Streaming HBO Max On AT&T Won’t Count Towards Data Cap
Stream video content consumes data, that is a fact. However, it seems that if you’re an AT&T subscriber and you’re also subscribed to HBO Max (which launched late April), it looks like streaming HBO Max on your mobile device won’t actually count towards your data cap, meaning that you’ll essentially be able to stream it unlimited without worrying about it consuming your mobile data allocation.

Amazon Could Be Planning A Summer Sale On June 22
Recent rumors are claiming that Amazon could be delaying its Prime Day event to September. The event typically takes place in the middle of the year, but apparently the company is looking to bring itself back to pre-coronavirus operational levels first before they launch the event, but in the meantime, the company could have another event planned.

Facebook Will Now Let Users Delete Their Posts In Bulk
If you’ve been using Facebook for many years, chances are you might have amassed a bunch of posts dating back several years. Safe to say that many of us have made posts that we might cringe when we look back at them today, but the problem is if you want to delete those posts, you would need to do so one-by-one.

Zoom’s Paying Customers Can Look Forward To Stronger Encryption Features
In the past few months, video calling platform Zoom gained a massive spike in its popularity. Unfortunately for the company, the increase in its popularity placed it under a great deal of scrutiny in which it was quickly discovered that the app had a bunch of privacy and security issues.


Third-Party Amazon Sellers Are Price Gouging By Marking Its Products As ‘Collectibles’
In this coronavirus pandemic where more people are stuck at home for work and school, online shopping has become essential and unsurprisingly, many are flocking to platforms like Amazon to purchase items. This has also unfortunately resulted in some third-party sellers jacking up their prices due to the increased demand.

‘Sign In With Apple’ Flaw Allowed Attackers Unauthorized Access To Linked Third-Party Services
One of the changes Apple introduced to its platforms last year was a new service called “Sign in with Apple”. This is basically a login service where you use your Apple ID to sign up and sign into online services. This is in addition to other login services offered by the likes of Facebook and Google and was created as an alternative sign-in service with an emphasis on privacy.

Sonic The Hedgehog Movie Sequel Has Been Confirmed
When Paramount first released the trailer for the Sonic the Hedgehog movie, it was met with immediate backlash over the design of the character. This was because the character looked nothing like what fans of the video game franchise knew and loved, which led to the movie being delayed while they reworked the design.

Twitter For The Web Rolls Out The Ability To Schedule Your Tweets
The thing with social media is that it is very easy to share your thoughts, especially in the heat of the moment. But words once said can never be taken back, which is why Twitter is now giving users the opportunity to schedule their tweets. This means that if you want to take some time before tweeting, you can write it up first and schedule it for later.

Monkeys Steal Coronavirus Blood Samples In India
As the world becomes more developed, we start to clear areas like forests and jungles to pave way for new developments. As a result, animals lose their homes and start wandering into urban areas, and unfortunately, this can sometimes lead to unintended consequences. Take for example over in India, where a troop of monkeys attacked a medical officer and stole some coronavirus blood samples.

YouTube Music Will Now Let Users Pre-Save Upcoming Albums
Back in the day before the digital age of music, we’re sure that some of you out there used to go to record stores to place a pre-order for an upcoming album release. These days, you can do that pre-ordering online, but what about music streaming? If you’re using YouTube Music, it looks like that’s going to be a feature you can look forward to.

Google Search Has A New Anxiety Self-Assessment Tool
Are you feeling anxious? Do you think it might be a temporary thing or is it something you might have been experiencing for a while? There is no doubt that the current coronavirus pandemic has gotten many of us worried, and the lockdown is surely not helping with our mental health either, but Google wants to help.

YouTube Finally Introduces Video Chapters To Make It Easier To Watch Long Videos
If you’ve ever watched a long-form YouTube video or tutorials, you might notice that in the video’s description, the creator might link timestamps so that users can skip directly to the part of the video that they want to go to. For example, they can skip out on the introduction, or jump to the part of the tutorial that they are interested in.

Google Turns To Augmented Reality To Help With Social Distancing
Last month, Snapchat launched a new lens that used augmented reality to help users get a better idea of how far apart people should stand away from other people with regards to social distancing. The idea is that by standing a certain distance away from others, it reduces the chance of the coronavirus spreading.

Facebook Launches New Voice Calling App CatchUp
Facebook Messenger already allows for voice calls, but it seems that Facebook is testing out a new app called CatchUp that will also allow users to make audio-only calls. So what’s the difference? Why would there be a need for a new and separate app? With CatchUp, there will be one main difference: users can show their availability.