McDonald’s Takes Cheeseburgers Away From Kids

On Thursday, McDonald’s announced the removal of cheeseburgers from its Happy Meals, as well as smaller french fry serving sizes and reformulated chocolate milk. The idea, allegedly, is to decrease the amount of sodium, sugar, calories, and saturated fat in meals promoted to children, but that didn’t

Apple To Require All New Apps To Support iPhone X By April 1

The days of wonky-looking apps on the iPhone X are coming to a close. Beginning April 1, Apple will require all new apps in the Apple Store to natively support iPhone X Super Retina display. Developers will also have to build new iOS apps with iOS 11

Verizon Joins Hands With Netflix

Verizon has a new, formidable partner: Netflix. Starting Tuesday, Verizon began bundling a free one-year Netflix subscription into its Fios Triple Play package (which includes internet, television, and phone service). Verizon Fios customers who subscribe to the company’s Multi-Room DVR Enhanced or Premium service will also be

YouTube On An Expanding Spree

YouTube TV is expanding its programming, and will be available in more cities with a higher price. The network has added a number of channels to its lineup, including TNT, Adult Swim, TBS, CNN, Cartoon Network, truTV, and Turner Classic Movies. Soon, sports lovers can also expect

Now Send And Receive Money Through WhatsApp

WhatsApp has begun testing its payment service in India. The feature is available to a select number of users at the moment. WhatsApp’s payment feature is based on the Unified Payment Interface (UPI) platform. The official roll-out for general public is expected to be announced very soon.

Android Messages Would Now Allow You To Send Text Messages From Your Computer

Google might finally be bringing its default messaging app on Android up to speed with Apple’s iMessage. It looks like a future version of the app will include a web-based counterpart to the Android Messages app, according to code buried in the latest version of the Android

Uber and Waymo Has Arrived On A $245 Million Settlement

The legal battle between two of the biggest tech titans is finally over. The attorney representing Waymo, the self-driving car company spun out of Google, settled its court case with ride-hailing giant Uber recently. Google’s parent company, Alphabet, is set to receive 0.34 percent of Uber’s equity

Google Coughs Off Around Rs. 136 crore As Fine For Power Misuse

The Competition Commission of India (CCI)has imposed a fine of Rs 136 crores on Google for infringing ‘anti-trust conduct’. A probe was issued to explore the problem back in 2012 after multiple complaints by services such as Bharat Matrimony and a non-profit called Consumer Unity and Trust

Facebook Is Testing A New Feature

Facebook comments may be on the verge of getting a whole lot easier. Ever the innovator, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appears to have found a way to transfer all the bickering in your feed into something much more orderly. Specifically, downvotes. Recently various people took to Twitter

Amazon’s Prime To Deliver Groceries From Whole Foods

Amazon has announced its Prime Now delivery service, which delivers groceries, household items, gifts, and more in two hours, is partnering with Whole Foods. This means Prime customers in select neighborhoods across America will be able to get Whole Foods produce, meat, seafood, select alcohol, and other

Tesla To Set-Up Its Solar Power Products At 800 Home Depot Stores

Tesla is going mainstream. No, not the electric cars. Elon Musk is bringing his solar panels and Powerwall batteries to 800 Home Depot locations in the U.S. That’s a big boost for the venture, previously known as SolarCity. The products, also available for sale on Tesla’s website,