Apple’s Phil Schiller responds to damning MacBook Pro review

The dark cloud hovering over the MacBook Pro since its release grew larger earlier this week when Consumer Reports delivered a stinging report claiming that the laptop’s battery life was inconsistent. That report resulted in the nonprofit organization’s decision to, for the first time, not give the MacBook Pro its “recommended” ratting. Late Friday, Phil […]

How Snapchat completely dominated 2016

Snapchat’s wrapping up its biggest year ever, and the app—along with the entire social media space—will never be the same again. From major changes to the app itself, to a new advertising platform, to Spectacles, to a company rebrand (hello, Snap!), and an IPO on the horizon, looking back at 2016, it’s clear that Evan […]

Twitter admits to overcharging advertisers

On the heels of several embarrassing metric error disclosures from Facebook, Twitter is taking its own shot at the advertiser apology routine. The social network admitted to a bug in the most recent update to its Android app that caused it to overcharge advertisers throughout much of the past month. Twitter apparently divulged the issue […]