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Past articles by Aisha:

Meta launches a Threads beta program for Android users

Meta is launching a Threads beta program for Android, an engineer for the company announced on Friday. → Read More

Google Calendar now lets users specify where they’re working from throughout the day

Google Calendar now gives users the option to specify where they’re working from for specific portions of the day. → Read More

Twitter threatens to sue Meta over its new Threads app

Twitter is threatening to sue Meta over its new Threads app less than 24 hours after it launched, as first reported by Semafor. → Read More

TikTok launches a music streaming service in Brazil and Indonesia called ‘TikTok Music’

TikTok is already a popular tool for discovering music, and oftentimes can lead to songs rising in popularity after they’re used in viral videos and trends. → Read More

Instagram head says a Threads 'Following' feed is 'on the list' of upcoming features

The Threads app is pretty similar to Twitter, but it's missing a key feature: a feed that only includes posts from people you follow. → Read More

Netflix adds 'Insecure' as more HBO shows, including 'Six Feet Under,' are on the way

Comedy-drama TV series "Insecure" is the first HBO title heading to Netflix, with more on the way. → Read More

Apple’s market cap hits $3 trillion once again

Apple’s market cap hit $3 trillion, as its shares rose 1% to a new high and passed the $190.73 price required to reach the milestone. → Read More

TikTok parent ByteDance launches music creation and audio editing app in closed beta in the US

TikTok's parent company ByteDance announced today that it's launching a new, free-to-use music production app in closed beta in the US. → Read More

Snapchat+ reaches 4 million paid subscribers since launching a year ago

Snapchat announced today that it's Snapchat+ subscription service has reached 4 million paid subscribers in its first year since launching. → Read More

DoorDash introduces a slew of new features, including an ‘Earn by Time’ option for delivery people

DoorDash is introducing a series of new features for users and delivery people on its platform, the company announced on Wednesday. → Read More

Apple uploads entire first episode of 'Silo' on Twitter ahead of season finale

Apple has uploaded the entire first episode of its sci-fi dystopian TV show "Silo" on Twitter, allowing anyone to view it for free. → Read More

Apple Arcade is adding Stardew Valley, Ridiculous Fishing and more in July

Apple Arcade is a getting a trio of notable indie games in July, including Stardew Valley, Slay the Spire and Ridiculous Fishing. → Read More

TikTok's new monetization feature invites creators to make video ads for a chance to earn money

The company is launching a new monetization feature that allows creators to submit video ads to brand challenges and earn money. → Read More

TikTok’s Family Pairing tool now gives parents personalized control over the content their teens see

TikTok is bringing its content filtering tool to its Family Pairing offering, which lets parents link their account to their teen’s to enable content and privacy settings. → Read More

Decentralized social networking app Damus to be removed from App Store, will appeal decision

Damus, a decentralized social networking app backed by Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, is being removed from the App Store due to Apple's strict payment rules. → Read More

Telegram is adding Stories next month

Telegram CEO Pavel Durov announced today that the messaging app is adding Stories in early July. → Read More

Meta to pull news from Facebook and Instagram in Canada

Meta plans to end access to news on Facebook and Instagram in Canada in response to legislation that would require internet giants to pay news publishers. → Read More

YouTube’s updated guidelines require channels to disclose if they are fan accounts

YouTube now requires fan channels to make it obvious that they don't represent the company or artist that their account focuses on. → Read More

TikTok looks to challenge Amazon and Shein with new e-commerce initiative

TikTok is testing a new shopping section where it's offering items for sale that are shipped and sold by a subsidiary of its parent company. → Read More

DuckDuckGo's Windows browser is now available in open beta

The browser, which is now in public beta, includes most of the privacy protections featured in the browser's iOS, Mac and Android versions. → Read More