Software needs to change fast. But sometimes, the changes can introduce things that are more confusing than what they replaced.
Facebook is the largest social media network in the world, and there is nothing stopping it from conquering the sphere.
Images speak louder than words. And this is why Twitter is ramping things up a a notch.
To hack or to be hacked? The choice is one or the other, and that was at least what Signal's CEO had in his mind.
Google has it on Android devices, and so does Apple with its iOS/iPadOS products. This is why Microsoft wants it too.
Android is likely the most flexible mobile operating system out there in the market. But that advantage comes with some huge issues.
The App Store is one of Apple's most profitable business. And again, it seems that the tech giant isn't really bothered by apps masquerading as other apps.
Google is one of the largest internet companies, meaning that anything it does can send ripples throughout the web.
Google is the tech giant of the web. By also operating the most popular web browser, Google Chrome, the company also controls how people access the web.
Google and privacy are rarely on the same page. But when they do, privacy-concerned individuals suggest that Google is hiding something.