Technology

Apple Reveals Plan For New Products That Will Attract Kids

Apple is planning on releasing a lower priced iPad that'll be introduced in Chicago at an event.

Netflix Wants To Pay You To Binge Watch Netflix

With the plethora of content Netflix releases, the company is looking for an Editorial Analyst of their Originals programming.

Siri Is Spilling The Tea When Your iPhone Is Locked And...

Carrying around your iPhone doesn't exactly come with a Fort Knox like sense of security.  But up until now, we always thought we at least had a bad bitch watching our backs.

YouTube Wants To ‘Frustrate and Seduce’ You Into Buying A Music...

YouTube plans to interrupt every cheap internet user’s favorite music streaming service very soon, according to music industry vet and YouTube global head of music Lyor Cohen.

Craigslist Leaves People Looking For Love Out In The Cold

Finding love and sex online has a history, and apps like Tinder and Bumble couldn't really exists without Craigslist, their embarrassing and pervy grandparent.

The OnePlus 6 Has 8GB of RAM And Is Cheaper Than...

This information makes the OnePlus 6 a much more capable and accessible smartphone than the iPhone X.

WhatsApp’s Founder Tells Users To Delete Facebook

Facebook made headlines in 2014 when it bought WhatsApp for $16 billion. What's going on here?

Introducing Petzbe, The Social Media App For Dogs And Cats

Petzbe, an Instagram-style platform with a strict no-humans policy—even their CEO is a Brussels Griffon named Angus.

New Rumors Claim There Will Be A Foldable iPhone By 2020

Apple will release a foldable iPhone, throwing it back to the early 2000s because that's what people want in the future.

JK: Why Sarcasm Is So Difficult To Detect In Texts And...

Sarcasm, as linguist Robert Gibbs noted, includes “words used to express something other than and especially the opposite of the literal meaning of a sentence.” A form of irony, it also tends to be directed toward a specific individual.