Uber Eats’ new group ordering tool could boost its appeal for business lunches

Uber Eats is finally bringing group ordering to its food delivery platform, allowing friends or work colleagues to take individual responsibility for choosing...

Android’s Focus mode could be a game-changer for anyone struggling with constant distractions

Following an extended beta period, Google officially launched a new well-being feature for Android users yesterday, and it could prove a game-changer for...

Google Photos just made it easier to share one-off photos and videos

Google Photos offers various sharing options such as live albums, shared libraries, and shared albums, but what if you want to quickly share...

No kids allowed, for real this time: Instagram will begin enforcing age rules

Instagram will begin asking users for their birthdays in order to enforce legal age restrictions starting today, the company announced. Technically, only people...

Nominate your top tech of the year for Digital Trends’ Readers’ Choice Award

Digital Trends prides itself on the way it tests products, from phones to laptops to video games. We’ve already announced our top product...

From censorship to VCRs, these are the top Reddit posts of 2019

2019 brought more than 199 million posts to Reddit, ranging from the phenomena of bread stapled to trees to the death of internet...

Psh. Google’s top GIFs of 2019 capture all the facial expressions text can’t

Emojis aren’t the only replacement for eye rolls and exasperated expressions when communicating in text. On Tuesday, December 3, Google released the 2019...

TikTok lawsuit claims video app ‘vacuums up’ user data and sends it to China

AFP via Getty ImagesThe massively popular video-based social network TikTok has been accused of illegally transferring user data from the United States to...

Twitter’s new Privacy Center lets you know what’s happening with your data

Twitter says it wants to be more upfront about the way it handles user data, and has launched a new Privacy Center with...