Cyanogen failed to kill Android, now it is shuttering its services and OS as...

It’s been a rocky few months for Cyanogen, the ambitious startup that aimed to build a better version of Android than Google. It has laid off...

Tinder Boost, letting you pay to skip the line, goes live worldwide

 Tinder Boost, the feature that lets users pay to have their profile shown first in the feed, has gone live worldwide as of today. The company started testing the feature...

Microsoft’s Path Guide is an unconventional approach to indoor navigation

Indoor mapping is one of those stubborn problems that seems to only have solutions that involve a great deal of money and infrastructure: beacons, lasers,...

Vehicle security device Ernest launches today

Ernest is a bit difficult to describe. It’s a device, it’s two devices, it’s an app, and according to its founder, Arturs Pumpurs, it’s a...

Uber has seen a sharp drop in new driver retention this year: Apptopia

Uber has seen a sharp drop in retention rates for new drivers in the U.S., according to analysis of the Uber driver app provided to...

Photo app Ever removed its spammy SMS feature after Apple banned it

Score one for the consumer against the indefatigable force of growth hacking. Ever, the photo storage app that we called out in September for spamming...

Signal gets disappearing messages – but for tidiness, not privacy

 Messaging app Signal is proud to be end-to-end encrypted, and privacy is their watchword — but its new ephemeral messages aren’t being billed as tools to that end, and nor...

Payments are all that’s needed for chatbots to deliver on their promise, says Kik...

After the initial hype, chatbots have been written off by many in the tech industry for failing to deliver on their promise. But one of...

Giphy Launches Camera App Giphy Cam for Android

Giphy's camera app has been launched for Android and been updated to version 2.5.1 on iOS. Source link

Google Classroom now lets anyone school anyone else

Google Classroom is opening up even further: After allowing anyone to join classes last month, expanding the learner side of the equation beyond just those...

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Twitter may soon allow editing tweets

It appears Jack Dorsey, the Twitter CEO, is considering giving more power to people by allowing them to edit tweets. Dorsey took to...