Rolling out across LinkedIn's apps and website in the U.S now, the feature uses a combination of human editors and algorithms to curate feeds based on topics that are trending in the news and among different groups. These feeds are then personalized to each users' tastes so an engineer, for instance, may see stories about new research in their field while someone in finance may see news about the markets. Read more...More about Linkedin, Apps And Software, Tech, Tech, and Apps Software'>
New for 2017, this year's fresh crop of icons will expand its people offerings to include a woman wearing a headscarf, a man with a beard and three gender-inclusive emojis.
Wellness is also a theme in this year's additions, with emoji dedicated to yoga, rock-climbing and even saunas. Come fall, you'll have an emoji to accompany all those steam-room selfies you've been hoarding. Read more...More about Emoji, Tech, Watercooler, Watercooler, and Pics
If you're flying to the U.S. from the affected Middle East and North African airports, you won't be able to bring any electronic devices larger than a smartphone on flights. This means tablets, laptops, etc. will need to be placed in checked luggage, which increases the chance of them getting damaged during transport.
For many Apple users, the big question is: Will AppleCare cover damage for iPads or MacBooks damaged in checked baggage?
But, in light of the new electronic device restrictions being implemented for flights into the United States from 10 international airports, some travelers won't have a choice anymore.
For passengers affected by the restriction, there are only two options: ship your laptop to your destination or put it in your checked luggage. Well, there's a third option — don't take your laptop — that's not so realistic for business travelers. Read more...More about Electronic Device, Airline Security, Laptop, Tech, and Politics
If you've got several hundred dollars to spare, you're in luck. Part of the proceeds from the new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus devices will go to the organization, so buying one is for a good cause. (Sort of, anyway: Apple's contributed $130 million from sales of (RED) products over 10 years and made $45.7 billion in profit just last year, so, uh, the margins are pretty slim.)
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For those of us who don't have big bucks to shell out on a new iPhone, decal company dbrand has a solution. In a tweet Tuesday, dbrand ribbed Apple's shiny new device with the offer of a $10 red skin you can wrap around any iPhone: Read more...More about Phone Case, Apple, Iphone 7 Plus, Iphone 7, and Tech
Facebook is rolling out the capability for all members to broadcast live directly from their personal computers via web browser, expanding the service that was previously only available on mobile devices.
Computer-based live access was granted to publishers back in January after page managers requested the feature, which helped streamline the production process for professional crews using the service. Facebook reps told us then that the capability would soon be given to the general user population, too. Read more...More about News Feed, Broadcast, Desktop Computer, Facebook Live, and Tech'>
The startup phone maker announced on Wednesday plans to sell a "Midnight Black" version of its flagship OnePlus 3T.
As part of a limited run, the Midnight Black version of the OnePlus 3T will only be available with 128GB storage for the standard $480 price tag. OnePlus hasn't announced a firm release date, but says it'll be revealed at a later date.Smartphones, Android, Oneplus, Oneplus 3t, and Tech'>