Google's job search feature sifts through the websites of various recruitment services including The Guardian Jobs, Reed.co.uk, Haymarket, and Gumtree to provide relevant job listings to users.
Steam announces the rollout of the Popular Upcoming tab, which contains a list of upcoming game releases tailored according to the users' interest. The new tab is now live on Steam's front page.
Twitter says the latest move will purge locked accounts from your follower count starting this week as part of the company's continued efforts to keep those numbers "meaningful and accurate."
The team management startup said the new funding will be used for its efforts to develop more product integrations and expand its global footprint. Monday.com has offices in Tel Aviv and New York.
The leak follows a recent listing on the website of motherboard maker ASRock, which reveals that the upcoming AMD Ryzen 7 2700E CPU will boast a 2.8 GHz base clock and 4MB of cache.
Timehop, a service that shows users their past social media posts, confessed to a data breach that compromised the names, some email addresses, and 4.7 million phone numbers of its users.
Twitter's efforts to remove fake accounts and botnets spreading misinformation across its platform have more than doubled since late last year following pressure from U.S. lawmakers.
The annual convention will bring together streamers from across the globe, with opportunities to expand their channels and further boost their skills. Tickets cost $179 for a three-day pass.
The Federal Communications Commission abides by its recent decision to limit the $25 broadband subsidy under the Lifeline program to tribal residents in rural areas and to facilities-based providers.
The change is coming in phases: Netflix will no longer allow viewers to post reviews of movies and TV shows on its website by the end of July before it ditches all existing user reviews by mid-August.
The biometric camera could be making its way to Samsung's next-gen Galaxy S flagship, which will supposedly debut next year. The technology is supposed to work even in ambient light.
A year after Google pledged to stop scanning private Gmail messages for personalization data, the search giant now confirms it is still possible for third-party developers to access users' emails.
Huawei may be considering various options to bake Bluetooth earbuds into its next smartwatch: a spring-release mechanism on either side of the watch face and a magnetic attachment on the watch band.
StumbleUpon has finally closed after the content discovery platform advised users in May to transition their account to its successor, Mix. The new service is said to improve upon StumbleUpon's idea.
OnePlus has confirmed that the red variant of the OnePlus 6 will hit store shelves across the globe beginning on July 10 exclusively in the 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage configuration for $579.
Prolific leaker, Ice universe, revealed on Twitter that the upcoming Galaxy Note9's S Pen will include Bluetooth functionality designed for tasks not related to the traditional stylus.
Devolver Digital has revealed on Twitter that the action-adventure game Broforce is "en route" to the Nintendo Switch, though the game's publisher did not disclose any specific release date.
Comcast suffered a major outage on Friday that knocked down the internet, cable, and telephone services for millions of customers across the country. The disruption was caused by cuts to its fibers.
Instagram has received a new feature that lets users pick a soundtrack from a library of licensed music and add it to their image or video in Stories. It's now available on Android and iOS.
Marvel Powers United VR, a first-person co-op action game developed by Sanzaru Games, can now be pre-ordered from the Oculus Store, with Black Panther introduced as the eighth playable character.
The new Show Mode feature turns your Fire tablet into an Echo device with a display, enabling you to complete various tasks via Alexa. Amazon also unveiled the Show Mode Charging Dock.
The breach, discovered by Ticketmaster on Saturday, compromised the data of less than 5% of global customers, except those in North America. Customers are advised to change their password.
Samsung partnered with Fujifilm to develop a new material for ISOCELL Plus that minimizes optical loss and keeps incoming light from being reflected with the use of an optimized pixel architecture.
Facebook now allows certain advertisers to run ads for cryptocurrency and other related content on its platform, provided they pass the application process where their eligibility will be assessed.
Qualcomm claims the new Snapdragon mobile platforms provide an improved performance, fast internet speeds, and longer battery life, among others, for mid-range phones without breaking the bank.
Microsoft's facial recognition technology has received new improvements, with error rates reduced by up to 20 times for men and women with darker skin and nine times for all women.
You can now ask Google Home about your day's schedule with “Ok Google, ¿cómo será mi día?” or play some music by saying “Ok Google, reproducir mi lista de reproducción para hacer ejercicio”.
The OfficeCore M2 is claimed to be the first conference speakerphone to be powered by AI to isolate the spoken word from noise. But at $209.99 without a native digital assistant, is it worth buying?
Firefox Monitor is developed in partnership with Have I been Pwned website developer and security expert Troy Hunt to let users check if their online accounts were compromised in a data breach.
You can now download the Oculus TV app from the Oculus Store if you already own the $199 Oculus Go headset released last month. Oculus TV offers content from Hulu, Netflix, and Showtime.
Apple is said to be working with Foxconn for the upcoming models of the AirPods earbuds and HomePod smart speaker. The tech giant is also reportedly in talks with Tymphany for the over-ear headphones.
The news tab contains posts pulled by communities from several subreddits that share and engage with news the most to help those who have a lot of subreddit subscriptions easily search for news.
Amazon FreeTime Unlimited is now available to download from the Apple App Store for $2.99 a month. Up to four users can access content across compatible tablets, phones, e-readers, and smart speakers.
The Measure app, Google's augmented reality-based tool for measuring objects in the real world, has also received a new UI design and improvements to its visualization and controls.
MoviePass subscribers will see changes to the ticketing service beginning next month when surge pricing will be added. In August, members will have the option to watch movies in IMAX or Real 3D.
Twitter's acquisition of the San Francisco-based technology company is intended to address challenges in safety, spam, and security on the platform using Smyte's review tools and processes.
The new subscription center on Google Play allows users to view their subscriptions, manage their payment methods, renew or cancel a subscription, or restore those they've previously discontinued.
The Universal Windows Platform (UWP) version of the Podcast Lounge app from Igneous Software is now available to download from the Microsoft Store for $6.89. It contains more than 90,000 podcasts.
Facebook's subscription groups are meant to help admins earn money from what they do through a monthly subscription fee from members while providing exclusive content to their communities.
Google says that G Suite users can now enable interoperability with third-party systems like Cisco, Polycom, and Skype for Business for Hangouts Meet a few weeks after the integration was announced.