Emojicon is coming this November.
A highly scientific (not at all scientific) study of Pokémon Go’s popularity.
The proposal was crafted by Unicode’s president.
Catch them all…before it’s too late.
The Unicode Consortium just approved 11 new professional emojis, which means more than 100 different new combinations and way more options for women.
Twitter and Facebook can stand alone, but each is weaker on its own.
“Everyone had the same look on their faces — shocked, numbed. This wasn’t supposed to happen.”
Facebook shies away from substantive policy questions in the aftermath of a gruesome but important Facebook Live video.
Here’s a project that only the government can do and would make America better in terms of economic opportunity.
Please don’t call it an acqui-hova.
1.65 billion voted with their News Feeds.
No realm of modern life is immune to the contentious national debate over guns, including emojis.
Messages is getting a *massive* update in iOS 10.
Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference is typically the company’s biggest event of the year, when the biggest products and updates are announced. Below, a running list of everything we learned at this year’s keynote.
Silicon Valley has sold us on a cashless, cardless, walletless, supposedly frictionless future — but as I learned living in it for a month, we’re not quite there yet.
The search giant’s annual developer conference revealed that Google is playing catch-up to its Big Tech competitors and it doesn’t seem to care one bit.
The Google delegation’s proposal aims to add at least 13 new emojis “highlighting the diversity of women’s careers.”
Viv, a new AI-powered personal assistant, isn’t quite ready yet, but its first public demo showed a service that makes it so ludicrously easy to buy things that you can drop a grand in 140 seconds.
The ruling may entice more riders to come forward and bring suits against the company, according to lawyers for the plaintiffs.