Facebook tells employees they can work from home until July 2021

Facebook employees will be allowed to work from home for nearly one more year due to the coronavirus outbreak, Reuters reported Friday.  A company spokeswoman said...

OnePlus under fire for pre-installing Facebook services that can’t be removed

OnePlus is facing criticism for pre-installing Facebook apps on its newest smartphones—and apparently the bloatware can’t be fully removed.  The apps can be found on the...

Samsung’s new Galaxy Watch3 will raise your fitness game

UPDATE: Aug. 5, 2020, 12:31 p.m. EDT  Samsung has confirmed that the Galaxy Watch 3's electrocardiogram monitor has officially received FDA clearance.   

Twitter is testing a new ‘Quotes’ counter

Twitter might make it easier for users to view quote retweets.  The social network confirmed to The Verge over the weekend that it's testing a new...

10 of the best romantic comedies now streaming on Hulu

There's nothing like a feature-length chance to fall in love.  Whether you're preparing a cozy evening for two, a socially-distanced hang with friends, or a private,...

You win, internet. Iceland’s Eurovision contestant finally covers Netflix’s ‘Eurovision’ novelty hit

If you haven't yet watched Netflix's Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, first of all: What are you doing? Do you hate joy? If...

11 electric SUVs coming for the Tesla Model Y

Tesla's Model Y is currently the hot electric compact SUV. But Ford, Nissan, Mercedes, and other automotive giants are coming for the crossover crown. The latest challenger: Cadillac's first...

Samsung Galaxy Buds Live review: These ‘beans’ pack a punch

To Samsung's credit, the worst thing about the new Galaxy Buds Live is the name. Here at Techskylight, we fell in love with the "Galaxy Beans,"...

Google may have leaked Pixel 5’s launch date

Google's Pixel 5 might be coming on Oct. 8.  This is according to a blog post on Google France (via 9to5Google), which plainly said that Google...

Trump administration wants ‘untrusted’ Chinese apps removed from U.S. stores

The Trump administration’s push to ban TikTok may eventually extend to numerous Chinese-developed apps. “We want to see untrusted Chinese apps removed from U.S. app stores," Secretary of State...