Instagram has been slooooowly phasing advertising into your main feed. First there were sponsored photos from brands like Michael Kors--artfully edited and filtered, of course. Now the photo-sharing app is introducing 15-second video ads, starting with a promo for Disney's new animated film, "Big Hero 6."
A new update for Flipboard aims to make the popular reading app more personal--but not all the time.
Say goodbye to scissor switches and hello to Cherry MX Browns on this unique MSI laptop.
It brings faster search, visual previews, and better sharing capabilities.
The standalone smartwatch launches next week after two months of teasing, but service doesn't come cheap.
Apple's Newsstand was introduced with iOS 5 as a place for apps designed to deliver content in the form of a periodical--whether continuously as new articles or in the form or regularly produced issues--to gain superpowers. A Newsstand app could change its cover each issue, update images on demand in the App Store, automatically download content in the background, and have a free trial period.
There's never been a better time to be a PC gamer, with an abundance of excellent hardware available. Intel recently refreshed its flagship and mainstream processor lines, and AMD and Nvidia both have killer graphics cards on the market--some of which are going for ridiculously low prices.
Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday published a moving essay in Bloomberg Businessweek in which he publicly announced for the first time that he is gay. Cook is the first openly gay CEO of a Fortune 500 company.
But they only play in Chrome, in our testing.
I've been stressing two-factor authentication (2FA), or two-step verification, in my early columns here at Private I, because I believe most people avoid using this extra protection for their accounts due to the fuss and management, and may think it will lock them out of access or require an extra step when it's unnecessary.