They include new camera filters like masks and other animations, plus messages that eventually disappear.
At the rate things are going, surfing the net from a regular old computer may soon be a thing of the past.
From a working Pac-Man game to a spinning carousel, the mechanical engineers at JPL carved pumpkins that put our cute cat faces to shame.
Sound Bites: Amy Schumer enrages the BeyHive, Drake releases two new singles, and Spotify stays free.
The move follows Amazon's expansion into India in July.
From the Cheapskate: You can barely buy a venti latte for $5, and yet I've got four sweet deals for that or less.
Social Cues: The tech company's new Touch Bar tech nearly overshadows Halloween on Facebook and Twitter.
Apple followed Microsoft in kicking off a big presentation with a video showing how it's making its products accessible to folks with disabilities.
Mozilla hopes to speed up its browser so much by the end of 2017 that today's complex, interactive websites will feel completely different.
The adult megasite offers to save the microvideo platform and restore it to its "NSFW glory."
The e-tailer's weaker earnings highlight the dilemma it faces with a capped $99 annual fee. But it's looking to boost subscriptions elsewhere.
It's oddly satisfying to watch this video of a Lego helicopter and truck melting at the hands of a gas torch.
How the MacBook Pro's Touch Bar works
The MacBook Pro now has a digital function bar that's actually a dynamic screen. Here's how it works.