‘Liking’ on Facebook is changing

Forget the like button – that’s so 2009. Facebook says it’s bringing in several emoticons you’ll be able to use instead soon. (Thumb fans, don’t despair, that’s not going anywhere). The new “reactions” will let users express love, laughter, happiness, shock, sadness and anger. It works by hovering or long-pressing the Like button and selecting […]

Shovel Knight is delayed by a fortnight

Shovel Knight was supposed to come out next week — the operative phrase there being “supposed to”. However SK’s developer, Yacht Club Games, announced on Friday that the retail release for the game’s 3DS, Wii U, PS4, and PC (Europe-only) versions will be delayed by two weeks until October 30th in Europe and November 4th […]

Kanye West hates in-app purchases on kids games

When Kanye West runs for president, we know what at least one item on his platform will be — and there will probably be plenty of parents agreeing. We guess he doesn’t consider his wife’s app a “kid’s game,” though, considering it’s using the same in-app purchasing scheme, and she advised parents just last year […]

Google search on Safari mobile to display results for iOS apps

By the end of October, you might notice that doing a Google search via Safari on an iPhone or an iPad returns results with deep links to iOS apps. That’s because Mountain View has given developers the power to do so — they simply have to add Universal Links to their iOS apps and integrate […]

Google CEO Sundar Pichai does some exec shuffling

Sundar Pichai must have gotten used to his shiny, new CEO seat, because according to Recode, he’s just announced the first exec shuffling under his leadership. By the looks of things, a number of Googlers are celebrating their promotions at the moment, one of the biggest winners being Hiroshi Lockheimer, who used to be the […]

Chicago’s mayor wants every American high school grad to know how to code

Rahm Emanuel, former Chief of Staff for the Obama administration and current mayor of Chicago, has called on the president to institute computer coding competency as a national requirement to graduate high school. “Just make it a requirement,” Emanuel said during a recent Washington Post-sponsored policy event. “I am fine with Common Core. We adopted […]

UberSELECT hits San Francisco for those times you don’t want to ride in a Prius

Further diversifying its lineup, Uber now has UberSELECT, which sits right between its UberX and UberBLACK segments. As you can see in the chart below, UberSELECT pricing is also comfortably positioned between the other two offerings. The cars you can expect to see picking you up — the “BMW 3-Series, Audi A4 and Mercedes C-Class” […]

Pinterest engineer launches non-profit to boost employment for Black software engineers

Diversity in the tech industry has become a huge topic of conversation in recent years, and rightly so. Too many large companies like Apple, Facebook, Amazon and others still employ an overwhelmingly white and male workforce, especially on the technical side. Pinterest engineer Makinde Adeagbo wants that to change, and has focused his efforts on Black software […]

Photojojo launches Parabo Press iOS app for stylish photo prints

Your iPhone and iPad may be stuffed to the gills with photos, but the challenge of finding a super creative way to showcase the ones you really like — aside from sharing them on social media or email — can become overwhelming. Photojojo — an online photography gear shop, together with Zoomin, a photo printing service in Asia — may just have […]

iOS developers can now tap into Google’s app indexing to surface content in search

App indexing is coming to Safari on iOS devices by way of Google. Starting later this month, iOS apps that adhere to Google’s guidelines will start seeing content pop up in searches. The aim of Google’s app indexing feature is to surface in-app content ahead of search results. If you were looking for tickets to […]

7 metrics to grow your communicty

By now, you’ve heard a great deal about social media engagement. You know that it’s not all about getting a big following. You know it’s about getting a big following of the right people. You know that building an awesome, engaged community around your brand, product, or idea is key to tapping into existing markets—and […]

Open Bionics Creates Disney-Inspired Bionic Hands For Amputee Kids

Bionic hands startup Open Bionics now makes Iron Man and Elsa-themed hands and arms for the smallest of amputees – kids. Open Bionics hopes to get kids excited about their prosthetics with designs from Marvel, Frozen and Star Wars. “[Kids] won’t have to do boring physical therapy, they’ll train to become heroes,” reads the Open Bionics website […]

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