The newest version of the photo-editing and cataloging software restores the earlier process for importing photos. Also: support for new cameras and the iPhone 6S.
Technically Incorrect: A photograph of seven women using a selfie stick to take pictures near the site of last week's East Village explosion causes quite a stir. And it's not the only smiling selfie from the scene.
The social network introduces a function that allows users to see less of their former romantic partner, instead of unfriending them.
A feature hidden in a developer version of Twitter's app shows emojis to express more emotions. That feature would add complexity to the service, but also nuance.
The company's artificial intelligence team demos a tool that recognizes facial expressions in photos to tell how a person was feeling.
Technically Incorrect: Microsoft's Project Oxford claims to identify the real emotions behind pictures of faces. So I experimented with it and discovered I'm not who I thought I was.
You might never go in the water again after watching these two videos of divers off the coast of South Africa getting uncomfortably close with great whites. That includes the water in your bathtub.
The home-sharing company apologizes to employees for a marketing campaign that angered San Franciscans, CNET has learned. "You were right to feel this way," CEO Brian Chesky tells disappointed staff.
The social network leader will venture beyond the thumbs-up with a test starting Friday for residents of Ireland and Spain.
Laurene Powell Jobs and other allies of the late Apple co-founder say the latest film portrays him as cruel and inhumane, according to The Wall Street Journal.