It’s no longer enough to just sell a premium smartphone — even for a lot less than Apple and Samsung — with excellent performance and decent enough cameras.
People are demanding more. They want something beyond the phone experience.
Facebook is making more improvements to its live broadcasts.
The company’s livestreaming platform, Facebook Live, will now support fullscreen broadcasts as well as a new “video-only” mode that hides comments and reactions while you watch. Facebook will also allow broadcasts to last up to four hours — double the two-hour limit it previously had.
It’s 2016 and the world is full of controversy. From Brexit to Kim vs Taylor — and where there is controversy, outrage follows suit.
Australian journalist and television presenter Waleed Aly used his platform on panel show The Project last night to highlight what he sees as the ineffectiveness of online outrage and proposed a different approach to dealing with views that are either ludicrous and downright offensive.
When Google Calendar launched in 2006, breaking down the boundaries of monogamy was probably not the first objective of its engineers.
Polyamory, where people have more than one romantic partner with everyone’s knowledge and consent, has particularly benefited from platforms like Google Calendar and Google Keep.
Sitting through a normal nine-inning baseball game as an adult can be tough. But experiencing a game that went through 18-innings as a kid can be disastrous.
The third night of the Republican National Convention seems to have a surprising theme emerging.
On July 20, former NASA astronaut Eileen Collins, Texas Senator Ted Cruz and former House speaker Newt Gingrich are tentatively scheduled to give speeches at the convention in Cleveland. All three are, to some degree, involved in space policy and spaceflight advocacy.
Collins was the first woman to command a NASA space shuttle mission. Both Cruz and Gingrich have a history of advocating for…
You don’t know rage unless you’ve tried to post a cute puppy GIF to Twitter and couldn’t, because it was just slightly over the 5MB limit. Well, those days are over now, as Twitter has increased the GIF size limit to 15MB.
Each Overwatch hero is a special snowflake.
Different guns, different abilities, different movement speeds, different quirks. Learning to excel with one hero doesn’t mean you’ve mastered Overwatch.
Playing a hero the “right” way only gets you so far, of course. Positioning, team formation (on both sides) and overall skill level are still important; you can play a hero perfectly and still lose. But you probably won’t win until…