Instagram now demotes vaguely “inappropriate” content

Instagram is home to plenty of scantily-clad models and edgy memes that may start to get fewer views starting today. Now Instagram says “We have begun reducing the spread of posts that are inappropriate but do not go against Instagram’s Community Guidelines”. That means if a post is sexually suggestive, but doesn’t depict a sex […]

KeyMe raises $50 million for AI-powered kiosks that duplicate keys in seconds

Key duplication service KeyMe has raised $50 million in fuding from NYC-based asset manager BlackRock, bringing its total funding north of $150 million.

Your Android phone’s volume key can unlock your Google account

Google just made two-step verification a little easier for Android users. Android phones running 7.0+ Nougat or newer can be used as a physical security key to confirm a user’s identity when logging into a Google account with the Chrome browser. When…

Uber Eats improves order tracking so you can see where your pizza is

Uber Eats is rolling out a redesign and new features to help you track your meal from the second you tap the order button until it’s on your plate or in front of you in the container (no judgment here). Improved tracking will help you monitor the who…

Google’s new AI tools scan documents, take phone calls, and search for products

At Google Cloud Next 2019, Google launched Document Understanding AI and Contact Center AI in beta, plus Vision Product Search in general availability.

Atlassian announces new features for OpsGenie, Confluence, AgileCraft, and more

Today at its Summit Las Vegas conference, Atlassian announced a host of new features heading to products across its portfolio.