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Instagram is mulling a new feature that would hide from others how many likes you get on your posts

Instagram says it is always considering "ways to reduce pressure" on the app.
The growth of Instagram among teens mirrors Instagram's dominance over Snapchat overall.

A new survey shows that Snapchat is still the favorite social platform among Gen Z — but it’s not the app teens are using the most

Although Snapchat was listed by 40% of teens as their favorite social platform, Instagram is increasingly more popular.

This beautifully designed ‘dumb phone’ can only make calls and send texts — and it might be the key to curing our addiction to apps

The Light Phone 2 can make calls, send texts, handle basic directions, and call you a taxi — but it still doesn't have any apps.
The Energy Ring app activates the light strip that surrounds the hole-punch cutout to show you how much battery life your Galaxy S10 has.

This popular app for the new Galaxy S10 phones makes the best use of Samsung’s hole-punch camera when you’re not taking selfies

The Energy Ring app shows you battery life with a light ring around the selfie camera cutout, and it just added support for the Galaxy S10 Plus.

T-Mobile’s broadband strategy will focus on providing service to rural and underserved areas first

T-Mobile is launching a pilot to deliver in-home internet service using its wireless LTE network — starting with rural and underserved areas first.

Google is refusing to shut down a ‘conversion therapy’ app that has been banned by Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft

Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft all banned the app, created by the US Christian group Living Hope Ministries. Google has not followed suit.

Google’s new messaging app now has a feature that can tell what you’re texting about and automatically suggest helpful information —...

When Android Messages users are texting about restaurants, movies, or weather, Assistant will now offer links to more information.

These are the 15 best-looking games you can play on your iPhone

As Apple continues to improve the iPhone, dozens of games with impressive graphics are showing up in the App store.
Former FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler

Net neutrality advocates testified before Congress on the FCC’s dismantling of the 2015 Open Internet Order

Net neutrality advocates testified before House lawmakers yesterday on the FCC’s dismantling of the 2015 Open Internet Order in June.

8 reasons you should buy Fitbit’s $200 smartwatch instead of an Apple Watch

Fitbit newest smartwatch, the Fitbit Versa, is smaller, cheaper, and has a few more features than the Apple Watch.