"Tech" Blogs & Blog Posts

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The Original Blog Tips and Social Media Guide

 
GizmodoGizmodo

Covering tech and gadgets

 
ReadWriteWebReadWriteWeb

Covering the latest tech news

 
Spencer E HoltawaySpencer E Holtaway

Graphic and spatial designer in London who likes some technology stuff.

 
Brain Dead Air - Tech NewsBrain Dead Air - Tech News

Your regular interface with dimension geek. Humorous spoof tech news.

 


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There's no longer any question at all: Russians meddled in the 2016 U.S. election, and they relied on social media tools we can all use. Facebook and its photo-sharing site, Instagram, are mentioned dozens of times in the indictment handed down Frida...

One of the best features in iOS 11 was the addition of new markup features that made it much easier to edit screenshots without having to go find them in the Photos app. Now, Google is coming out with its own take. Android already includes ways to do...

It's not just Apple feeling the effects of lackluster iPhone X sales. Samsung is also now grappling with the same problem. Since Apple relies on the Korean tech giant for the iPhone X's expensive display panels, it is now searching for a new buyer, a...

There's a glut of devices out there designed to tell all sorts of things about your bodies, but few you'd want stuck to your body for very long. Perhaps with that in mind, engineering researchers at the University of Tokyo and Dai Nippon Printing hav...

It looks like trolls are exploiting the latest iPhone bug to make life very difficult for Twitter users. Earlier in the week, yet another iPhone-crashing iOS bug surfaced. For some reason, a single character from the Indian Telugu language will cause...

Your next family game night could include Amazon Alexa.  Game manufacturer Sensible Objects has released When in Rome, the first board game to incorporate Alexa.  Through your Amazon Echo device, Alexa teaches you the rules, keeps track of...

It's been far easier for Elon Musk to send a rocket to the Mars than move a pebble in Washington, D.C. That could be changing, according to The Washington Post. The SpaceX entrepreneur's tunnel digging company, The Boring Company, recently received v...