Angela Moscaritolo

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Angela Moscaritolo has been a PCMag reporter since January 2012. 
Instagram Blurs Out 'Sensitive' Photos
Instagram

Instagram Blurs Out 'Sensitive' Photos

The blurry screen will be placed over content that has not violated Instagram's policies, but was reported by someone and confirmed to be 'sensitive' by a member of Instagram's review team.
Google Maps Lets You Share Your Location and Trips in Real Time
Google

Google Maps Lets You Share Your Location and Trips in Real Time

The company expects to start rolling out the feature worldwide to its iOS and Android Maps apps soon.
Google Tweaks Ad Policy After Uproar Over Offensive Content
Google

Google Tweaks Ad Policy After Uproar Over Offensive Content

Google is making good on a promise to more closely monitor advertisements that appear alongside YouTube videos and give brands more control over where their ads appear.
Netflix to Replace 5-Star Ratings With Thumbs Up or Down
Netflix

Netflix to Replace 5-Star Ratings With Thumbs Up or Down

You either liked it or you didn't; no more internal debates over just how much or how little you enjoyed something.
Repel Into an Active Volcano Via Google Street View
Google

Repel Into an Active Volcano Via Google Street View

Thanks to Google, anyone with a computer can explore the remote country of Vanuatu's jungles, black sand beaches and even peer inside an active volcano.
Google Hangouts Gets Slack-Like Update
Google

Google Hangouts Gets Slack-Like Update

Google Hangouts will be split into Hangouts Meet and Chat, the latter of which is a lot like Slack.
There's a Secret Tinder for Models and Rich People
Tinder

There's a Secret Tinder for Models and Rich People

The dating app is reportedly catering to the rich and famous with a new, members-only version of the service dubbed Select.
The More You're on Social Media, the More Isolated You Feel, Study Says
Social Media

The More You're on Social Media, the More Isolated You Feel, Study Says

Researchers found that participants who visited social media services more than two hours a day had twice the odds for 'social isolation' compared to peers who spent less than half an hour.
In About-Face, Uber Will Apply for California Self-Driving Car Permit
Uber

In About-Face, Uber Will Apply for California Self-Driving Car Permit

The ride-hailing app previously argued that it didn't need the $150 permit since humans were present in its autonomous Volvo XC90 SUVs at all times.
Facebook Adds Suicide-Prevention Tools for Live Video
Facebook

Facebook Adds Suicide-Prevention Tools for Live Video

Facebook is also making it easier to connect with crisis support organizations over Messenger.
Ford Wants to Get in on Drone Deliveries, Too
Drones

Ford Wants to Get in on Drone Deliveries, Too

Ford said it plans to have a fully autonomous vehicle ready for package delivery fleets in 2021.
FCC Chairman Pledges to Undo Net Neutrality Rules
FCC

FCC Chairman Pledges to Undo Net Neutrality Rules

'The torch at the FCC has been passed to a new generation,' Ajit Pai said.
Female Engineer Sues Tesla Over Sexist Culture
Tesla

Female Engineer Sues Tesla Over Sexist Culture

News of the lawsuit follows allegations of sexism and sexual harassment at Uber.
Mozilla Buys Bookmarking App Pocket
Mozilla

Mozilla Buys Bookmarking App Pocket

Pocket will operate as a Mozilla subsidiary, alongside Firefox.
Google.org Donates $11.5 Million to Fight for Racial Justice
Google

Google.org Donates $11.5 Million to Fight for Racial Justice

The funds will go to 10 organizations working to foster racial, social and criminal justice.