Google is enhancing YouTube feeds with a new section aptly titled “New to you” in an attempt to bring people a different flavor of recommendations that they haven't seen before.
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Apple recently updated the App Store terms to permit marijuana delivery services and licensed marijuana dispensaries to publish apps for Apple devices, with some restrictions.
Twitter is experimenting with new ways of increasing engagement on its platform which would permit you to choose the audience for specifics tweets, including limiting a tweet to trusted friends instead of your followers and tweeting from different personas from one account.
Instagram's suggested posts may soon be interspersed throughout your feed, in some cases appearing ahead of posts from people you follow.
Twitter's Super Follows and Ticketed Spaces monetization features have entered testing with a subset of users, offering a generous revenue-sharing model for creators.
iPhone app sideloading and third-party app stores would undermine user security and expose children to scam, Apple argues in a newly published document on its website.
Following a period of uncertainty, Google has now finally begun rolling out support for Apple's Picture-in-Picture (PiP) feature on iPhone and iPad, and it's not limited to paid subscribers.
The music identification service Shazam has passed one billion recognitions every month, a remarkable achievement for an app that debuted with little fanfare on the App Store in 2008.
Among other enhancements, the iPadOS 15 update allows you to open your favorite iPhone apps in landscape mode on your Apple tablet, which looks and works a lot better than before.
Zoom videoconferencing has been updated with support for the iPad Pro’s new Center Stage feature along with an expanded gallery view bringing 48 video tiles to Apple's biggest tablet.
Google now lets you save image attachments from Gmail to your Google Photos account with ease. Also, the company rolled out a new Siri shortcut command in Gmail for iOS and iPadOS.
Flexbits, the brains behind the award-winning Fantastical calendar app for iOS and macOS, just rolled out Cardhop 2.0 for the iPhone, iPad and Mac while announcing new subscriptions.