues with manufacturers getting Nougat rolled out to their devices in a timely manner. We first reported on Samsung’s Nougat beta back in March of last year, but several regions have yet to see the latest version of Android on their devices. A rumor just a few weeks ago suggested Samsung may have stopped the Nougat rollout due to bugs. Now, a…"Samsung rep says not all regions will get Nougat this quarter"
Share This: Dating apps are a dime a dozen these days, most offering some unique gimmick to draw in users. For instance, apps like Bumble allow only women to make first contact with prospective matches, while Coffee Meets Bagel has expiring chat rooms. The thing is, most all of them involve choosing general interests — that is, things you love — in order to match you up with people who share your enthusiasm. 10 BEST…"Hater dating app matches you based mutual topics of hate"
Share This: With tax season looming, cyber criminals are gearing up to take advantage of unsuspecting Canadians by posing as the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), often requesting personal information or money in exchange for alleged overdue fees. READ MORE: Tax season brings tax scams, warns CRA These deceptive emails are often so-called phishing scams, a type of online identity theft often used by criminals to trick users into handing over personal data and online passwords.…"Tax season, scam season: Don’t fall for CRA income tax email scams"
Share This: This spring, Microsoft will release the next major update to Windows 10. Dubbed Creators Update, the free download includes new 3D apps, VR capabilities and 4K game streaming among its flashier features. But you don’t need to be a graphics professional or VR-headset owner to appreciate what the Creators Update has in store. I’ve just spent weeks using a preview build of Microsoft’s operating system and pouring over Microsoft’s change logs, and found…"The 10 best features coming to Windows 10 – CNET"
Share This: Android Nougat is Google’s big refresh of its phone and tablet operating system – an OS that’s been so thoroughly refined that the company is now more than halfway through the alphabet with names, at letter 14 of 26. It won’t stop at Android 7.0, either. Android 7.1 launched on Nexus devices in October and Android 7.1.1 came to Google phones and tablets on December 5, while a possible Android O is now…"Android Nougat release date: when you’ll get it and everything you need to know | TechRadar"
Share This: Uber’s CEO, Travis Kalanick, is stepping down from Donald Trump’s economic advisory council following intense criticism and an online boycott of the company over its ties to the new administration, the company confirmed on Thursday. Facebook, Apple and Google pen letter opposing Trump’s travel ban Read more “Earlier today I spoke briefly with the president about the immigration executive order and its issues for our community,” Kalanick wrote in an email to…"Uber CEO steps down from Trump advisory council after users boycott | Technology | The Guardian"
Share This: At Snap, cost of hosting sets high bar for revenue growth FILE PHOTO – The Snapchat logo is seen on the door of their headquarters in Venice, Los Angeles, California October 13, 2014.REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson/File Photo By Stephen Nellis and Liana B. Baker | SAN FRANCISCO Snap Inc’s initial public offering filing seemed to show a company with a basic math problem: the company’s cost of revenue for 2016 – the amount it…"At Snap, cost of hosting sets high bar for revenue growth"
Share This: Google sells satellite imaging business Terra Bella to Planet Labs FILE PHOTO The Google logo is seen on a door at the company’s office in Tel Aviv January 26, 2011.REUTERS/Baz Ratner/File Photo Alphabet Inc’s Google said on Friday it would sell its satellite imaging business, Terra Bella, to Planet Labs, a San Francisco-based private satellite operator founded by former NASA scientists. The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. …"Google sells satellite imaging business Terra Bella to Planet Labs"
Share This: The ink had barely dried on President Donald Trump’s executive order when the tech industry started speaking out against it. The order, signed late Friday, temporarily banned immigration from seven countries. As it was being implemented over the weekend, reportedly kicking families off planes and disrupting travel for hundreds of people, tech industry CEOs and their companies began criticizing the move as “un-American,” and vowed to do what they could to ease its…"Here’s what tech has to say about Trump’s immigration ban"