Jordan Peele and Buzzfeed just made a fake Obama video to show how easy it is to fake footage and make famous people do and say what you want
Following a recent report that a gay hookup app violates its users’ HIV data security, Hornet confirms its utmost protection for user information
Ripple, a new cryptocurrency startup, just donated $29 million to public schools, and they’re not the only cryptocurrency helping the world
Queer digital media network Revry is one business coming on board, expanding the token’s reach with its 70 million households worldwide
A new app called AllGo is designed to help people of size know if they’ll fit in the seats on planes, at restaurants and more
At the Chelsea Manning SXSW session this morning, the whistleblower urges people to be aware of mass surveillance by always-on tech… like your phone
The new Manly app is a dating app that lets you update your images with fake tattoos, abs and facial hair so you can start every date with a lie!
It’s hard to picture how an LGBT cryptocurrency coin will manifest itself. What will it do? How could it possibly help you and the greater LGBT community?
Now if you want to take a screenshot of someone’s Instagram Story, they’ll be notified — so if you’re a fervent screenshotter, beware
Despite the 150+ new emojis recently announced by Unicode, there are still 10 essential gay emojis we’re waiting for. Here they are
Twitter and Reddit both recently announced a deepfakes ban to help squash the rise of fake celebrity porn, but the problem is much bigger than they think
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What Is Gay Technology?
We know what you might be thinking; there’s no such thing as gay technology. Although you are correct, technology has no sexuality, the term refers to tech that is developed by or specifically for the gay and LGBT community.
A good example of gay technology is Hornet. Hornet is a premier gay social network specifically for gay, bisexual, trans and queer men. With more than 25 million users world wide, Hornet is the most widely used gay social network in the world. For that reason, it’s an excellent example of gay tech.
For more information about gay tech, browse our collection of articles about technology and the community. From Tim cook to Christof Wittig, these stories cover the best and brightest in tech designed for or by the queer community. Learn more about tech trends and news from Hornet.