The Verge headlines an article "Android emoji will actually look human this year", and spends some time rejoicing over the new human emoji's, and the ability to select the skin tone of them stating that it's "a feature that's been in high demand".
IKEA's new app, KLIKK, only allows you to take one photo. The idea is to remind you that there are actually skills involved in photography, so you have to plan ahead to think about time, light, exposure and more.
Seems that as soon as the better browser Brave was released, a lot of people were confused on how it works. Since it can strip ads from any website, some thought it would replace the ads with their own.
Good lord, Garfield can still make me laugh out loud.
Instagram, like its parent company Facebook, have decided they know what you want to see better than you do.