If you blink during Apple's latest iPhone ad, you might miss a weird little animation bug. It's right at the end of a slickly produced commercial, where the text from an iMessage escapes the animated bubble it's supposed to stay inside. It's a minor issue and easy to brush off, ...read more
L'Oreal announced today that it has acquired Modiface, a company that's had a hand in the creation of many custom augmented reality beauty apps, including those from Sephora and Estée Lauder. L'Oreal didn't disclose the amount spent, but it did tell Reuters that it now owns Modiface's numerous ...read more
Morel is a company known for creating hi-fi speakers for cars and your home, but the company has a new project on Kickstarter that's an interesting solution for travelers — a Bluetooth speaker that can be used alone or inside a specially-designed suitcase.
The product is comprised of two separate ...read more
Lyft is testing monthly subscription plans for high-frequency users, a sign that the company is shifting toward a Netflix or Spotify model for transportation.
The terms of the subscription models seem to vary, but appear targeted at users who spend up to $450 on ride-hailing a month. One all-access pass ...read more
The Mozilla Foundation has released a new version of Firefox today that can prevent some websites from asking to send notifications to your device, as reported by Ars Technica. In addition, this version of Firefox — release number 59 — also stops some sites from accessing your device's camera, ...read more
Tech companies like Facebook and Google, have recently announced that they're banning ads for digital currencies. It turns out that Reddit has been banning cryptocurrency ads since early 2016, but just never announced it outright in a press release, as first spotted by Motherboard. Today, Reddit extended ...read more
Welcome to Cheat Sheet, our brief breakdown-style reviews of festival films, VR previews, and other special event releases. This review comes from the 2018 SXSW Interactive Festival.
Chinese reporter Liang Xiangyi eye-rolled during another reporter's long-winded question at the National People's Congress yesterday and the moment has gone viral. Many Chinese residents have created dozens of videos, GIFs, memes, and illustrations inspired by the scene, having identified with Liang's frustration. (Since Liang dressed in blue and the ...read more