The veteran of stage, screen, "Star Trek" and "X-Men" has been cast to voice the most notorious of all emojis. No, not the peach that looks like a butt.
Also on the podcast: ordering food with Amazon's Echo, and emojis in Monopoly.
Commentary: It's all right, world. We survived "The Garbage Pail Kids Movie," we'll get through this one.
A London firm is looking to add an emoticon translator to its stable of linguists. Because, why not?
Tweeting an umbrella emoji to Google will tell you if it will rain. There's also a great response for the peach emoji.
iOS 10.2 originally took away the butt-shaped peach emoji -- but Apple is now proving to be a company that cares.
The UK's best tech podcast covers Samsung's new recalls, why Pidgey parties in Pokemon go are a thing of the past and why we'll miss peachy butts.
The fun of emoji is slowly dying as more icons with new looks leave little to the imagination.
Apple's developer preview of iOS 10.2 showed off the new range of emojis finally coming to iPhone, including the always useful shrug and face palm.
Thanks to a search engine from GoDaddy, anyone with a phone can easily find and register available emoji domains.
These "humble masterpieces of design" were the start of a new visual language, says the museum.
Make your browser great again and grow stronger together by replacing references to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton with adorable poop piles.
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Brian Cooley found it for you at CES 2017 in Las Vegas and the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.