The many lives of the Dancing Baby, cyberspace’s first cringe meme
The enduring footprint of one of TV’s first big companion podcasts
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Looking for a more hands-free approach to the holidays? Read on.
On Dec 18, 2019 by Matthew Hughes
One of Uber’s largest markets puts the ride-hailing company on notice.
On Nov 25, 2019 by Matthew Hughes
Roomba's shopping season discounts are here, and just in time to get your home ready for the holidays.
On Nov 21, 2019 by Matthew Hughes
Will Whale make it out of Canada?
On Nov 20, 2019 by Matthew Hughes
It's the first laptop from Cupertino in three years to come without the hugely divisive (if not utterly loathed) Butterfly keyboard.
On Nov 14, 2019 by Matthew Hughes
Is this new effort a shameless attempt to capitalize on the nostalgia hold for their simpler teenage years? Probably.
Just like TikTok, users can duplicate audio from other users, in order to create their own memes.
On Nov 12, 2019 by Matthew Hughes
Red bubbles be gone!
On Nov 11, 2019 by Matthew Hughes
When Robinhood first launched in 2013, it completely changed the game.
It's unthinkable that a broker would allow a user to borrow almost hundreds of times their original deposit. But that's precisely what happened thanks to the bug.
On Nov 5, 2019 by Matthew Hughes
The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) has begun an investigation into the TikTok, Musical.ly deal.
On Nov 4, 2019 by Matthew Hughes
Five people, most in their twenties, lost their lives in the most horrendous of circumstances.
Google will buy the company in a $2.1 billion all-cash deal.
On Nov 1, 2019 by Matthew Hughes
Yesterday, the Notepad++ project, which is headquartered in France, released a new version called “Free Uighur.”
On Oct 31, 2019 by Matthew Hughes
The platform is grappling with the aftermath of the tragic suicide of British teenager Molly Russell.
On Oct 28, 2019 by Matthew Hughes