|Original articles from Engadget.|
|Foot Locker Reinvents Itself With App for Streetwear|
It is creating its own incubator called Greenhouse, which has just launched an app that Foot Locker says will feature carefully curated partnerships that are going to "contribute to [its] modern resurgence."
|Toys 'R' Us Launches New Site, Powered by Target|
The Toys "R" Us website is back, with one big difference: Target is powering the revived ToysRUs.com. When you go to complete a purchase on the latter, it redirects you to Target's website to check out.
|You May Soon Be Able to Search Google With a Screenshot |
Google might be about to do pair up two mobile screen-related features, "Edit & Share screenshots" and the AI-powered "What's on my Screen".
|Finally, Print Polaroids From Your Phone|
There's something appealing about physical photos in the age of smartphone cameras. The new Polaroid Lab device lets you do that at home, by converting digital files into classic Polaroid-style film photos.
|DoorDash Gets More Serious on Autonomous Delivery|
The company just acquired Scotty Labs, a startup that makes autonomous and remote-controlled vehicle technology.
|Facebook's 'Workplace' Redesign Doesn't Look Like Facebook... or Slack|
For the last few years, the social network has been pushing a version of Facebook called Workplace, which helps employees chat, collaborate and generally get stuff done.
|Apple Had More Privacy Concerns Than They've Admitted|
Six critical security vulnerabilities that were patched in the iOS 12.4 update released earlier this month were originally discovered by security researchers at Google.
|Surprise! More Changes to Facebook's News Feed|
The newest tweaks to the News Feed are to focus on close friends and relevant links. The changes are based on surveys the company conducted over the past year.
|Snapchat's New Filters Recognize Pets and Food|
Ahead of its imminent redesign, Snapchat is rolling out new filters that recognize what's in your snaps to provide contextually-aware graphics.
|Garmin Speak Puts Alexa in Your Car|
You can talk to the voice assistant through it the same way you'd talk to Alexa through an Echo: just say "Alexa" and follow it up with a voice command.
|#WomenBoycottTwitter Protest Spreads |
It's a movement in solidarity with 'victims of hate and harassment Twitter fails to support'