YouTube Kids app update helps parents tackle dodgy content

Google touts it as a "family friendly" app but since YouTube Kids' launch in February a number of consumer groups have been complaining about inappropriate content on the service. Google says a new update aims to tackle ongoing concerns…

Snapchat wants to put brand messaging all over your selfie

Looking to take advantage of the company's new lens feature, Snapchat has plans to launch branded versions of new lens filters that they hope existing users will utilize when taking a selfie.

Update: 15 million T-Mobile customers affected by data breach at credit agency

A data breach at a credit agency has impacted 15 million T-Mobile customers, whose names, addresses, and social security numbers were accessed by the hackers. No banking or card details have been revealed. Here's everything you need to…

Xiaomi’s claim that its phones are ‘the best’ ends in an investigation

Xiaomi finds itself in trouble with the Beijing Ministry of Industry and Commerce over the company's use of the term "the best" on its website. Using the term could be in violation of China's new ad law, which penalizes such superlatives in…

iRing? Apple publishes a patent for a smart ring that controls your touchscreen

Apple makes lots of patents, and many of the great ideas never become a reality. Now, a brand-new patent reveals that Apple may be working on a smart ring. The ring could control your phone, tablet, or PC; track your activity; and send…

LG unveils the V10, a dual-screen flagship with twin front cameras for AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile 3:41

LG took the wraps off its V10 smartphone, which, in addition to sporting dual screens, packs twin front-facing shooters and high-end hardware. LG also teased the LG Urbane 2nd Edition, its latest smartwatch.
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Do you like, I mean really like, that Tinder profile? Now you can Super Like it

For anyone who's ever wondered if their Tinder matches just liked them or really, really liked them, there's the "super Like" option. Just swipe up, and your Super Like will be notified that you're really interested.

Everything you need to know about Stagefright 2.0, Android’s newest security threat

If the Stagefright hack didn't scare you, Stagefright 2.0 definitely will. It affects nearly 1.4 billion Android devices worldwide. Hackers can take control of your device with a simple MP3 audio or MP4 video file containing malicious code.

Peeple, the ‘Yelp for people,’ lets anyone publicly rate you as a person

Peeple has been described as the "Yelp for people," and when it makes its terrifying debut in November, it'll be like putting the entirety of the Mean Girls' burn book online. Once you're in it, there's no getting out.

Intel needs to kill the Atom before cheap PCs sour users on all PCs

The Atom processor, and it cousins, have made it possible for PCs to hit prices below $200. But doing so results in a frustrating experience that ultimately damages the reputation of every computer.

Get a close look at LG’s new 4G LTE Watch Urbane, the watch that’ll replace your phone

LG has announced a follow-up to the Watch Urbane, and although it looks relatively similar, it has a big surprise inside -- its own SIM card and 4G LTE, so it can be used entirely independently of your phone.