Some users realized last week that Google was replacing out-of-warranty Nexus 6P devices with the Pixel XL, but a recent revision of this policy has blocked this apparent loophole.
With the Apple Watch 3 sporting an eSim that allows you to listen to music and make calls all without your phone, some might be disappointed to know that the device does not support roaming at all.
Reddit has announced that it's extending the beta of video and GIF native uploads. Users will be able to upload videos and GIF content from mobile and desktop. Mobile users will be able to trim files.
During this weekend's Season 3 tournament which was hosted by Ubisoft, several exploits and bugs caused some headaches for the professional players, even one to win after using a known exploit.
If you've opened an email account once in your lifetime, you're most likely all too familiar with the spam that comes with being connected to the web. The latest to be targeted are Xbox Live users.
Fearing for the future of streaming audio platform SoundCloud, a Reddit user claims he has backed up all 900TB of SoundCloud's public music. Archive Team is also making its own backup of the site.
Today, Google announced that the Android O engineering team will be holding an 'Ask Me Anything' session on Reddit in two days. The questions should be focused on the engineering of the platform.
During a discussion on Reddit, ex-Virtual Programming developer from CDProjektRed discussed his opinion on why The Witcher 3 might never land on any Linux platform, and it's mostly about hate.
After receiving a voicemail from a suspicious source claiming to be the IRS, Reddit user YesItWasDataMined developed an ingenious way to get his own back: flooding their line with robocalls.
It appears that Bethesda is gearing up to reveal The Evil Within 2 at its E3 presentation. A premature ad listing featuring the imminent announcement of the title has made its way to Reddit.
A Reddit user inspired by Microsoft's Fluent Design vision recently shared his concept of what the Resource Monitor would look like if Microsoft decides to grace the Win32 tool with a revamped design.
After a Reddit user pointed out that using chocolate chip cookies to breed birds in Minecraft could lead to children poisoning birds in real life, the game will now use seeds instead for the task.
Images have leaked that may have reveal the release date, gameplay information, as well as some in-game screenshots of the upcoming Call of Duty: WWII, just days before the official announcement.
News aggregation platform Reddit has released, for the third year in a row, its Transparency Report. Covering 2016, it details requests received for user data and content removal, and more.
A number of users are complaining that in-app ads on Skype are serving a fake Flash player update, which prompts users to download a malicious file that could possibly harm a computer.
Bill Gates recently took to reddit to hold an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session. He answered questions regarding tech advancements, the effect of social media on ideologies, as well as cheeseburgers.
Keeping with the annual Secret Santa tradition, Bill Gates has once again gifted some carefully selected presents to one lucky Redditor. The gifts include an Xbox One and other memorabilia.
Reddit's CEO has announced a crackdown against Trump supporters who are antagonizing the "broader Reddit community". The move has been met with a mixed response from the site's users.
Waves of DDoS cyber attacks have hit at least two internet service providers this morning, causing popular websites like Netflix, Twitter, and Reddit to go offline for an extended period of time.
In a move similar to that undertaken by Lionsgate in 2014, Warner Bros has attempted to have an entire subreddit suppressed from Google's search index as part of a recently submitted DMCA complaint.
Reddit, an online forum, is to start changing links posted by users into affiliate links, in a bid to increase ad revenue. Changes commence on June 3. Users will be able to opt-out of the service.
Earlier today, Reddit finally announced the release of its official app for iOS and Android. After being asked, a spokesman for the firm stated there are no plans to make an app for Windows phones.
While Reddit's new apps have been available in closed beta for some time now, today marks their official release to the public, and efforts will no longer be directed to developing Alien Blue.
Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, is currently doing an Ask Me Anything question and answer session on Reddit, his fourth such AMA.
Reddit announced that they are finally focusing on mobile, releasing a beta app on Android today and following up with an iOS app in the very near future. No sign of Windows Mobile 10 though.
Bill Gates came back to Reddit this holiday season to be someone's Secret Santa. And just like in previous years, the gift recipient was excited and amazed when she came to find out about this.
Reddit launches Upvoted, a news site that channels popular community threads and ideas to a dedicated news site, making it easier to stay current on new stories and ideas.
A Redditor has recently complained about the inavailability of an external power supply for the Xbox One. Major Nelson noticed, and has since stated that he is currently looking into the issue.
From Cortana's Android takeover and Lenovo's latest shenanigans, to "shit" broadband Down Under, and the end of the 'affordable flagship', it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Following a failed attempt to get a two year old page on Reddit pulled the proper way, a Russian censorship agency has instead ordered all ISPs to block the site entirely.
These are tumultuous times indeed for Reddit where, following the resignation of its CEO, VP of Engineering Bethanye Blount has also departed, both of them leaving within a week.
Reddit has been the site of great friction over the past week, with former employee and AMA moderator Victoria Taylor's termination causing site wide protests.
After working 9 months to update their code and webpages in preparation, reddit has finally made the leap to become HTTPS-only, and will begin encrypting all traffic on June 29th.
The internet has a pervasive culture of completely uninhibited expression, at the expense of common decency. But with Twitter and reddit moving to ban harassment, we're shown that change is overdue.
In order to support gender equality, Reddit CEO Ellen Pao recently stated that the company will no longer allow potential employees to negotiate their salary or benefits with the organization.
Earlier today, Microsoft took to Reddit to answer questions about the upcoming Surface 3 and after the jump we have compiled the highlights of the community interview
While Windows 10 is under development, a pair of hackers/artists have taken the time to develop a web operating system called Windows 93, which spoofs the classic look of the OS back in the 90's.
Microsoft has announced that they will be offering 'official support' for the Xbox One on Reddit by using special accounts that are designated as official Microsoft support staff.
Today, Bill Gates joined Reddit for his third AMA ("Ask Me Anything"). He discussed a wide range of topics including philanthropy, technology, and some tidbits about his personal life.
Reddit has chosen to offer some of its stats from 2014, showing that they are a step closer to becoming the "front page of the internet," with a nice infographic for your pleasure.