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When it comes to your iPhone wallpaper, it's all about the aesthetics.
Creators can charge $4, $6 or $10 a month for exclusive content.
Apple's latest software update lets your imagination go wild, but making a digital space your own goes way back.
Why Tumbler has remained a safe haven amid internet ugliness, how Girls Who Code's mission goes far beyond coding, and never mind 5G; it's Wi-Fi 6 that'll rock your world.
Its meager price tag doesn't reflect its value for many users.
Today's major tech stories include the announcement of the third generation of Snapchat Spectacles, Verizon's sale of Tumblr and a report that Facebook has halted the third-party transcription of Messenger audio calls.
The sale price is reportedly much less than the $1.1 billion Yahoo paid for Tumblr in 2013.
The web version of Google Keep is also getting dark mode.
Pornhub might toss its digital hat into the ring.
"Alexa, play the new Taylor Swift!"
Over 30 days, Tumblr saw a 17 percent decline in views, according to an analytics report.
As users join the #TumblrProtest, the site's ban on "female-presenting nipples" comes in for special criticism.