Google-owned YouTube has officially rolled out a desktop update that makes it so that videos shot in portrait orientation and shared on the site won’t be letterboxed with black bars.

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Dropbox has just upgraded its existing paid plans at no extra cost, and has also announced a new 3TB storage plan tier. Here are the details.

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Netlfix users will soon have access to over 100 new profile icons for use on its web-based, mobile, and TV-based apps. Here are the details.

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New in iOS 12 is the ability for users to share photos with others via a public iCloud link. Here are the details on it.

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Google said last year that it was not going to scan users’ personal emails for advertising purposes, which is great news. The not-so-great news is that this doesn’t extend as far as third-parties.

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Get those credit cards ready folks because Amazon has today announced that its annual Prime Day 2018 will take place on July 16th.

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Starting right now, Facebook is warning around 800,000 users of a bug that caused it to accidentally unblock some people that had previously been blocked. Here are the details.

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Instagram has launched new “You’re All Caught Up” label in the app to show when you have seen all posts from last 2 days.

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Facebook, a company famous for employing questionable tactics to keep people active across its services is testing a new tool that would allow users to see how much time they spend on its platform.

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When it comes to downloading torrents, there is arguably no bigger source of content than The Pirate Bay, but as users may have noticed of late, the site appears to be in the midst of some technical difficulties.

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Adobe has today taken the wraps off of Project Rush, a cross-device video editing app that it hopes to be able to launch to the public later this year.

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Here’s how to live stream FIFA World Cup 2018 matches on iOS running iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Android and web the easy and right way.

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