Twitter cracks down on developers making surveillance tools
It doesn't want law enforcement having easy access to your tweets.
Code.gov is the US government's open-source software hub
The site features dozens of projects from 10 different agencies.
Facebook opens up Messenger to ad bots
Users must initiate interactions and can block them at any time, though.
Apple's iOS 10 will transcribe voicemails and show calls made in apps
You'll now see when someone's ringing you from third-party apps in the lockscreen and favorites.
Uber's delivery service just went mainstream
Now, any company can hire Uber as an on-demand courier in SF, Chicago and NYC.
Android apps will know when you need them and open automatically
If we're lucky, weather data on your phone could soon trigger Spotify playing 'I'm only Happy When it Rains.'
New updates aim to make Android Pay a universal payment system
Developers get new tools, we get valuable partnerships.
NVIDIA says it can make VR worlds sound and feel real
Now its physics engine can talk directly to haptic controllers for realistic feedback.