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A leak on the Apple website confirms that the long-rumored low-cost iPhone is coming soon - and it will be called iPhone SE.
Facebook has announced an update to its Small Business Grants Program as well as digital gift cards and fundraising for small businesses.
Nikon is offering its entire curriculum of online photography classes for free until April 30th. It's your chance to become the talented photographer you have always wanted to be.
Staying at home fuels the creative juices. At least that is true for Jure Tovrljan who is back with his take on what our favorite series should look like during the pandemic.
Zoom announced it is addressing all privacy and security concerns, fixing outstanding issues, and enacting a 90-day feature freeze to do so.
YouTube is reportedly working on a new app called Shorts, to compete directly with the fast-growing influence of TikTok.
Houseparty is investigating the possibility that it's being targeted by a smear campaign, and is offering $1 million to the first person to prove it.
Facebook has added new features to help video creators publish their video content and drive discovery - playlists, series, and two new bulk features.
Slack is launching a new app to integrate calls with Microsoft Teams, Zoom and other providers directly into its chat app.
Kodak has created the 'World's largest jigsaw puzzle.' It spans over 28 feet (8.5m) long and counts 51,300 pieces.
Despite what stated on its website, Zoom does not support end-to-end encryption for video meetings, according to new research from The Intercept.