Mobile

The apps, platforms and businesses redefining how we use computers

  • Authorities serve Apple a warrant for Texas shooter’s iPhone

    Authorities serve Apple a warrant for Texas shooter’s iPhone

    Two weeks ago today, 26 people were killed by a gunman at First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas. Two phones were discovered at the scene: older push-button LG and what local news described as a “blood spattered” Apple iPhone SE. Now local law enforcement has served Apple with a search warrant in order to retrieve information from the smartphone. The news has echoes of… Read More

  • MoviePass drops pricing to under $7 per month, if you opt for the annual plan

    MoviePass drops pricing to under $7 per month, if you opt for the annual plan

    MoviePass, the subscription service that lets consumers pay a monthly fee to see unlimited movies in theaters across the U.S., is slashing its prices yet again. The company announced today it’s now offering its service for $6.95 per month, down from the current price of $9.95 per month, when customers commit to a one-year subscription plan. That works out to a flat fee of $89.95… Read More

  • Stitch Fix gets a pop in its public trading debut

    Stitch Fix gets a pop in its public trading debut

    Stitch Fix revised where it would price its IPO lower last night ahead of trading, and it looks like it helped approach the right sweet spot as a result when it made its debut today. The company saw around a 15% pop in its stock when it began trading this morning — the benchmark companies tend to look to hit when they go public is around 20% — and fell around the lower bounds of… Read More

  • Facebook launches Creator app for influencers to build video communities

    Facebook launches Creator app for influencers to build video communities

    Facebook wants to turn mindless, passive video consumption into “time well spent,” and now it’s giving social media stars a powerful tool to foster communities around their content. Today Facebook launches Facebook Creator, offering influencers Live Creative Kit for adding intros and outros to broadcasts, a unified inbox of Facebook and Instagram comments plus Messenger… Read More

  • Imgur’s favorite folders turn 250M meme lords into curators

    Imgur’s favorite folders turn 250M meme lords into curators

    Either you’re one of 250 million monthly Imgurians, or you probably have no idea what Imgur is. But those who are part of the addictive image-sharing community know there’s been one feature at the top of the request lists forever: favorite folders. Today, Imgur fulfills the wishes of the masses with the official launch of favorite folders. Read More

  • OnePlus adds a six-inch screen and face unlock for the 5T

    OnePlus adds a six-inch screen and face unlock for the 5T

    OnePlus has carved out a nice niche for itself over the past couple of years. The company’s never been too preoccupied with the rush toward bleeding-edge tech. Instead, it’s worked to provide consumers with one of the best deals in smartphones. And the newly announced 5T is firmly inline with that mission statement. Read More

  • Instagram Stories adds no-frills photo-only posting from mobile web

    Instagram Stories adds no-frills photo-only posting from mobile web

    Instagram really wants the developing world on Stories. They won’t be able to use Instagram’s augmented reality masks or share videos, but starting today mobile web users can post to Instagram Stories. Previously, mobile web users could only view Stories, which have to be created in Instagram’s native apps. But now users can snap photos, overlay text captions, and share them… Read More

  • Facebook teen-in-residence defects to Google and launches Lies

    Facebook teen-in-residence defects to Google and launches Lies

    At age 17, Michael Sayman was Facebook’s youngest employee ever. Having already launched 5 apps, he wowed Mark Zuckerberg, earned a demo spot on stage at Facebook F8 conference, and scored a full-time engineering gig as the social network’s go-to teen. Over the past three years, he helped Facebook try to crack the middle school market with apps like the now defunct Lifestage. But… Read More

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