Imagine stepping into the break room in the office and instead of making yourself coffee and complaining about work, you put on a virtual reality headset and listen to the voice of a therapist.
Messenger Kids, Facebook's first messaging app for children, has drawn mixed reactions. Some think the app gives parents enough control, but others fret about privacy and cyberbullying.
At the beginning of 2017 you could have been forgiven for thinking that smartphone innovation had died, with most phones looking the same and doing the same things as the year before.
How do you prevent authorities or malicious actors from snooping through your laptop or other belongings when you're not around? With an app that lets you spy back on the spies, says Edward Snowden.
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