Techie Tuesday: Today’s Trending StoriesBy Megan T. Brown on April 12, 2016
The president talks space exploration and smartphone users speak out for emoji equality. Get the scoop on these and other digital trends in our roundup, and check our tech portal for more of the latest news.
This Is What iPhone Emojis Look Like On Android
What you send and what your friends receive may vary—and it could just be responsible for some major miscommunication.
Nicole Nguyen / BuzzFeed / Emojipedia
Here's what it's like to shoot with a brand-new $26,000 camera
See what you can expect from your shots when you drop a pretty penny on this Hasselblad camera.
Rafi Letzter/Tech Insider
President Obama Explains Scott Kelly's Year In Space
This week, President Obama guest hosted Science Channel's DNews. In this clip, he breaks down astronaut Scott Kelly's space mission.
For sale: A Lamborghini Countach for the open seas
It's much more stylish than a Jet Ski. Act fast, and you can snag this amphibious Lamborghini for around $27,000 on eBay UK.
Facebook Messenger updated with two new features
Video chat heads and Dropbox support are the latest additions to Facebook's Messenger app as the company tries to knock out the chat competition.
The Times of India
Mark Zuckerberg attacks Donald Trump in speech about Facebook’s future
Facebook's CEO describes America's culture of fear as opposition to the company's goal to "connect the world."
Autism Glass Takes Top Student Health Tech Prize
Using Google Glass, the learning aid assists autistic children in identifying facial cues in a daily life setting.
Stanford University via Scientific American
Thanks to SpaceX, the ISS now has all six of its docking ports filled – a new record
An inflatable room delivered to the ISS, a Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM), will be inflated for testing next month.
Apple enjoys sudden YouTube love for Cookie Monster, releases outtakes
Just try to keep from smiling as you watch Cookie Monster express his love for Siri.
Youtube via Cnet
Why artificial intelligence is more important than ever and how it will change our lives
Just what is AI? Artificial intelligence expert Sam Byford explains on this "What's Tech?" podcast.