We also talk about Hillary Clinton's big selfie moment and where to watch the presidential debate.
The company behind the popular messaging app is making sunglasses with a camera for taking and sharing point-of-view video.
There are multiple ways to tune in to tonight's presidential debate. Here's what you need to know.
Technically Incorrect: Posted on Twitter by the design lead for Hillary for America, this will surely be one of the iconic images of our age.
Social Cues: Even National Pancake Day couldn't top Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's faceoff on social media.
The search engine giant wants to get you set up to get to the ballot box.
Technically Incorrect: Some animals realize that gadgets can be defeated. Quite easily, as this delightful YouTube video shows.
Technically Incorrect: It seems impossible to believe. But the pilot of a small race plane had engine trouble. Another plane continues to take off behind him.
Technically Incorrect: The talk show host insists that the only people who want you to buy the new phone are Apple shareholders. He's also appalled by those who stand in the "nerd line."
Technically Incorrect: Seattle's pro baseball team suspends catcher Steve Clevenger for, among other things, calling the group pathetic after the Charlotte protests.
VR's boy genius funneled money toward a shady pro-Trump charity. But he disagrees with The Daily Beast about what he did -- or didn't -- say.
Streaming the debate will be the same on both social networks. The comments? Not so much.
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