November 30, 2017

Why personalization is the key to long-term health

In the nearly two decades since we entered into the new millennium, there have been a wide variety of factors that have contributed to an increased […]
November 29, 2017

This free Chrome extension lets you watch geo-blocked videos on YouTube

Every once in a while I would stumble upon an interesting video on YouTube only to discover the uploader hasn’t made the clip available in my […]
November 29, 2017

FCC Chairman derides Twitter bias while avoiding net neutrality issue

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai today spoke out about his support of the rollback of rules regarding internet service providers. As a counterpoint to the arguments against […]
November 29, 2017

Instagram’s secretly testing a handful of new features. We found them.

TNW today obtained information on a range of new features Instagram is currently testing. As with all tests, this means some of you may have already […]
November 28, 2017

Snap’s new filters could be the start of an advertising revolution

Snapchat is playing with object recognition filters, which will automatically recognize things in your images and create filters tailored to them. Needless to say, this looks […]
November 28, 2017

Photoshop’s upcoming tool uses AI to take the pain out out of selecting people

Few tasks in Photoshop are more grueling and menial than trying to work the selection tool around people. Now Adobe is using AI to do something […]
November 28, 2017

Save Lauri Love

Lauri Love is in a lot of trouble. The British-Finnish computer expert is accused of breaking into several U.S. government systems, including those operated by the […]
November 28, 2017

Dominos Tracker app sits on a throne of lies

Dominos’ Tracker app is a liar and if it had pants they would probably be on fire. According to a Wall Street Journal report the “John” […]
November 28, 2017

Please build websites for the web, not just Google Chrome.

The “bad old days” of the Internet have long passed. Remember them? When the browser landscape was deeply fragmented, and rife with proprietary elements, like ActiveX, […]