A new iOS app helps you create square videos with special effects and captions, designed for sharing on social media.
Today’s tech stories that matter include Apple’s phone and tablet upgrades, eBay’s introduction of 3-day guaranteed shipping and Super Mario Run finally hitting Android devices.
Read the CNET article here – http://cnet.co/2nDWdNg The company confirms its AI assistant will have its own side button on the S8. Eventually, you’ll be able to boss it around on more than just a phone. Subscribe to CNET ► http://cnet.co/2heRhep Check out our playlists
More tech news: http://cnet.co/2mufRGl Deja vu? The iconic 1999 movie could be reloaded. Some may say it is an inevitability.
The prototype cargo droid by Piaggio is nimble and cute, but still has some kinks to work out.
Owners of an Internet-connected vibrator could get up to $10,000 from a class-action lawsuit settlement.
Can Snapchat survive an attack of the clones? First Facebook’s Instagram and WhatsApp played copycat. Now you can share similar photos and video on Messenger, too.
The most important tech news of the day includes the tech industry’s responce to the Vault 7 leak on CIA hacking tools, Tinder’s secret service for popular people, and Instagram mimicing Snapchat’s location stickers.
Is this the beginning of the end for the classic headphone jack? A rumor says Google is planning to make its next Pixel smartphone without a 3.55mm audio port.
The smart speaker is criticized for spreading conspiracy theories about President Obama and other untrue statements as part of its spoken search results.