Social media allows people to interact with others in increasingly engaging ways.
Virtual reality (VR) is all the hype. It allows the next step of human–computer interaction, allowing users to go well beyond the screen.
Google Chrome has been the king of all web browsers in terms of number of users. And the browser has been around for years with that ubiquitous logo.
DeepMind started its life as a startup what makes AI that can play games. Gone are those days.
In the duopoly world of technology, two can certainly play this game.
People can have multiple personas when they go online. And Mozilla knows that too well.
There is no doubt that Google's Gmail is the largest of its kind. But being feature-packed comes with consequences.
No matter how cheap or expensive a mobile phone is, screen aesthetic is extremely limited.
What supposed to be an app to help Android users feel safer, was ironically a fraud.
Messenger is a feature-packed messaging app. But when it comes to security and privacy, it lagged.