Instagram has updated its mobile website, giving users who do not have access to the social network’s mobile app the ability to upload or post photos, even on iPad.

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A 4K UHD Blu-ray disc torrent has popped up online, possibly suggesting that the AACS 2.0 encryption technology has been cracked for the first time.

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Hulu is launching its much anticipated live TV service today, with those who are part of the beta, able to pay $39.99 for the privilege of testing out the company’s new offering.

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U.S. carrier T-Mobile has today confirmed that it plans to begin rolling out its 5G network in 2019, with 2020 being the year that it will be able to offer nationwide coverage.

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YouTube has got a Material Design revamp which also features a dark mode among other new things. Here are the details.

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You can now play the first Tomb Raider game in a desktop or mobile web browser with OpenLara. Here are the details on it.

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Popular BitTorrent client uTorrent is being actively worked on, with BitTorrent creator Bram Cohen saying that it will also make the jump to the web, adding content streaming.

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At Facebook’s F8 developer conference today, the social network has announced a raft of new features that will incorporate a mix of augmented reality, virtual reality and artificial intelligence.

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Here’s how you can go about to enable the official YouTube Dark Mode theme right now ahead of the feature’s global rollout for everyone.

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YouTube TV live cable network streaming service is now live in five U.S. cities with mobile apps for iOS, Android, Android TV and Chromecast available to download as well.

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A second Facebook News Feed, denoted by the Rocket Feed icon, is currently rolling out to iOS and Android users across the globe. Here are the details.

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Verizon, the number one mobile carrier in the United States, has been hard at work tying up deals for streaming rights to television content ahead of the launch of a new online TV service, according to a new report.

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