Kodi, the perfectly legal yet notorious media player, is now available to download on your Xbox One. Initial reports suggest availability is restricted by region with Europeans getting first dibs. So be patient if you don't see it yet.
Google Play will only host Android apps with 64-bit support from August 2019
In an effort to ensure a higher degree of security and performance among Android apps, Google noted today that it will only allow 64-bit apps in the Play store starting in August 2019.
AOL Instant Messenger to shut down after 20 years
AOL today shutters AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) — its iconic chat service which debuted in 1997 and was popular in the ’00s.
Apple Maps gets indoor mapping for more than 30 airports
Apple Maps has expanded to include indoor layouts of 30 airports including JFK, LaGuardia, LAX, and other major airports across the Globe through WiFi mapping & more!
Everything to know about the New Tesla Electric Semi Truck
Elon Musk rolled up to a Tesla press event recently in an electric semi truck, unveiling his latest & probably, the most impactful project to the world.
Google Poly : A home for the world’s 3D objects built for creators
Google is looking to make creators’ jobs a bit easier today with the launch of Google Poly, the company’s new home for 3D objects on the world wide web.
Facebook re-launches Events app as Local – with a few extra things
Facebook has rebranded its standalone Events app as “Facebook Local”. Available in the U.S. on iOS and Android, Facebook Local combines events and places to a single search engine powered by Facebook’s 70 million business pages plus reviews and check-ins.
Everything from Google Pixel Event 2017
The Google Pixel Event 2017 was going to be all about the second generation Pixel phone, or so everyone thought. Pixel lived up to all expectations, but it was just one of the multiple, notable announcements by Google today. From phones to clip-ons to Virtual reality, here's a rundown of all the gadgets.
Mozilla’s Firefox Quantum browser en-route to being the Fastest ever
Firefox Quantum isn’t your average version update or incremental feature addition release, but rather a ground-up rebuild of the browser indicating a major leap for the long-standing Chrome-competitor. It’s poised to harness the multi-core setups that are the processing standard in today’s computers.
Why are some weird Wikipedia pages completely deleted forever?
Category: Permanent Residents of Hell itself made this article worth writing. Check out the Twitter wall at the end of this article which is basically a gold mine.