Electronics

Fam lets you do group videochats directly within iMessage

Fam lets you do group videochats directly within iMessage
In my opinion, one of FaceTime’s major flaws is the lack of group video chat.
Sure, apps like Skype, ooVoo and now Messenger let you do group video chats, but it’s just not as seamless as FaceTime. And while Houseparty has also recently entered the group...

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Duolingo gets social

Duolingo gets social
Duolingo, the popular language learning app, has long made learning a new language accessible to anybody with a computer or smartphone. Unlike being in a traditional class environment, though, using Duolingo was always a rather lonely experience. The comp...

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You can now register to find out when Super Mario Run hits Android

You can now register to find out when Super Mario Run hits Android
Nintendo gave Apple a timed exclusive with Super Mario Run, but ‘timed’ means that it was bound to arrive on Android sooner or later. Now, Android users can register in the Google Play Store to get notified when it is actually available, much like iOS use...

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Uber lawsuit alleges employees were misled on equity compensation

Uber lawsuit alleges employees were misled on equity compensation
An Uber employee has filed a lawsuit accusing the company of misleading employees about their equity compensation. Uber “devised a fraudulent scheme to recruit highly sought software engineers,” according to the case.  
The lawsuit claims that Uber promis...

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Twitter introduces 360-degree video live streaming

Twitter introduces 360-degree video live streaming
Twitter is taking another step into getting into live video by introducing 360-degree live streams through Periscope.
Anyone on Twitter and Periscope can watch 360-degree live video, though currently only select partners can go live in 360 via Periscope,...

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Twitter didn’t fix itself in 2016 and Wall Street isn’t happy

Twitter didn’t fix itself in 2016 and Wall Street isn’t happy
Layoffs, a borked acquisition and continued tepid user growth defined Twitter in 2016. And these are all things that make Twitter’s future uncertain, which we know Wall Street does not like.
Jack Dorsey’s one-year tenure as CEO was more or less defined by...

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