Amazon seems to be stepping more and more into Google's territory, and has released an update that finally allows the Echo to be able to schedule events to your Google Calendar rather than just reading back existing events.
The NHTSA has taken to a new method of calling out people who text and drive -- Twitter. Scroll down the NHTSA's Twitter feed and you'll see a constant stream of tweets at people who admit, sometimes gleefully, that they're testing and…
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Sean Parker, known for co-creating Napster, has just relaunched Airtime, which now acts as a video chat room aimed at allowing you to share photos and videos with your friends, helping make social media much more personal.
Flipagram has launched an update to its app that allows you to take photos and videos straight from the app -- you'll no longer have to browse through the camera roll in order to create media for Flipagram.
Facebook has announced yet another tweak to the News Feed, now factoring in time spent reading articles. The changes are part of Facebook's Feed Quality Program, and should help cut down on clickbait in the News Feed.
Google's expanded the Android N Developer Preview to a non-Nexus device: Sony's aging Xperia Z3. It's probably not a sign of things to come, though -- other phone makers show no sign of offering the same.
Acer announced an update to the Xplova biking computer, this version being called the Xplova S5 and featuring a built-in camera that can start recording based on conditions that you set -- such as a raised heart rate.