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Which emojis do New Yorkers use more than other U.S. states? How diverse is California’s emoji usage? Do Alaskans dream of emoji fish? Read More
Where you live could impact which emoji you choose to use.SwiftKey, maker of the popular keyboard app for iOS and Android, found the most popular emoji in each state in the U.S.,based on the 1 billion-plus emoji sent by its users who have opted into their cloud service.See also:
Japanese mobile messaging app Line has turned to keyboard apps as it looks to grow its service in the U.S. and other parts of the world outside of Asia. Read More
There’s no question emojis have become wildly popular. But on Instagram, the familiar happy faces, hearts and kissing lips are more than just a cute shorthand. They’re on their way to becoming the dominant, universal form of communication.Read more...
With the rise of smartphones and messaging apps, emoji and stickers have also grown in popularity, and are now a part of our everyday conversations. But the standard set of emoji that come pre-installed on the iPhone can be limiting. Today,
Ever since Apple introduced support for custom keyboards in iOS 8, third-party developers rushed in to fill the void with keyboards that offered an array of features like predictive emoji, easy access to GIFs, swipe-based input, and more. Today,
Introji is a project aiming to bring some much needed emotional nuance to emoji — by crowdsourcing an alternative emoji app for introverts. Read More
⚠️ Warning ⚠️ You may be about to see a lot of gigantic emoji surface across chat apps and other mobile apps you use. That’s because popular keyboard Fleksy launched integrated stickers into its iOS and Android apps. Read More
Last summer, an article on Fast Company asked an important question related to the increasingly popular picture-based character set called emoji, now found on the majority of modern smartphones: are emoji racist? The problem, the post pointed out,
Technology is filled with all kinds of rumors, real and fabricated. It gives us a look at might be and will be. BitStream gathers these rumors all in one place to divine what the future has in store.Read more...
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is far from a perfect film. It defies all laws of time and space and traditional moviemaking by extension, in this ridiculous snow globe of a movie, anything goes.That said, here are 10 of the wildest things about Mamma Mia:
We're not going to sugarcoat it for you: Buying a great carry-on is more difficult than it looks.You want a bag that's lightweight, looks good, and can fit all your stuff. However, it's also important to select a bag that can adapt to your travels. Trust us:
Central Iowa was the scene of a "sudden" tornado outbreak on Thursday, resulting in some breathtaking videos and photos capturing the terror of multiple funnels that spun through the state. SEE ALSO: This super clear video of a nearly perfect tornado is stunningThe town of Bondurant,
Nobody likes forms. Not tax forms, not medical forms, and certainly not website forms. Yet many websites are riddled with them, demanding that the customer devote time and effort to filling them out before getting in touch or making a purchase. This isn’t just bad customer service,
Nest CEO Marwan Fawaz announced this week that he's leaving his post at the helm of the Google-owned smart home company and moving into an advisory role. This is a move in the right direction for Nest customers and the smart-home space in general.
In today's edition of things no one asked for: Dunkin' Donuts is releasing a new coffee-inspired beer this fall.The coffee chain is collaborating with another Boston favorite, Harpoon Brewery, to create the new brew.Strangely, this isn't Dunkin Donuts' first foray into beer.
Emoji have conquered the world, no doubt, but what happens after the conquest?The answer: Things change. Emoji are constantly evolving, not only with new symbols that arrive on our smartphone keyboards year after year, but also the symbols themselves. A couple of years ago,
Ford is changing the focus its self-driving car platform as early as next year. The company says it now plans to focus on features beyond just enabling a computer system to drive from point A to B.SEE ALSO:
This is a perfect example of always applying sunscreen at ALL times. Cade Huckabay gave us all that reminder in a very special tweet Monday. He shared pictures with got a serious sunburn and discovered his head was so swollen he can make a dent in his head. No big deal or anything. SEE ALSO:
Television giveth and television taketh away; where there may be hardy laughs one week, there may be utter devastation the next. But it's okay – sometimes we need a good cathartic cry over fictional characters to keep us sane out in the real world (which hasn't exactly had a banner year).
一、从MvcHandler开始(不要觉得是代码，让你看懂才是最重要的）using Microsoft.Web.Infrastructure.DynamicValidationHelper;using System;using System.Collections.Generic;using Syst...
If you've been waiting for an excuse to buy your own 3D printer, here you go: A refurbished Makerbot 2 for $1200. That's $1000 less than retail for a new one, and a fantastic entry price for the most popular consumer 3D printer around. [Refurb Makerbot 2, $1200]Read more...
Ars Technica takes a look at the next generation of TrackingPoint's automatically aimed rifles (not "automatic" in the usual sense), and visited the shooting range where they're tested out. Like the company's previous generation of gun (still in production,
早前我们就曾报道过微软将会在美国时间8月12日向Windows 8.1用户推送一次更新，为这款操作系统带来一些 […]
Curved screens may be a fad, but they clearly haven't peaked yet. Hot on the heels of Samsung's curved all-in-one PC comes a pair of curved monitors from LG, and each has something special about it.The curved 34-inch UltraWide monitor (model 34UC97) is a big one: The screen has an ultra-wide 21: