Plus: 2K teases a new AAA project named 'Advent' and we're pretty sure it has nothing to do with that Orson Scott Card game Advent Rising. This is gaming news for the week of May 25.
For years the social network opted not to host animated gifs out of fear that it would make the platform "too chaotic." But as gifs become a more integral part of the web, Facebook has finally caught on.
After a fairly straightforward keynote, Google’s advanced research division shows off wrist-worn radar, touch-sensitive fabric, and a new plan to kill passwords.
Also Inbox by Gmail opens up wide, and a new Tomb Raider game hits Android.
Don't be afraid to get rid of your cable. Streaming and download services will ensure that you don't miss any of your favorite shows or movies.
Now in the shadow of Android Pay, Google is rebuilding Wallet's mobile apps to target the new direction.
Along with handing out awards for its design language, Google is pushing it further into Android Auto and Cardboard, and Android TV.
The new feature will come through Google Play Services, which means you won't have to wait for Android M to check it out.
Getting ready to check the "agree" box on that User Agreement? Read this first.
Google showed off futuristic smart fabric at its I/O conference in San Francisco, called Project Jacquard.
It's safer to access Internet websites over Tor than hidden services, researchers said.
Ready your wallets. Fix bayonets. We're going once more unto the breach in search of cheap games.
If you use Hola to route around regional restrictions. You might want to think twice about that.
Android Pay is incredibly similar to Apple Pay, and not just the name.
Need to see that New York Times article again, but you just lost your Internet connection? If you've got Chrome or Firefox you can still get to it.