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Emojipedia Acquired by Zedge

The Emojipedia website has been acquired by Zedge. Emojipedia is an emoji resource founded by Jeremy Burge in 2013. Read more... August 3, 2021

Yahoo Answers to Shut Down

Yahoo Answers is shutting down. This is a surprise as the site is expected to provide a large amount of traffic to Yahoo. Read more... April 5, 2021

Sony Unveils Sony Airpeak at CES 2021

Sony unveiled its Sony Airpeak technology at the 2021 Consumer Electronics Show. The drone carries a Sony Alpha full-frame mirrorless camera. Read more... February 7, 2021

Around the Web

Jeff Bezos Stepping Down as Amazon CEO

Jeff Bezos is stepping down at CEO of Amazon. Amazon has become a global ecommerce leader after Bezos first started it as an online bookstore in 1994. Read more... February 5, 2021

Microsoft Unveils Together Mode Feature for Microsoft Teams

Microsoft has unveiled a feature called "Together mode" in Microsoft Teams. The interesting feature makes it possible to view multiple users together within the same background. Read more... July 9, 2020

Adobe Launches Photoshop Camera App

Adobe has unveiled its new camera app called Photoshop Camera. Version 1.0 of the app is available for Android users through the Google Play store. Read more... June 13, 2020

Google Ramps Up Google Meet to Challenge Zoom

Google is using its Google Meet video conferencing app to challenge Zoom. Zoom has seen a major increase in use during the pandemic. Read more... May 14, 2020

Reddit Disables Start Chatting Shortly After Launch

Reddit has disabled its Start Chatting feature shortly after launching the new online chat offering. An outcry from Reddit moderators is part of the reason for the sudden pullback according to Engadget. Read more... May 1, 2020

No April Fool's for Microsoft

Microsoft is not having any of the April Fool's nonsense this year. An internal memo was sent around the company warning employees not to participate. There clearly won't be any corporate Microsoft pranks. Read more... April 1, 2019

Hooda Math Provides Educational Math Games

  • Hooda Math is a website that provides free online educational math games. Games are a great way to help children learn mathematics but they should not be the only teaching method use. The site's mascot is a smiling green figure that looks like a shirt with feet. Read more... May 31, 2018

  • Dropbox Files for IPO on Nasdaq

    Dropbox has filed for an IPO. The company will be listed on the Nasdaq under the ticker symbol DBX. CNBC is reporting that the company has over $1.1 billion in annual revenues. They also note Dropbox is the first big tech company to go public since Snap. Read more... February 24, 2018

    AOL to End AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) on December 15, 2017

    AOL has announced that AOL Instant Messenger will be shutting down. The last day will be December 15, 2017. AIM helped usher in the experience of chatting with friends and family in the 1990s. It was the dominant chat service for several years. AOL was also an early experimenter in the use of chat bots. Read more... October 6, 2017

    Google Maps Adds Sharing Feature With Lists

    Google Maps has added a sharing feature to Google Maps. The feature lets you track your favorite places and share them with your friends. The feature is available in the Google Maps app for Android and iOS devices. Read more... February 13, 2017

    Google Reveals Year in Search for 2016

    2016 was a busy, long and disliked year. There were many things that happened in 2016 and some of them were bad. 2016 included the unusual U.S. presidential election and the deaths of many celebrities including Prince, David Bowie, Carrie Fisher and George Michaels. Read more... January 2, 2017

    Google Unveils Gboard iPhone App

    Google has unveiled its new Gboard app for the iPhone. The app was designed to make it easy for smartphone users to quickly search and send information without leaving the app you are in. Read more... May 16, 2016