Signal is back after an outage that lasted more than 24 hours

After experiencing technical difficulties Friday, the Signal messaging app appears to be back up and running. The company tweeted Saturday night that it was “back,” although added that some users may still see error messages in their chats. The company didn’t explain what caused the outage. For users still be seeing error messages in their

Apple is reportedly prototyping foldable iPhone screens

Apple has started work on a foldable phone, and it’s begun prototyping foldable screens internally, according to Bloomberg. A final device is likely still years away, the report says, and Apple is working on just the display for now — not the rest of the phone it would attach to. The initial prototypes sound similar

Apple deals: 5 great sales you definitely won’t want to miss at Amazon

Hardware devices made by Apple have so many advantages over the competition. They’re pretty much always sleeker and faster than top rivals from other brands, and there are amazing integrations between Apple products from smartphones and tablets to Mac computers and smartwatches. All of Apple’s Continuity features allow all these gadgets to work together seamlessly,

How to make your iPhone battery last longer

For the past year I’ve been carrying out an experiment. I’ve been charging my iPhone in what I believe to be the most optimal way to maximize battery life. I’m a heavy iPhone user. The thing barely leaves my side, and I put hours of usage on it almost every day. A couple of years

YouTube takes action against Trump, bans uploads for at least 7 days

YouTube has taken action against President Donald Trump and barred new videos from being uploaded to his channel for at least seven days, citing violations of its policies and “concerns about the ongoing potential for violence.” It’s the latest action against Trump after last week’s deadly riot at the U.S. Capitol by a pro-Trump mob.

Snap acquires location data startup StreetCred

Snapchat’s parent company Snap has acquired StreetCred, a New York City startup building a platform for location data. Snap confirmed the news to TechCrunch and said the acquisition will result in four StreetCred team members — including co-founders Randy Meech and Diana Shkolnikov — joining the company, where they’ll be working on map and location-related